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by Haluk (trans Amy Spangler). Oral

eBook GALLIPOLI 1915: THROUGH TURKISH EYES. download ISBN: 9944882178
Author: Haluk (trans Amy Spangler). Oral
Publisher: Turkiye Bankasi (2007)
Language: Turkish
ePub: 1989 kb
Fb2: 1428 kb
Rating: 4.2
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Personal Name: Oral, Haluk, 1957-. Uniform Title: Ar?burnu 1915. Biographical or Historical Data: In English; some documents in Ottoman Turkish with their transcription in Modern Turkish Latin alphabet. Geographic Name: Gallipoli Peninsula (Turkey) History, Military.

Home Oral, Haluk Gallipoli 1915: Through Turkish Eyes. This book is the product of Haluk Oral's passionate quest of some twenty years, during which he fastidiously collected the documents, objects and recollections you will read about herein. It is not a typical study of war or war history. Gallipoli 1915: Through Turkish Eyes. ISBN 10: 9944882178, ISBN 13: 9789944882170. At the heart of this work are the 'human landscapes' of the Battle of Arıburnu, one of the most critical clashes of the Gallipoli Campaign.

GALLIPOLI! It was a lunacy that never had the chance to succeed, an idiocy generated by muddled thinking.

The Gallipoli campaign, also known as the Dardanelles campaign, the Battle of Gallipoli or the Battle of Çanakkale (Turkish: Çanakkale Savaşı), was a campaign of the First World War that took place on the Gallipoli peninsula (Gelibolu in modern Turke.

The Gallipoli campaign, also known as the Dardanelles campaign, the Battle of Gallipoli or the Battle of Çanakkale (Turkish: Çanakkale Savaşı), was a campaign of the First World War that took place on the Gallipoli peninsula (Gelibolu in modern Turkey), from 17 February 1915 to 9 January 1916. The Entente powers, Britain, France and the Russian Empire, sought to weaken the Ottoman Empire, one of the Central Powers, by taking control of the straits that provided a supply route to Russia. All rights are reserved by their owners. Download book Gallipoli 1915 : through Turkish eyes, Haluk Oral ; translated by Amy Spangler.

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This book is the product of Haluk Oral´s passionate quest of some twenty years, during which he fastidiously collected the . Gallipoli 1915 Kitabı Bahçeşehir Üniversitesi Yayınları tarafından İngilizce olarak hazırlanmıştır.

This book is the product of Haluk Oral´s passionate quest of some twenty years, during which he fastidiously collected the documents, objects and recollections you will read about herein. At the heart of this work are the ´human landscapes´ of the Battle of Arıburnu, one of the most critical clashes of the Gallipoli Campaign. Kitabın önsözünde Atatürk ün (aşağıdaki sözleri) Anzak kuvvetlerinin askerlerinin annelerine söylediği sözler yer almaktadır. Kitabın genelinde Çanakkale Savaşında yaşanan gerçek olaylar kaleme alınmıştır.

Comments: (4)
Connorise
A great quality book. Uniquely written as a series of personal stories that explain the events of the Gallipoli Campaign from the Turkish viewpoint. Refreshing and enjoyable read.
Hudora
I have the same problem as Jennifer Gill: I tried to order this from Amazon (I'm a Canadian trying to have it sent to America) but could not do so. Apparently the author/publisher is not shipping it: "shipment of the following order has not been confirmed by the seller within the expected timeframe", says Amazon, so they have cancelled the order.

My first cheeky thought: perhaps the Turks outsourced their customer service to old-school British stores, where the desire to buy something was often seen as the grossest affront to merchant.
fire dancer
Having read about Gallipoli for many years, and finally visited the battlefields, I was thrilled to find a book that gave the Turkish perspective. Its approach is refreshing; the personal stories balance well with the numerous accounts of the entire campaign already on the bookshelves. I cannot recommend it highly enough.
Atineda
To have this book listed as "For Sale" on Amazon and then, as an Australian, not be able to purchase it seems kind of ludicrous. As an Australian, I would love to be able to read about the history of Gallipoli from the Turkish perspective. ANZAC Day - 25 April - is more hallowed than Christmas or Easter and it's extremely disappointing to not have access to this product and even more disappointing to not have a reason why I'm not permitted to purchase.