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The "Farmer & Settler" map of Gallipoli War area - 1915, showing landing places of the French, British, Australian and New Zealand troops during World War I
Robur tea war map, Turkish Empire ; Robur war map, Gallipoli and the Dardanelles : bird's eye view (1915). Shows British and Allied landings on 25 April 1915 and later; the range of 12 and 15 inch naval guns depicted
The Byzantine Empire used a system of beacons (an optical telegraph) to transmit messages across Asia Minor to Constantinople. The main line of beacons stretched over some 450 miles (720 km). A message could be transmitted the entire length of the line within an hour. #Seshat
ANZAC : topographic map of the Gallipoli Peninsula, Turkey, showing ANZAC (Australian and New Zealand Army Corps) and Turkish posts, trenches, tracks and roads, and approximate landing places (1916). Some names include: Shrapnel Valley ; Valley of Despair ; The Bloody Angle
"Map to illustrate the agreements of 1916 in regard to Asia Minor, Mesopotamia, &c.", such as the Sykes–Picot Agreement to divide the Middle Eastern part of the Ottoman Empire among the European powers after WWI.
Religion in five Ottoman provinces in Anatolia according to the 1520s Ottoman hearth census: 92% Muslim, 7.9% Christian
Map of Gallipoli Peninsula, Turkey showing the dispositions of the Australian forces on 7 August 1915, the day of the attack on The Nek by the 8th and 10th Australian Light Horse Regiments
Graphic map of the Gallipoli campaign, drawn by G.F. Morrell in 1915
Anatolia, 1453; on the eve of Siege of Constantinople.
Muslim Georgian (Mostly), Exile and Migration to Northern Anatolia (Showed as provinces) After 1828-1879 & 1877-1878 Ottoman-Russian Wars. Note: The map has not any political purposes
Smyrne Vilayet (1894) - Today's Izmir
"Gallipoli" (22250757716)
Russian-Ottoman border in Asia Minor in 1878
Map, pictorial of Gallipoli campaign EPH951
The southern Balkans after Treaty of Gallipoli in 1403, where the Ottomans ceded lands to the Byzantines for peace during the Ottoman Interregnum
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boat parts and history
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