Port in European Turkey, giving its name to the peninsula (ancient name Chersonesus) on which it stands. In World War I, at the instigation of Winston Churchill, an unsuccessful attempt was made...
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seaport and town, European Turkey. It lies on a narrow peninsula where the Dardanelles opens into the Sea of Marmara, 126 miles (203 km) ...
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==Synopsis== Through the use of surviving diaries, letters and photographs from both sides, the film shows the bravery and the suffering on both sides. The film also contains: interviews with international experts, location landscape, underwater and aerial photography, 3-D computer animations and re-enactments of trenches. ==Hom
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The Gallipoli was a Japanese-built Italian gunboat of 310 tons displacement launched in 1911 as the Hakata Maru and acquired by the Italian government in 1917. The Gallipoli had a top speed of 10 knots, carried a complement of 24 and was armed with two 3-inch anti-aircraft guns.
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Gallipoli is a peninsula in northwestern Turkey, the site of the Gallipoli Campaign (sometimes called the Battle of Gallipoli) in World War I. Gallipoli may also refer to: == See also == ...
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Gallipoli provides a faithful portrayal of life in Australia in the 1910s—reminiscent of Weir`s 1975 film Picnic at Hanging Rock set in 1900—and captures the ideals and character of the Australians who joined up to fight, as well as the conditions they endured on the battlefield. It does, however, modify events for dramatic
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The Gallipoli peninsula (i; Gelibolu Yarımadası; Καλλίπολη) is located in Turkish Thrace (or East Thrace), the European part of Turkey, with the Aegean Sea to the west and the Dardanelles straits to the east. Gallipoli derives its name from the Greek "Καλλίπολις" (Kallipolis), meaning "Beautiful City". In antiquity, it was...
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Gallipoli (gulip'ulē) or Gelibolu (gelē'bōlOO") , city (1990 pop. 18,670), W Turkey, a port at the east end of the Dardanelles, near the neck of the Gallipoli Peninsula. It has long been a strategic point in the defense of Istanbul (Constantinople) and has numerous hist...
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Port in European Turkey, giving its name to the peninsula (ancient name Chersonesus) on which it stands. In World War I, at the instigation of Winston Churchill, an unsuccessful attempt was made between February 1915 and...
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