Turkish war of Independence

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Ottoman Infantry in its first temporary defensive position following Allied landings on the Dardanelles; Gallipoli Campaign (1915-16) Turkic Languages, Semitic Languages, Gallipoli Campaign, Turkish Soldiers, Dna Genealogy, Blue Green Eyes, Lest We Forget, Ottoman Empire, World War I

Ottoman Infantry in its first temporary defensive position following Allied landings on the Dardanelles; Gallipoli Campaign (1915-16)

Ottoman Field Marshall Ömer Neşhet Paşa in yr. during the Ottoman Turkish -Greek war of Turkish Soldiers, Turkish Army, Turkish War Of Independence, Greece History, Ottoman Turks, Historical Art, Ottoman Empire, 14th Century, World War I

[Ottoman Empire] Neşat Pasha in Thessaly, Greece (Ottoman-Greek War), 1897 (Yunan Harbi, Teselya'da Neşat Paşa, Yunanistan, 1897)

An original image showing Ottoman soldiers firing a handcrafted rotating anti-air gun they made with a cartwheel during the Gallipoli Campaign Turkish Soldiers, Turkish Army, Turkish War Of Independence, Gallipoli Campaign, Battlefield One, Contemporary History, Air Raid, Military Weapons, Ottoman Empire

MUHAMMED İKBAL 🟢 🇹🇷🗨 on Twitter

“Filistin Cephesinde, İngiliz uçaklarına karşı konumlandırılmış Maxim makinalı tüfeğinin başındaki Osmanlı askerleri..”

Top 10 Fascinating Facts About Turkey - Listverse Turkish War Of Independence, Independence War, Turkish Soldiers, Turkish Army, Turkey Facts, Sunday Photos, How To Create Infographics, Ottoman Empire, Military Art

Turkish infantryman during the War of Independence - Türk Kurtuluş Savaşı - Vikipedi-Türk piyadeler

From the heights above the Gallipoli-beaches the Turks have a open field of fire. Below them the allied troops. For the Turks the battle sometimes looked like a shooting-match. (Picture made by a German war-photographer, Gallipoli, World War One, First World, Martyrs' Day, Gallipoli Campaign, Ww1 Art, Turkish Soldiers, Last Battle, Flanders Field, The Turk

WW1photohistory on Instagram: “From the heights above the Gallipoli-beaches the Turks had an open field of fire. For them it sometimes looked like a shooting-match.…”

426 Likes, 0 Comments - WW1photohistory (@ww1fotohistory) on Instagram: “From the heights above the Gallipoli-beaches the Turks had an open field of fire. For them it…”