Hi, My Name Is Mathew Yeates And I Am Here Writing To You
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Hi, my name is Mathew Yeates and I am here writing to you about the important information you will need before you set out to the war in Gallipoli. This survival guide should include every single aspect you will need to win the war.
The Gallipoli Campaign went from 1915-1916, also known as the Battle of Gallipoli or the Dardanelles Campaign, was an unsuccessful attempt by the Allied Powers to control the sea route from Europe to Russia during World War I. The war began with a failed attack by British and French ships on the Dardanelles straits in 1915 and then continued with a major land invasion, involving French, Australian, New Zealand and British troops.
Events Leading up to the Battle
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Respect: The soldiers should treat other people with respect. Soldiers can show respect for their officers by obeying orders and showing loyalty to their teammates.
Duty: The soldiers should fulfil all tasks and jobs in the best manner possible. They should complete all tasks given with 100% effort.
Bravery: Bravery is one of the most important values. Someone who is brave will do anything. They will put themselves on the line just to make their country proud.
Causes of the Battle
The reason for the Gallipoli Campaign is for the British to be able to capture the Ottoman Empire Capital and also to secure their trading route with Russia. Then with the secure trading route with Russia, British forces would be able to supply Russia with resources and reinforcements. This then would hopefully win the war for the allied nations and stop the German and Austria-Hungary forces on the Western front.
When the soldiers land on the shore at Gallipoli in late spring, the climate will be at its most pleasant. Throughout the year there are extremes in temperatures.
During summer, the temperature soars and it remains that way through the night, preventing us from being able to rest. Although many of the ANZACs have a civilian background working outdoors on farms, therefore, we do not feel too discomforted by the heat. It will be the freezing blizzards and frost that remove us the most from our comfort zone.
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