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Able Seaman William Edward Knowles became one of the first New Zealanders to be killed as a result of enemy action during the First World War.
Able Seaman William Edward Knowles was one of the first New Zealanders to die as a result of combat in the First World War.
Hugh Reilly was the first New Zealander to see action in the air during the First World War.
Twenty-five New Zealanders were taken prisoner by the Ottomans during the Gallipoli campaign; 22 during the Sari Bair Offensive alone
Mustafa Kemal (later Atatürk) was the commander of the Ottoman 19th Division at Gallipoli on 25 April 1915. He became the first president of the Republic of Turkey in 1923.
Map showing military movements and battle sites in the Palestine campaign of 1917-18
Map showing troop movements and battle sites during Sinai campaign of 1916-17
Map showing Ottoman defences of the Dardanelles and Allied invasion of Gallipoli, Mar-Apr 1915
Map showing the main New Zealand Expeditionary Force camps and areas of activity in Egypt during the First World War
Map showing the Ottoman Empire at the start of the First World War.
A Bulgarian officer gives water to a wounded Ottoman soldier during the First Balkan War, 1912.
Cartoon depicting the European 'Great Powers' struggling to stop the Balkan wars boiling over, 1912-1913.
Bulgarian bayonet charge depicted by artist Jaroslav Veshin, 1913.
Generals Mustafa Kemal Atatürk (left)and İsmet İnönü pictured before the Battle of Dumlupinar in August 1922.
The Ottoman Empire's representatives at the signing of the Treaty of Sèvres, 10 August 1920.
Ottoman infantry pass through the city of Aleppo in Syria, circa 1914.
Kurdish cavalry used by the Ottoman Army against Russian forces during the Caucasus campaign.
Turkish visitors pose in front of the memorial to Mustafa Kemal Atatürk at Canakkale, 2009.
Ottoman light artillery in action at Harcira in Palestine, 1917.
Ottoman soldiers, date unknown.

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