1915-14 Counter Attack at Eski Hissarlik
1 May 1915
The Ottoman Turk counter-attack at Eski Hissarlik was an unexpected win for the Allies and would start to set the tone for a very bloody battle.
1915 (Published 06/03/2022)
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- Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eski_Hissarlik
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NEWSPAPERS (all newspapers retrieved from https://newspapers.com)
- (1915, April 29) “Dardanelles. Steady Advance in Gallipoli, Attacks Beaten Off.” Evening Standard and St. James’s Gazette (London, Greater London, England), pp.2.
- (1915, July 7) “Landing in the Dardanelles”. Western Mail (Cardiff, South Glamorgan, Wales), pp. 5 and 7.
- Hamilton, Ian. (1915, July 09) “Heroes All, Vivid Story of Gallipoli Landing told by Sir I. Hamilton, the Beach of Death. A Tornado of Fire. Help of the Navy. Fighting Day and Night.” The Devon and Exeter Daily Gazette (Exeter, Devon, England), pp. 6.
- (1915, April 29) “The Epic Story of the Dardanelles: A General Advantage”, The Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, Merseyside, England), pp. 6.
- (1915, April 29) “Steady Advance in the Dardanelles: Turks’ Novel Defenses”, The Derby Daily Telegraph (Derby, Derbyshire, England), pp 4.
- Hamilton, Ian (1915, July 07) “Sir Ian Hamilton’s Story of Heroism of Our Troops: How Lancanshire Fusiliers Hacked Their Way Through.” Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser, pp 5.
- (1915, July 07) “The First Landings in Gallipoli: The Fierce Turkish Resistance.” The Guardian (London, Greater London, England) pp 8.
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- Rawling, Bill. Surviving Trench Warfare. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1992.
- The taking of Neuve-Chapelle (Pas-de-Calais) by the British, 10 March 1915. Oil on canvas by Jean-Jacques Berne-Bellecour (1874-1939), 1916. National Army Museum. NAM 2002-07-357
- My Beloved Country, performed by The Volnitza Ensemble. – Imperial Russian Song circa WWI.
- The Heart of Oak, performed by the Royal Navy – The official march of the Royal Navy of the United Kingdom
- Heia safari (Wie Oft Sind Wir Geschritten), performed by Montanara Chor, Hermann Josef Dahmen
- Walter B. Rogers, Edward T. King & Victor Military Band. 1914 La Brabançonne. Victor, Camden, New Jersey. Audio Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/jukebox.94/.
- Edward T. King, Emil Keneke, and Victor Military Band. Deutsch-Oesterreichisches militär potpourri. Victor, Camden, New Jersey, 1915. Audio. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, http://www.loc.gov/item/jukebox.1993.
- La Madelon, performed by Amparito Farrar written in 1918 and retrieved from Archive.org on 3-10-18 https://archive.org/details/AmparitoFarrar
- Till the Boys Come Home, Stanley Kirkby
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