The Gallipoli Campaign failed for many reasons, including the fact that the sea the warships traveled on was heavily guarded by the Turks and the land attack was not well-planned. This was because there were not accurate... More »

The Gallipoli campaign was an attack by England and France against the Ottoman Empire. Soldiers from Australia, New Zealand, India and Canada aided the forces from the United Kingdom, while France's force included troops... More »

The purpose of the Gallipoli Campaign during the First World War was to force open the straits of the Dardanelles. This would enable Britain and France to make a direct attack on Constantinople, the capital of the Ottoma... More »

The Turks won the Battle of Gallipoli against an Allied naval offensive that aimed to seize Constantinople, which is present-day Istanbul. The Battle of Gallipoli is also known as the Gallipoli Campaign, Dardanelles Camp... More »

The United States obtained full control of the Panama Canal in 1903 through the Hay-Bunau-Varilla Treaty with Panama after sending warships to help Panama gain independence from Columbia. The treaty stipulated that, for ... More »

The purpose of the Gallipoli Campaign during the First World War was to force open the straits of the Dardanelles. This would enable Britain and France to make a direct attack on Constantinople, the capital of the Ottoma... More »

The 1915 Gallipoli Campaign failed because British forces were unable to establish control of the Dardanelle Straits. The primary reasons for the defeat were the failed sea and land attacks as the result of faulty intell... More »