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British and Turkish lines of communication prior to Allenby's attack on Gaza, Oct. 1917

British and Turkish lines of communication prior to Allenby's attack on Gaza, Oct. 1917

Ottoman and German chaps with the British tank they knocked out when it attacked #Gaza in #WW1

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Ottoman and German chaps with the British tank they knocked out when it attacked #Gaza in #WW1

British troops march through a town in Mesopotamia en route to Baghdad 1917 Baghdad was captured in 1917 from the Turkish Army

British troops march through a town in Mesopotamia en route to Baghdad 1917 Baghdad was captured in 1917 from the Turkish Army

1917 World War I - English dead near Zonnebeke, Belgium durning the Battle of Passchendaele (Third Battle of Ypres).

1917 World War I - English dead near Zonnebeke, Belgium durning the Battle of Passchendaele (Third Battle of Ypres).

A Joan of Arc in the British Lines at Loos - Stanley L. Wood for The War Illustrated, December 4, 1915

A Joan of Arc in the British Lines at Loos - Stanley L. Wood for The War Illustrated, December 4, 1915

By the end of 1917 victory was in sight in Mesopotamia and the Turks were finally beaten by a crushing defeat at Khan Bagdadi on March 27, 1918. The British success was greatly helped by the increased use of armoured cars, one of which can be seen in the top photograph after rounding up Turkish and Arab prisoners. | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

By the end of 1917 victory was in sight in Mesopotamia and the Turks were finally beaten by a crushing defeat at Khan Bagdadi on March 27, 1918. The British success was greatly helped by the increased use of armoured cars, one of which can be seen in the top photograph after rounding up Turkish and Arab prisoners. | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

A group of British sailors posing with old guns at a Turkish dockyard in occupied Istanbul, WWI

A group of British sailors posing with old guns at a Turkish dockyard in occupied Istanbul, WWI

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