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Turkish troops receiving the declaration of war at the Mosque of Faith, Constantinople

Mobilization is the act of assembling and making both troops and supplies ready for war.

Officers of the Turkish camel cavalry during a coffee break on their march through Syria in 1915. Place unknown. The Sinai and Palestine Campaign was a secondary theatre of war between the Ottoman Empire and Great Britain during World War I (1915-1918). The Ottoman Empire, as a an ally of the Central Powers, was supported by German (Asia Corps) and Austro-Hungarian troops in Palestine. Photo: Berliner Verlag/Archiv

Coffee Break Officers of the Turkish camel cavalry during a coffee break on their march through Syria in Place unknown. The Sinai and Palestine.

At the beginning of the war European armies had supplied a few types of hand grenades, and several types of bombs dropped from rifles. During the war many types of hand grenades were developed, and...

WWI Reference table The military doctrines of the early advocated a movement  war where infantry would had assaulted, accompanied by modern and light field guns - hydro-pneumatic sh.

Turkish soldiers waiting for the order to attack. Turkish War of Independence.

Turkish soldiers in a trench waiting for the order to attack with fixed bayonets on their rifles while the artillery lays down preparatory fire.

World War One: Alliances in 1917

This map shows the two sides of the world. The central powers were Germany Austria Hungary and Turker, and the allied powers were France Russia Serbia Italy and England. Lots of other countries got involved, because the war needed support

Generalleutnant Otto Liman von Sanders "Pascha" (1855 – 1929) was a German general who served as adviser and military commander for the Ottoman Empire during World War I.

Generalleutnant Otto Liman von Sanders "Pascha" – was a German general who served as adviser and military commander for the Ottoman Empire during World War I.

Sultan Mehmed V was the Sultan of the Ottoman Empire and a Leader in the Central Powers  during WWI

The picture displayed is of Sultan Mehmed V who was the Ottoman Empire leader during World War I. He is one of the Central Power leaders.

[Ottoman Empire] Ottoman Soldiers, Battle of Gallipoli, World War 1, 1915 (Osmanlı Askerleri, Çanakkale Savaşı)

[Ottoman Empire] Ottoman Soldiers, Battle of Gallipoli, World War 1, 1915 (Osmanlı Askerleri, Çanakkale Savaşı)

British soldier, adventurer and author Thomas Edward Lawrence (1888–1935) the “Uncrowned King Of The Arabs” on the Governors Balcony in Jerusalem, 1920. He joined the Arab revolt against the Ottoman Empire during World War I. (Photo by Hulton Archive)

"Lawrence of Arabia": British soldier, adventurer and author Thomas Edward Lawrence the “Uncrowned King Of The Arabs” on the Governors Balcony in Jerusalem, He joined the Arab revolt against the Ottoman Empire during World War I. (Photo by Hulton Archive)

The Ottoman empire lasted for six hundred years and was dismantled at the end of the first world war. This is a map of the empire at the peak of it`s growth. This relates to the middle east because it`s capital was located in modern day Istanbul in Turkey. History

Historical Map of the Ottoman Empire - a Muslim Empire that lasted from 1299 to 1922 and controlled Southeast Europe, Southwest Asia, and North Africa.

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