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Interactive video lesson plan for: The Gallipoli Campaign (1915)

Activity overview:

The Allied powers were considering opening a new front.

In January 1915, Grand Duke Nicholas of Russia had appealed to Britain for assistance against the Ottoman Empire who were on the side of the Central Powers and had invaded the Caucasus.

A naval expedition was launched by the Allies to capture the Dardanelles Straits a passage that connected the Aegean Sea to the Sea of Marmara in northwestern Turkey.

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