34comments Share Tweet Share Pin it Share Stumble Email HomeNational/InternationalGallipoli: Drone video of WWI battlefield – BBC News Gallipoli: Drone video of WWI battlefield – BBC News National/International By admin The BBC News drone was flown over the Gallipoli peninsula to seize the historic websites the place so many died. Friday marks the beginning of commemorations round … source Recommended For You 'Using tools made me feel like a superwoman’ – BBC News admin admin Write For Us Related Posts Maids for Sale: Silicon Valley’s Online Slave Market – BBC News admin Why buying a Home is so Expensive? (BBC Hindi) admin 34 Comments utku hacısalihoğlu SOME SAY YOU STİLL CAN FİND BONES TO THİS DAY Reply August 2, 2019 victor soto Ah, Gallipoli, where British commanders made stupid decisions because they though that being white gave them an advantage over dark-skinned people. Reply August 2, 2019 Abdul Barek Long love Turkey,,,, May Allah protect Turkey,,,,Aameen Reply August 2, 2019 bay muamma Çanakkale Geçilmez! Reply August 2, 2019 Faruk Sancar NEVER AND NEVER WİLL Reply August 2, 2019 frosty pablo Sanai Palestine campaign. Battles of Romani and Beersheba. 190,000 Turk casualties and their surrender. WTF are they on about ? Reply August 2, 2019 frosty pablo 400,000 Turks 400,000 brits. 50,000 aussies. Are the Turks trying to say it took them a year to get rid of 50,000 aussies with half a million men ? Bwaaaa hahahaha ! Reply August 2, 2019 paddy wigglesworth My grandfather was at Gallipoli. God bless them all who lost their lives and for those men who returned home lived with the nightmares forever. Respect to all. Reply August 2, 2019 Rogent X I just got done watching program on Netflix about this campaign. Some pretty horrific living conditions amist brutal fighting. Watching the drone footage, can't help but to wonder how many bodies are still there undiscovered, likely never will be. Reply August 2, 2019 Onur Göktürk you live on the other side of the world wtf are you doing there?! people are crazy. Reply August 2, 2019 ALA Load of shit. Reply August 2, 2019 Bagoo Baloo All muslims are temporary guests on European soil. Reply August 2, 2019 Cavalier Attitude Why do people call them “heroes”? These people were idiots. Worse: they were criminal idiots. As an Australian, I was brainwashed with this Anzac shit all during my youth. It was only when I grew up that I thought: “Hang on. These guys weren’t defending Australia. They weren’t even defending Britain. They were on the other side of the world, attacking people who had never attacked, nor offered to attack Britain, let alone Australia; and even if they had, what chance did Turkey have of attacking Britain? And if the Anzacs had succeeded, they would have destroyed the lives and homes of the people they were attacking.” We need to grow up. We have all been subjected to compulsory brainwashing by the State. How obvious does its criminality have to be, before you will stop blindly worshipping and reverencing it? These scenes should turn your stomach, not inspire mystical reverence and blind devotion for government; that’s what you’re doing every time you talk about these people as heroes. Reply August 2, 2019 Waknik My Great grandfather fought in Gallipoli he used to tell stories to me before he died he was a great man. Reply August 2, 2019 Amber May My great uncle was in the first group to land. After three days of fighting he came down with severe pneumonia. He died on a hospital ship on the way back to Egypt. My grandmother lost many friends to ww1 and it basically gutted the community she grew up in. Everyone lost brothers, fathers and sons and she lost her suitor.I have all of her letters and cards from her friends and family to her (1890's – 1950's) and the difference is noticeable in them. All of the joy and community warmth just disappears after the war. Reply August 2, 2019 Waqas Zafar I am ahmed from pakistan.i love my Turks brothers.specialy about there history.salute to ataturk and ottomans.God bless you turks.you are our proud. Reply August 2, 2019 Kid Mohair and so, it continues Reply August 2, 2019 RW4X4X3006 Turks held the high ground. And back in them days, as a defender, that's all you needed. Reply August 2, 2019 Emrah Sepetci Kutsal toprak . Reply August 2, 2019 Sena We won🇹🇷 Reply August 2, 2019 mahmoud akermi not only the Turkish soldier fight in the ottoman army but also there is a lot of Arabic soldiers and from Bosnia and Albaniasorry for my bad English Reply August 2, 2019 jaguar nation Who else thing turkey should've not ove rourld the wourld Reply August 2, 2019 Joan Ruiz Jacob gallipoli: like the normandy d-day landings, but for more than 6 monthshell indeedat least the views were nice and good mates were everywhere, the only two pros i can think of Reply August 2, 2019 Laurent ReKt axaxaxaxaxaxaxa Reply August 2, 2019 Jack Yus This is the real power of the Ottoman Empire you see. Reply August 2, 2019 Burak Ali Köse We are never give our country… Reply August 2, 2019 baruter89 gallipoli: dont mess with Turks… "if two jews come together, they will establish a company.. if two Turks come together, they will establish a country." so the message: Turks will take back their lands from europe. Reply August 2, 2019 Shaheen Nawaz gallipoli campaign is my favourite study in the history of world war I. want to visit gallipoli. my tribute to all the heroes of gallipoli who died on there. turks, british, anzac, indian etc. my tribute to the great worrior kamal ataturk who lead the turks to a glorious victory. Reply August 2, 2019 Greatest Turk Men, I am not ordering you to attack. I am ordering you to die. In the time that it takes us to die, other forces and commanders can come and take our place. Reply August 2, 2019 Greatest Turk Those heroes that shed their blood and lost their lives… You are now lying in the soil of a friendly country. Therefore rest in peace. There is no difference between the Johnnies and the Mehmets to us where they lie side by side here in this country of ours. You, the mothers who sent their sons from faraway countries, wipe away your tears; your sons are now lying in our bosom and are in peace. After having lost their lives on this land they have become our sons as well. Reply August 2, 2019 Nejat ROSS CALİK This is great success for turkish history .. They had just believe and won.. Reply August 2, 2019 John Simpson Kirkpatrick Historian Amazing video! It looks so beautiful, yet 100 years ago it was a place of carnage. Reply August 2, 2019 AlrightPC They should have had greater intelligence to inform them of the excellent defensive positions the Ottoman's held and used to devastate the Allies. Attacking those mountains and ridges must have been an absolute nightmare. Good machine gun positions and artillery batteries on those hills could waste the Allies all day. Calling it the "Soft underbelly of Europe" was a mistake, it was much more like the tight, impenetrable anus of Europe. Reply August 2, 2019 Frogman Smith The arrogant British, as usual tried to destroy a people not wanting to fight. They, along with so many allies got decimated. Never underestimate the Turkish people or any people. You head might be handed to you! Reply August 2, 2019 Reply Cancel reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.