The French army at Gallipoli

  title={The French army at Gallipoli},
  author={Matthew Hughes},
  journal={The RUSI Journal},
  pages={64 - 67}
  • M. Hughes
  • Published 1 June 2005
  • History
  • The RUSI Journal

Special feature: extracting geography from cartoons in a war context

This paper reports on the initial stages of research that is investigating the geographical content of cartoons from the First World War, and particularly those cartoons that relate to the Gallipoli

An Investigation of Maps and Cartographic Artefacts of the Gallipoli Campaign 1915: Military, Commercial and Personal

Producing maps and related representations of geography in warfare provides information about the terrain and the positions of troops. They are also used in strategic planning and as operational

The effects of the Gallipoli campaign on Turkish child survivors in Anatolia

The Gallipoli Campaign was one of the hardest fought wars in modern human history. A manmade disaster that occurred exactly 100 years ago on a narrow geographic strip on the Gallipoli peninsula, it

The geography of World War I cartoons: Gallipoli

We have traditionally used maps to provide information about space. We have fashioned a design, development, fabrication and consumption process (and associated procedures) that have enabled



Command and Leadership Styles in the British Army: The 1915 Gallipoli Model

Thinking Department’, which might have brought Hamilton closer to his very belated recognition that indeed ’tactics had swallowed up strategy’. 67 Hamilton and Haig also shared the same

The Ottoman Crisis of May 1915 at Gallipoli

The article first considers the difficulties and potential of researching the Gallipoli/Canakkale campaign in the General Staff archives in Ankara, Turkey. Attention is paid to the Ottoman (Turkish)

Reply to Piccone and Ulmen

One of the risks of slicing the conceptual world differently than is the current fashion is the likelihood of being firmly stuffed into old categories no matter how hard one tries to stay out of

For casualty figures, Carlyon

  • Op. cit., p


  • Op. cit., p. 27. 29. jauffret
  • 1915

Saint-Ramond, 'L'armee d'Orient dans la Grande Guerre: une memoire occultee?', Guerres mondiales et conflits contemporains

  • (Stroud: Tempus,
  • 1998

Avec les combattants de 1915 dans la presqui'ile de gallipoli

  • Revue Historique de I'Armee
  • 1915

jean-Charles jauffret, 'Gallipoli: AFrench Perspective (Part One) " Army Quarterly and Defence journal

  • For casualty figures,
  • 2000

Ottoman Military Effectiveness at Galfipoli in 1915', Journal ofMilitary History, 65, October 200 1, 1004

  • For a full account of the French at Galfipoli, readers should see the excellent chapter by DavId Dutton In Jenny MacLeod (ed.), Reconsidering Galfipoli
  • 2004