Gallipoli: The Turkish Story

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Notes

Introduction
1
Melbourne Age, 18 May 2002.
2
Sydney Morning Herald, 25 May 2002.
3
ibid., 17 May 2002.

Chapter One—A special bond
1
H. Kannengiesser, quoted in North, p. 21.
2
Melbourne Age, 22 September 1983.
3
Melbourne Age, 18 August 1983.
4
Bracks, speech notes, 21 July 2002.
5
Priest, speech notes, 6 June 2002.
6
The Australian, 25 April 2000.
7
Bastiaan, p. 2, Melbourne Age, 19 March 1985.
8
Tunçoku, p. 194.
9
ibid., p. 20.
10
ibid., p. 23.
11
Cumhuriyet newspaper, 16 May 1999.
12
ibid., 18 May 2000.
13
ibid., 16 March 2001.
14
ibid., 5 June 2002.
15
Bas¸ar1n, The Turks in Australia, p. 66.
16
AM radio program, Australian Broadcasting Commission, 17 May 2002.
17
Priest, speech notes, 6 June 2002.
18
Carlyon, ‘The influence of the Gallipoli campaigns on Australia and Turkey’, Union of Australian Friends of Turkey (Victorian Branch) Newsletter, p. 9.
19
Students' travel diary, Upfield Secondary College (Victoria) 1998.
20
Official invitation.
21
Roland, p. 58.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page *
  • Contents vii
  • List of Maps viii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • A Note on Terminology xi
  • Place Names on the Peninsula xiii
  • Pronunciation of the Turkish Alphabet xv
  • Turkish/ottoman History: A Brief Chronology xvi
  • Introduction 1
  • One - A Special Bond 6
  • Two - A Proud Heritage 29
  • Three - Defending the Homeland 49
  • Four - ‘… a Brave and Tenacious Enemy’ 78
  • Five - Honour is Restored 102
  • Six - From Atatürk to Anzac Day 130
  • Postscript: Symbols for Tomorrow? 147
  • Notes 152
  • Bibliography 157
  • Index 161
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