Why did the Gallipoli campaign fail?

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July 24, 2015

 

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Unfortunately, this battle was a failure due to a number of mistakes occurred by the British, ANZACS (Australian and New Zealand Army Corps), and the French navy. The mistakes lacked intelligence to support the ideas of capturing Gallipoli successfully. The Turks took the control of Dardanelles strait, which was an access route to the Black Sea...
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The mistakes lacked intelligence to support the ideas of capturing Gallipoli successfully. The Turks took the control of Dardanelles strait, which was an access route to the Black Sea. Winston Churchill, the First Lord of the Admiralty, wanted to capture the Dardanelles which then they could easily send supplies and troops to Russia...
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