Turks gathered to mark 100 years since the victory of the Battle of Dumlupinar, which liberated the country from the occupation of the allied forces at the conclusion of World War I.
Travellers from Australia and New Zealand joined Turkish and other nations’ dignitaries at the former World War I battlefields at Gallipoli to remember troops killed during the war.
Neriman Simsek Mihladiz has written three memoirs based on her grandfather Omer Harmanda’s life.
The inauguration of the 1915 Canakkale Bridge coincides with the 107th anniversary of Ottoman forces' naval victory against British and French troops in the Gallipoli campaign during World War I.
The firebrand far-right candidate was provided his platform by a multi-billionaire media mogul – but it had some strings attached.
While France’s silence on its colonial role in Algeria may work domestically, the future of European and North African relations is closely impacted by Paris’s silence.
The great war shook the world, reshaped continents and paved the way for new world order. Here's how it all began.
In World War I, the Allied Forces encountered strong and courageous resistance from the Turks when they landed on the shores of the Gallipoli peninsula. Tens of thousands of Europeans, Australians and New Zealanders died in fighting.
More than 100,000 African and ethnic minority soldiers, who died fighting for the British Empire in World War I, had not been properly commemorated due to "pervasive racism," a report finds.
At least 100,000 Muslims died serving France during World War I. It's important to commemorate their sacrifices, especially when the country is gripped by anti-Muslim prejudice.
The Middle East is beset by division and conflict, and the path forward is to play to its strengths.
Attempts at building nation-states after the end of World War I have done little more than raise the foundations for a vicious cycle of conflicts in former Ottoman Empire territories.
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