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  1. ... to this site, it's 4, with an ongoing possibility of a fifth. http://en. wikipedia .org/wiki/Category:Military_coups_in_ Turkey The army has the right to interfere with the government if a current government is...

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  2. ... by the Vikings in 870. http://en. wikipedia .org/wiki/Edmund_the_Martyr St... father was from Cappadocia (now in Turkey ) and his mother was from Lydda (now...

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  3. Taken from wikipedia : The Gallipoli...at Gallipoli peninsula in Turkey from 25 April 1915 to 9...and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC), and...

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  4. ... Army in WW2 (the largest volunteer army in history).Many of these volunteers... Muslims. WW1: Ottoman Turkey was a full ally of the Central ...

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  5. ... Campaign (in Turkey ) and the Salonica campaign (in Greece): http://en. wikipedia .org/wiki/Dardanelles... sent their armies and fleets to attack the...

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  6. ...the world, that says that when Turkey went to war with Russia in 1914, the Turkish army was destroyed, and... Version : http://en. wikipedia .org/wiki/Armenian_...

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  7. ...-Hungary, Serbia, Turkey , Greece. 3. wikipedia .org 4. The Entente (led by...by the war. Also, the Serbian army suddenly crushed the AU and ...

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  8. ... global empires" ( wikipedia ) It was possible because...with a very developed commercial army navy, based on profit and common... companies in Turkey , Russia, and the East...

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  9. ... September 18, 1922, the occupying armies were repelled, and the new Turkish...sovereignty of the newly formed "Republic of Turkey " as the successor state of the Ottoman ...

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  10. ..., and ottomans/ turkey are descendats of rume ones. http://en. wikipedia .org/wiki/Great_Seljuq... allieds could not face ottoman empire army directly so british agents ...

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