German built Turko-German Light Cruiser, the Breslau, during World War I in Dardanelles, Turkey.
British troops disembark during World War I at Sedd el Bahr, Cape Helles, in the Dardanelles, Turkey. Soldiers sit and stand in ship and at piers. Soldiers lay a narrow gauge rail track from beach. A steam roller stands nearby the laid track and soldiers stand around. A small car is moved on tracks.
A fleet of warships seen off the coast of Austria-Hungary during World War I. Italian Navy flag waves on an Italian naval ship. Destroyer warships conceal troop ships behind smoke screens to prevent attack by German submarines. Italian sailors release depth charges targeting German submarines along the Austria-Hungary coast (or Austro-Hungarian coast). Underwater explosion boils to surface. Italian navy sailors aboard warships fire on coastal cities and villages of Austrian empire. View of many large naval guns in action, and bombing and destruction of Austro-Hungarian coastal buildings. Close up view of a French naval warship during rendezvous with British warships heading for the Dardanelles (also called Hellespont) for the Gallipoli Campaign or Dardanelles Campaign. Torpedo boat destroyers with the fleet sight a German submarine and begin firing deck guns and dropping depth charges. View of K Gun depth charge projectors shooting depth charge from French destroyer into ocean at a target U boat. British and French forces shelling Turkish defenses in the Dardanelles along the Gallipoli peninsula . Close-up views of French crews preparing guns, loading shells into naval guns, firing, and quickly reloading to repeat while the British forces are attempting to land troops for battle.
Warship in the Dardanelles, Turkey. The Turkish battle cruiser Yavuz. The Turkish fort at Hellespont. Several small working boats with dark sails. Several fast moving cutters underway in U.S. coastal waters.
Allied war ship entering the Dardanelles immediately after end of World War 1. Views of the Fort of Sedul-Bahr which had been pounded by British long range guns. French General Louis Franchet D'Esperey landing at shore and reviewing formation of Turkish troops at Constantinople. The Turkish battleship, Yavuz Sultan Selim (formerly German SMS Goeben) tied up at a dock. She displays the Turkish flag.
Turkish leader Sultan Vahideddin (Mehmed VI) leaves palace in Constantinople via horse-drawn carriage. Turkish leader Enver Pasha shares open car with Kaiser Wilhelm II during Pasha's visit to Germany in March, 1915. Huge parade and assembly in Constantinople, Turkey, as it mobilizes in World War 1. Scene of German Field Marshal Paul von Hindenburg, posing with his staff officers in World War I era.