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.
German built Turko-German Light Cruiser, the Breslau, during World War I in Dardanelles, Turkey.
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.
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.
Turks muster to fight in the Greco-Turkish War, leaving homes and villages, bidding farewell to loved ones and assembling as infantry and cavalry.
Slate refers to "new warriors of Turkey,"suggesting that it reflects changes brought about by Ataturk in the 1920s.
Closeup of Turkish officers posing in dress uniform. They wear caps with unusual insignia, although a soldier seen behind them wears the Fez. A young soldier sits in a tree above and behind them. closeup of an individual officer's moustache. Scene shifts to a group of Turkish cavalry mounted on horses and carrying lances. They wear steel helmets. Several spectators stand behind them.