Marty Callaghan’s Synopsis: Aside from the Dardanelles/Gallipoli campaigns, the in depth fight operations within the Center East throughout World Battle I’ve been largely neglected in documentary packages. Given the historic significance of the Ottoman Empire’s demise in 1918, and the continuing significance of Center Jap oil reserves to Western economies, a detailed research of this battle offers two vital classes: 1. The Treaty of Versailles, agreed to by the Western Powers in 1919, paved the best way for navy and political chaos within the Center East, which continues to this very day. 2. Oil reserves within the Center East turned an vital strategic concern for Western Powers, serving to to justify their financial, diplomatic and navy interference within the area. After the tip of World Battle I, a lot of the Ottoman Empire was carved up into “spheres of affect”, managed largely by the British and French… (2006)


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