Gelibolu


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Gelibolu

(ɡɛˈlibɔlu)
n
(Placename) the Turkish name for Gallipoli
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Ornegin Auburn Gelibolu Camisi, bir yandan Turkiye'den Sydney'e Diyanet araciligiyla aktarilan surekli bilgi akisina sahne olurken, diger yandan da Avustralya devlet kurumlarinin cok kulturluluk politikasindan etkilenmektedir.
Tissue samples were taken from 79 pure the TGC that were raised in the villages of Gelibolu and Evrese Districts of Canakkale Province and the villages of Ipsala and Enez Districts of Edirne Provinces and then, the samples were taken to Kesan Slaughter House to be used as research material in addition to the blood samples of 51 pure TGC within the ex-situ protection program from Animal Breeding Research Station of Bandirma.
1950 Canakkale Canakkale Gelibolu Balik Avcilari Istihsal Kredi, Isletme ve Satis Kooperatifi 21.
Tertiary geology and hydrocarbon potential of the Biga and Gelibolu Peninsulas.
If the defenders of Armenian allegations still prefer to leave aside all these, at least, there should be some justice for 300,000 heroic Turkish martyrs of Gelibolu (Gallipoli) who had to leave their mothers, spouses and daughters behind and vulnerable, just for the noble cause of defending the homeland against colonial occupation forces in 1915 and whose sacrifices gave the Turkish people the chance to create today's Republic of Turkey from the ashes of an empire.
By which name is the World War One battle site of Gelibolu better known?
It is being escorted by the Turkish warship Gelibolu.
Both March 18th Naval Victory and the Gelibolu (Gallipoli) land victories restored the Turkish Army's prestige in the world and constituted a milestone in Turkish nation's struggle for independence.
The ships-TCG Barbaros, TCG Gemlik and TCG Gelibolu, along with a logistic vessel TCG Gungor, are part of the ongoing counter-piracy operations in the Gulf of Aden, Indian Ocean and Arabian Sea.
These are HMS Chatham (UK), USS Cole (USA), TCG Gelibolu (Turkey), HS Limnos (Greece) and ITS Scirocco (Italy).