OTTOMAN-GERMAN MILITARY RELATIONS IN THE FIRST WORLD WAR SPOKEN

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AJANS ÜNİVERSİTE-Beste BUDAN- Emel ŞEN
Translated by Betül YÜNCÜOĞLU

In the conference held in İÜ Institute of Eurasia Prof. Dr. Serez gave some informations about economical and military helps starting from Cyprus War to First World War. He also mentioned about lost lands in the lates of Ottoman Empire and the impacts of them on Ottoman Emripe.

Prof. Dr.Sezer said “European States were having disagreement about sharing Ottoman Empire’s lands. While Russia wanted Çanakkale-İstanbul bosphorus for its part, England was planning to get İstanbul. This conflict caused Ottoman Empire to be alone. Ottoman Emprie started to seek for confederate.”

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Saying that Ottoman Empire had to confederate agreement with The German, Sezer said that after giving 616 milion mark financial support, Germany increased it to 850 million mark and gave military help as well.

Türkçe Versiyonu: BİRİNCİ DÜNYA SAVAŞI’NDA OSMANLI- ALMAN ASKERİ İLİŞKİSİ KONUŞULDU

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