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Author Crombie, Kelvin, author

Title Gallipoli : the road to Jerusalem / Kelvin Crombie
Published Mundaring, WA : Heritage Resources, 2014

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Description xvi, 611 pages : illustrations, maps ; 25 cm
Contents Part One: The Bigger Picture: -- Chapter 1 The centre of the world -- Chapter 2 Christianity rises - Israel exiled -- Chapter 3 The era of Islamic imperialism -- Chapter 4 New empires in the land between -- Chapter 5 The age of discovery -- Chapter 6 Reformation and Restorationism -- Chapter 7 Britain, France and Eastern Empires -- Chapter 8 Napoleon's quest for India - via Egypt -- Chapter 9 Egypt and Evangelical hopes --Chapter 10 Under Egyptian control -- Chapter 11 The Syrian Crisis of 1840 -- Chapter 12 Birth of Jewish and Arab nationalism -- Chapter 13 The Crimean War -- Chapter 14 Lebanon Crisis and nationalism -- Chapter 15 The Suez Canal -- Chapter 16 Autocracy and nationalist conflicts -- Chapter 17 Germany, Turkey and Zionism -- Chapter 18 Challenges for the Sultan -- Chapter 19 The British-Jewish connection begins --Chapter 20 Concerns for the Dardanelles and Sinai -- Chapter 21 European alliances and a 'new' Turkey - Chapter 22 The noose tightens -- Part Two Onwards to Gallipoli: -- Chapter 23 World War One begins --Chapter 24 Britain and Arabia 187 -- Chapter 25 Turkey officially enters the War 191 -- Chapter 26 Samuel's proposal for a Jewish 'State' -- Chapter 27 ANZACs and Jewish refugees -- Chapter 28 Conflicts erupt in the Turkish Empire -- Chapter 29 Samuel's proposal before the War Cabinet -- Chapter 30 Jewish refugees and Zion Mule Corps -- Chapter 31 The naval campaign begins -- Chapter 32 Russia and Constantinople --Chapter 33 Britain and France's response -- Chapter 34 Naval failure and new plans -- Chapter 35 Persecution of Armenians and Greeks -- Chapter 36 The first landings: 25 April 1915 -- Chapter 37 Counter-attacks -- Chapter 38 The Stalemate -- Chapter 39 The De Bunsen Committee Report -- Chapter 40 Under the cover of war -- Chapter 41 Sherif Hussein's bold request -- Chapter 42 Preparing for a final assault --Chapter 43 The August offensive -- Chapter 44 Mesopotamia, Syria and Palestine -- Chapter 45 The al-Faruqi deception -- Chapter 46 Bulgaria and Salonika -- Chapter 47 The Sherif and McMahon --Chapter 48 Defeat at Gallipoli -- Part Three Then to Jerusalem: -- Chapter 49 Sykes in - Morgenthau out 403Chapter 50 New structures in Egypt -- Chapter 51 Conflict in Anatolia and Mesopotamia -- Chapter 52 First blood in the Sinai -- Chapter 53 The 'Sykes-Picot' Agreement -- Chapter 54 The Hejaz offensive 'begins' --Chapter 55 Romani to El Arish -- Chapter 56 Jabotinsky and Aaronsohn -- Chapter 57 Lloyd George and the 'Promised Land' -- Chapter 58 First strikes - Rafa and Wejh -- Chapter 59 Disaster in Gaza -- Chapter 60 Jewish hopes raised -- Chapter 61 Enter Allenby -- Chapter 62 Movements in the Arab sector -- Chapter 63 Towards Beersheba -- Chapter 64 Balfour and Beersheba -- Chapter 65 Onto Jaffa and Jerusalem --Chapter 66 The hills surrounding Jerusalem -- Chapter 67 The capture of Jerusalem -- Chapter 68 Allenby's entrance -- Chapter 69 Significance of Jerusalem's capture -- Chapter 70 Epilogue: Jerusalem to San Remo - and beyond
Summary The Gallipoli Campaign which began on 25 April 1915 was one of the biggest Allied defeats of World War One. Yet it stirred the imaginations and passions of many, evoking thoughts for some of the reconquest of the ancient Byzantine capital of Constantinople, and for Jewish and Arab nationalists of the establishment of independent nations
Analysis Australian
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Subject Jewish-Arab relations.
World War, 1914-1918 -- Campaigns -- Egypt -- Sinai.
World War, 1914-1918 -- Campaigns -- Middle East.
World War, 1914-1918 -- Campaigns -- Palestine.
World War, 1914-1918 -- Campaigns -- Turkey, and the Near East -- Palestine
Beersheba (Israel) -- History, Military.
Israel -- History.
ISBN 9780987363077
Other Titles Road to Jerusalem