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... Like in Gallipoli, he was under the command of General Liman von Sanders, whose group headquarters was based in Nazareth ... Liman von Sanders lost the Battle of Megiddo, leaving 75,000 POW behind, on the first day alone ... and if, above all, we did not have a group headquarters (under Liman von Sanders) which lost all control from the first day of the battle ...
... von Moltke and Baron von der Goltz), he was appointed the head of a German military mission to the Ottoman Empire in 1913 ... Liman von Sanders would be the last German to attempt this task ... Liman had little time to organize the defences, but he had two things in his favor ...
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