Ottoman Garrison

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Battle Of Magdhaba - Battle
5 Wing attacked the Ottoman defences, drawing some fire which revealed the locations of machine guns, trenches and five redoubts ... positions, strength, and movements of the Ottoman garrison ... British Empire artillery opened fire at the same time as Chaytor's group moved towards the Ottoman garrison's right and rear ...
Arab Revolt - Conflicts - Prelude
... Because of repression by the Ottoman Empire and their Central Powers allies, Grand Sharif Hussein, as the guardian of the holy city of Mecca, entered into an alliance with the United Kingdom and France against the ... alliance was facilitated by the services of a mysterious young Arab officer in the Ottoman army named Muhammed Sharif al-Faruqi ... Evidence that the Ottoman government was planning to depose him at the end of the war led him to an exchange of letters with British High Commissioner Henry McMahon which convinced ...
Battle Of Magdhaba - Prelude - Ottoman Force
... After their retreat from El Arish, the Ottoman garrison withdrew down the Wadi el Arish 25 miles (40 km) south east of El Arish, to Magdhaba and Abu Aweigila, about another 15 miles (24 km) further away from the coast ... At Magdhaba the garrison had increased from 500 to about 1,400 Ottoman soldiers there may have been as many as 2,000, consisting of two battalions of the 80th Infantry Regiment, (27th Ottoman Infantry Division but ... Also attached to the Ottoman garrison at Magdhaba were a number of support units, including elements of the 3rd Company of the 8th Engineer Battalion, 27th Medical Company, 43rd Mobile Hospital and the 46th ...
Ivan Sratsimir Of Bulgaria - Emperor in Vidin - Reign After 1371
... chances for a common Bulgarian resistance against the Ottomans ... that in the 1370s and the early 1380s Vidin was still away from the route of the Ottoman campaigns and was not endangered ... During and after the massive Ottoman invasion in north-eastern Bulgaria in 1388, sources suggest that relations between the two brothers were uneasy ...

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