Despite The Technological Facilities They Could Not Beat The Turks
It was emerged that the enemy troops was superior to the Turkish soldiers in Gallipoli Campaign which was the most bloody conflict in The First World War. The researcher-author Mehmet İhsan Gençcan said that a messenger with motorcycle was seen in a photograph taken by Anzac Photographer 94 years ago. Gençcan said that the enemy troops took photos on the front line they captured and he made a detailed research to find those photos. He said that the most interesting photo of his album was the messenger with motorcycle in The Anzac Cove on the 25th of April in 1915. He said "we understood from these photos that the enemy troops was superior in anyway to the Turkish soldier.