Time Machine

Time Machine

If I had a time machine, I would definitely like to be in the Battle of Çanakkale in 1915-1916. Wait a second, I already have a right.

 

 

 

Time Machine

If I had a time machine, I would definitely like to be in the Battle of Çanakkale in 1915-1916. Wait a second, I already have a right.

 

 

 

On the Gallipoli Peninsula, Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, together with his comrades, traveled from city to city by plane in order to win Turkey’s lands for 1 month and went out to look for soldiers in the Battle of Çanakkale. I was with them, I was the one who used the plane and I volunteered to join the war. I said appoint Falih Rıfkı, He said OK, take us to my friend Fethi Okyar, whom I made during my military service, I mean, take us to Hatay. I said okay sir, two hours later we made a mistake. After we arrived, I said, “Atatürk, can I accompany you, I want to join the war,” he said, “Of course, you can come,” he said, and Fethi Okyar, with six or seven soldiers, went to his friend’s house. We need soldiers, he said, we need to gather people in Hatay and give a speech, and I went from door to door and gathered everyone in the square in ten minutes with a soldier. I waited right next to the platform, he finished his speech, and we went to other cities. After making the same speeches, Mustafa Kemal Atatürk gathered a total of twenty-four million people. When we came to the war, the weapons we used were Mauser bayonets, rifles, molotovs and bullets weighing two hundred and fourteen kilograms, everyone was sweating and killing each other. Mustafa Kemal AtatürkA bullet was fired on him, but by chance, the bullet hits the bound knife standing at the end of the rifle, Atatürk immediately changes his position and continues the war, millions of people died and fought by putting himself into that war. Seyid On’s head gathered all his strength at the last moment, took the huge two-hundred-four-kilogram bullet and drove it into the barrel. a second fired without a breath of air. After the loss of millions of lives, we started to collect our lands and collect the living people. I immediately went to Mustafa Kemal Atatürk and saw that he was alive, and I immediately went to help, and we understood that only eleven thousand seven hundred and six people out of twenty-four million survived, we dressed them and tried to collect ammunition again with my ancestor. We sent the wounded in the military to the hospital together and thanks to our soldiers and Atatürk, and the Turkish nation that we asked for support, did their best and we thank them for participating in the war. We ended the war with victory.

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