Cilt 28, Sayı 1, Sayfalar 151 - 173 2015-08-08

Sina-Filistin Cephesi'nde Britanya Ordusu: Teşkilat ve Kadro

Nuri Karakaş [1]

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British Army in Sinai and Palestine Front: Organization and Personnel The British army deployed the most number of its personnel in Sinai and Palestine Front after the Western Front in France in the First World War. Until the shift of units to France and Belgium in the period April-August 1918, Egyptian Expeditionary Force, as the mission force of this army in Sinai and Palestine Front, mostly consisted of soldiers from Australia and New Zealand and soldiers of the Territorial Force. General Edmund Allenby, Commander-in-Chief of the Egyptian Expeditionary Force, had to shift 60.000 soldiers to Western Front due to the extra need. Thus, in the summer of 1918, Egyptian Expeditionary Force became a multinational and multicultural army after the reinforcement with the soldiers from various regions and countries of the world mainly from India- instead of the shifted soldiers
Britanya ordusu, Birinci Dünya Savaşı’nda, Fransa’daki Batı Cephesi’nden sonra en fazla askeri personelini Sina-Filistin Cephesi’nde konuşlandırmıştır. Bu ordunun Sina-Filistin Cephesi’ndeki görev gücü olan Mısır Sefer Kuvveti’nin kadrosu, Batı Cephesi’ne (Fransa ve Belçika’ya) 1918’in Nisan-Ağustos döneminde yapılan birlik kaydırmalarına kadar çoğunlukla Gönüllü Ordu askerlerine ve Avustralya ile Yeni Zelandalı askerlere dayanmıştır. Mısır Sefer Kuvveti Başkomutanı Orgeneral Edmund Allenby, ihtiyaç nedeniyle 60 bin askerini Batı Cephesi’ne sevk etmek zorunda kalmıştır. Sevk edilen askerlerin yerine, başta Hindistan olmak üzere, dünyanın çeşitli ülkelerinden ve bölgelerinden gelen asker ili takviye edilen Mısır Sefer Kuvveti, 1918 yazında çok kültürlü ve çok uluslu bir ordu niteliği kazanmıştır
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Bibtex @ { egetid69129, journal = {Tarih İncelemeleri Dergisi}, issn = {0257-4152}, address = {Ege Üniversitesi}, year = {2015}, volume = {28}, pages = {151 - 173}, doi = {}, title = {Sina-Filistin Cephesi'nde Britanya Ordusu: Teşkilat ve Kadro}, language = {tr}, key = {cite}, author = {Karakaş, Nuri} }
APA Karakaş, N . (2015). Sina-Filistin Cephesi'nde Britanya Ordusu: Teşkilat ve Kadro. Tarih İncelemeleri Dergisi, 28 (1), 151-173. Retrieved from http://dergipark.gov.tr/egetid/issue/5066/69129
MLA Karakaş, N . "Sina-Filistin Cephesi'nde Britanya Ordusu: Teşkilat ve Kadro". Tarih İncelemeleri Dergisi 28 (2015): 151-173 <http://dergipark.gov.tr/egetid/issue/5066/69129>
Chicago Karakaş, N . "Sina-Filistin Cephesi'nde Britanya Ordusu: Teşkilat ve Kadro". Tarih İncelemeleri Dergisi 28 (2015): 151-173
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