"A statement from Turkey's president Recep Tayyip Erdogan has been the feelings to run high in Australia."
"Now see Australia over its travel advice to Turkey, and prime minister, Scott Morrison requires that the statements be withdrawn."
"At a speech on Monday reacted to Erdogan attacks in new zealand, Christchurch, and said that all who came to Turkey with the first feelings would be sent back in coffins,"
"Thousands of australians and new zealanders died in the protracted battle in Turkey during the first world war, and still has a significant role in the australian consciousness. Annually celebrated "
"the Statements got Morrison to angry, and call out the Turkish ambassador."
" I do not accept the excuses offered for the comments, said Morrison at a press conference after meeting the ambassador."
"– They offend the memory of our Anzacs. It is very offensive to australians, and very carelessly, said the prime minister, according to the Sydney Morning Herald."
"Morrison also says that the country will revise its travel advice to Turkey, which can affect the travellers who annually travel to Çanakkale in Turkey to commemorate the victims at the Gallipoliinsatsen."
"On 25 april 1915 landed a force, mainly consisting of the australian and nyzeeländskt infantry to knock out the ottoman artillery in Gallipoli, a peninsula between the Dardanelles and Sarosbukten in Turkey. The attack would make it possible for a british-French navy to force the Dardanelles."
"the Strength ran quickly to problems as a result of inaccurate maps, poor signaling system and from resistance from the Turkish forces."
"Until August was fighting and weighed without any side got the advantage, and from december to a piece recorded in January was evacuated to the attacking strength."
"On the attacking side were killed 44 000 and 97 000 were injured, while the ottoman page losses was approximately 87 000 dead and 261 000 injured."
"The future Kemal Atatürk, reached fame at the battle which had an effect when an independent Turkey later was formed."