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ASL Comp: GWASL VII – Soldiers of the Sultan: Turkish WW1
ASL Comp: GWASL VII – Soldiers of the Sultan: Turkish WW1
by Critical Hit, Inc. (2019)
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  • Wargame
  • Expansion for Base-game
  • World War I
  • Mechanisms
  • Scenario / Mission / Campaign Game
  • Family
  • Advanced Squad Leader
  • Country: Turkey
  • Player Count: Two Player Only Games
  • Region: Gallipoli Peninsula (Turkey)
  • Series: GWASL (Critical Hit)
  • Rating: 0/10 from 0 users


    The soldiers of the Ottoman Empire fought a variety of combatants during World War I.
    There were five main campaigns in the theatre: the Sinai and Palestine Campaign, the Mesopotamian Campaign, the Caucasus Campaign, the Persian Campaign, and most famously, the Gallipoli Campaign.
    The Ottomans joined the Central Powers, goaded by Germany, in its hope that Russian troops would be drained away from the fronts in Galicia and Poland. Scenarios in this module cover the Battle of Sarikamish, as well as the campaigns in Mesopotamia, Palestine, and OF COURSE … Gallippoli, one of the most disastrous campaigns of the Conflict.
    The Dardanelles campaign was fought on Turkish soil, as the ANZAC tried to create a passage through to the Black Sea. Gallipoli was the brainchild of Winston Churchill, and was a bitter failure. After massive hardship, ANZAC soldiers were withdrawn, having failed in most cases to even get off the beaches. Russia also invaded Turkish territory, in the north. Following the collapse of the Tsar’s government, the Turks swept north and entered Russian territory proper. By the Russian surrender in the Spring of 1918, the Turkish forces had taken Baku on the Caspian Sea.

    Ownership ASL-RB, GWASL 1 and all preceding GWASL modules required to play.

    • The Bergmann Offensive - Caucasus Front, November 7th 1914
    • Stand At Pine Ridge - Pine Ridge, Gallipoli Peninsula, April 25th 1915
    • Plugge's Point - Z Beach, Geba Tabe, Gallipoli Peninsula, April 25th 1915
    • Valley Of Death - Kereves Dere, Gallipoli Peninsula, June 21st 1915
    • Forgotten Arabs - Gallipoli Peninsula, August 6th 1915
    • Achi Baba Nulla - Cape Helles, Gallipoli Peninsula, June 4th 1915
    • Fir Tree Spur - Cape Helles, Gallipoli Peninsula, May 8th 1915
    • Australian Achilles - Gallipoli Peninsula, May 19th 1915

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