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Lieutenant-General Sir Frederick Stopford. (Getty Images) 9. Major-General Sir Aylmer Hunter-Weston. (AWM, H10293) 10. Major-General Sir Henry de Lisle. (IWM, Q 3046) 11. Général de Division Albert d’Amade. (IWM, Q 53533) 12. İsmail Enver Pasha. (AWM, H12357) 13. General Otto Liman von Sanders, (AWM, J00200) 14. Brigadier-General Esat Pasha. (ATASE) 15. Brigadier-General Vehip Pasha. (Mesut Uyar) 16. Colonel Mustafa Kemal. (AWM, A05319) 17. Steam pinnace towing landing boats. 003) 18. British troops on V Beach.
Military and naval policy for the empire was coordinated and implemented by the Committee of Imperial Defence. While this system maintained the defence establishment in peacetime, it was unable to keep up with the competing requirements of alliance warfare, industrial mobilization and strategic direction. 1 At the end of that month, in order to move ahead on the pressing matter of war direction, Prime Minister Herbert H. Asquith decided to form the War Council. Initially the War Council consisted of Asquith, Chancellor of the Exchequer David Lloyd George, Foreign Secretary Edward Grey, First Lord of the Admiralty Winston Churchill, First Sea Lord Admiral Sir John (Jackie) Fisher, Secretary for War Field Marshal Sir Hubert H.
7 Carden’s four-stage reduction envisioned the following steps: A Reduce the forts at the entrance B Clear the defences inside the straits including Kephez Point battery No. 8. During Stages A and B part of the force would be employed in demonstrations of the Bulair lines and coast, and reduce the battery near Gaba Tepe. 8 In order to accomplish this Carden requested 12 battleships, three battlecruisers, three light cruisers, 16 destroyers and a flotilla leader, submarines, seaplanes, colliers, ammunition ships, and 12 minesweepers.