Sometimes War is Necessary for Freedom

in tr •  2 months ago

I know this is a hard heading. But at the same time a title that has a share of reality. The city I live in is one of the centers of World War I. Çanakkale is a city where many states attack for the collapse of the Ottoman Empire and the end of the war. The seizure of the city will demolish the Ottoman Empire and will start the occupation and captivity process of the country. The traces of the war are still kept in certain parts of the city. Ironically, the city is now regarded as The City of Peace.

We need to fight for freedom. This is also true in daily life. You will fight your freedom at work, at school, in friendship relations. The war I'm talking about is sometimes just saying no. Sometimes it is a war to go. Freedom is the only thing left behind when we lose everything in this life. If you are not free, life becomes difficult and unbearable. The traces of war all over the world reminded me of freedom at all times. In this article I will show you a post-war memorial in Çanakkale-Eceabat.


The journey to Eceabat


Eceabat is the nearest town to the World War I Gallipoli Campaign battlefields of 1915, cemeteries and memorials to the more than 120,000 soldiers fallen from Turkey, the United Kingdom, France, Australia and New Zealand. The name Eceabat could be originated from the Arabic military word "Hijabat" which means the most forward command point from the battlefield; this could also explain the change from the original name Madytos. [1]


Statues of Ataturk and the commanders


If you will want to go Eceabat oneday, you need to come Çanakkale first. And in the city center you can find ferry pier. With a ferry Eceabat just 20 minnute far away from Çanakkale. It's really close at city but mostly turists didn't go there. Maybe the place didn't charming enough. Who knows.






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one day I want visit to turkey.
best regards from Aceh-Indonesia to you my friend

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Thanks man :)

The City of Peace ,i like this name Nice pictures and findings @monomyth thanks for this amazing post.

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My pleasure amigo :)

Eerie feeling that memorial gives. its like brass ghosts frozen in time.
great post!

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Definitely man!

Çok güzel yapmışsın bunu paylaşmakla
Tanıt herkese ülkemizin güzelliklerini
Ellerine sağlık
Ama az bişeyde türkçe yaz bizde okuyabilelim daaa
😂

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Eyv üstad, ekstra dan Türkçe yazmaya zaman kalmıyor ama olabildiğince öyle de yazmaya çalışıcam :)

@monomyth Özlemişim harbiden. 4 senem geçti. Yarında iş için Bursadan kalkıp geleceğim. Truva atının yanında vaktim olursa 1 2 fotoğraf çektiririm artık. :)

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Sessiz, sakin, huzurlu bir şehir burası seviyorum o yüzden :)

Yes bro I'm agree with your opinion :)

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Thanks :)

hocam yazıyı hiç okumadan yorum yapıyorum resimler beni çok etkiledi ilk defa gördüm ben bu resimleri eğer ben bu resimdeki yere gitsem çok duygulanırım resimde bile duygulandım

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Tarih duygulandırır ve eğitir üstad, aksi halde hatırlanması anlamsız olurdu sanırım

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Haklısın hocam cok guzel bir söz söylediniz