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Canakkale Sehitligi Abidesi
Turkey

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Tarihin eşine az rastlanır en büyük kahramanlık destanlarından biri olan Çanakkale Zaferi, tarihten silinmek istenen bir milletin, bütün yokluk ve imkânsızlıklara rağmen, vatanını yüksek bir ruh ve şuurla, canı pahasına nasıl savunduğunu göstermesi bakımından eşsiz bir örnektir.

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送信日: 12/01/2012
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