The Turkish General Djemal Pasha (l), commander of the Ottoman army and Governor General of Syria, with his chief of staff Fuad Boy at a command post on the southern front in Palestine. Date unknown. The Sinai and Palestine Campaign was a secondary theatre of war between the Ottoman Empire and Great Britain during World War I (1915-1918). The Ottoman Empire, as a an ally of the Central Powers, was supported by German (Asia Corps) and Austro-Hungarian troops in Palestine. Photo: Berliner Verlag/Archiv

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The Turkish General Djemal Pasha (l), commander of the Ottoman army and Governor General of Syria, with his chief of staff Fuad Boy at a command post on the southern front in Palestine. Date unknown. The Sinai and Palestine Campaign was a secondary theatre of war between the Ottoman Empire and Great Britain during World War I (1915-1918). The Ottoman Empire, as a an ally of the Central Powers, was supported by German (Asia Corps) and Austro-Hungarian troops in Palestine. Photo: Berliner Verlag/Archiv
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Image ID: DP936C