Sanders had left his HQ and was at Bulair, distracted by the few Allied ships that had appeared; he had been confident that this was where the landings would take place. For two days, he remained at Bulair with the 5th Division waiting for the real landing. His absence created problems in chain of command and delays in decision making which negated his defence scheme that relied on rapid movement of troops.
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Liman von Sanders was a German General who had been sent, together with other officers, by the Germans in 1912 to restructure the Ottoman Army. Enver Pasha, the Ottoman Minister of War asked him to take command of the forces in Gallipoli. Most of his staff officers were Ottomans, but Germans filled a number of key command and technical positions.
Feb 17 In the year 1855 birth of otto Liman von Sanders, German general in Turkey (WW I) Feb 21 On this day in history birth of alice Freeman Palmer, educator (Hall of Fame) Feb 25 Cesário Verde, Portuguese poet (d. 1886) was born in the year 1855. Feb 25 In the year 1855 birth of george Bonnor, cricketer (big-hitting Aussie batter 1880-1888)
Dec 9 Germany's Kaiser Wilhelm sends one of his generals, Liman von Sanders, to Turkey to advance that country militarily. This will disturb Russia's military leaders. Dec 26 In London, The Daily Chronicle editorializes, stating: "It requires no gift of prophecy to foretell that this mad competition in military expenditure will end in disaster."
Otto von Bismarck was the Iron Chancellor who unified Germany in the 19th Century. 2. I served with the Free French Forces during WWII and became Chief of Staff of the army when my country gained independence from France. I seized power in 1966 and declared myself president for life and was military ruler till 1976.
Otto Friedrich von Gierke, (born Jan. 11, 1841, Stettin, Prussia—died Oct. 10, 1921, Berlin), legal philosopher who was a leader of the Germanist school of historical jurisprudence in opposition to the Romanist theoreticians of German law (e.g., Friedrich Karl von Savigny).
Otto tries to maintain order in the world, sometimes with cynicism, often aggressively, constantly annoyed, and even in the face of kindness and empathy from his fellow human beings.