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In the sixth edition
The Australian Light Horse in Sinai and Palestine
After the defeat and withdrawal of the Allied invasion force at Gallipoli in December 1915 and January 1916 the AIF returned to Egypt to rest, recuperate, re-supply and re-train. Most of these troops were then sent to fight on the Western Front. Most of the Light Horse, however, became part of a British force whose aim was firstly to protect the Suez Canal from Ottoman attacks, and then push the Ottoman forces across the Sinai Desert, and then north through Palestine and Syria.
Key Inquiry Questions
- What was the Palestine campaign?
- What were its aims?
- What was the Lighthorsemen’s experience of this campaign?
- What did the campaign achieve?
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