The goal of the Allies was to occupy this strategic location overlooking the Gallipoli Peninsula. They failed, and Mustafa Kemal (Atatürk) became a hero and went on to establish the secular republic of Turkey. It was here that he told his soldiers, "I order you not just to fight, but to die." All the men of one of his regiments were wiped out, and he himself was saved miraculously when a bullet hit the pocket watch that was over his heart, but the line held. The hilltop
holds Turkish trenches, a cemetery, and the New Zealand national memorial and offers good views of the peninsula and the Dardanelles strait.
Gelibolu Tarihi Milli Parkı, Eceabat, Turkey