Aspecte navale ale ieşirii Turciei din Primul Război Mondial.

Naval aspects of Turkey out of world war

Autor: Olimpiu Manuel Glodarenco


The treaty eliminated the Arab kingdom covered by the agreement Sykes-Picot. It acknowledged only one area placed under French mandate which included Damascus and Homs, an area mandated by English in Mesopotamia and Iraq kingdom, the British gave to Faycal. Italy received the Dodecanese islands in the Aegean archipelago and Britain received Cyprus. Turkey renounced all rights in Egypt and Sudan. An agreement attached annex of the treaty set the rules of Bosporus and Dardanelles straits, giving all the freedom of movement and navigation.

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