Who Won the Battle of Gallipoli?

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The Turks won the battle of Gallipoli, providing their greatest victory of the war. The Campaign cost the Allies 141,113 killed and wounded and the Turks 195,000. In London, the campaign's failure led to the demotion of Winston Churchill and contributed to the collapse of Prime Minister H. H. Asquith's government.
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