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Now here's a real beauty of a description... This is full of stuff I did not know at all, even though I have lots of Turk and Turked bayonets. Here we have an M1935 manufactured about 1915, and possibly captured at Gallippoli! Nothing less! :D

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=200153089520&ssPageName=ADME:B:EF:US:2

I think I have to examine my M1935s again to see if they too may be Gallippoli captured.

(BTW I do have a brit 1907 bayonet remade in the 1935 pattern that actually may be a Gallippoli capture, but there's no way to find out if that is the case...)
 

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I think that people on Ebay really elaborate their descriptions just to sell something that is common and use the excuse"I dont know much about this" and it seems most anythhing German is WW1 or 2 like Chilean 95 or 1912 pattern bayonets.I have a 1907 modified too.That would be the closest thing to A bayonet used in the Gallippoli campagin.
 
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