This was a WW1 game run by Martin using his 6mm toys and Richard Brooks's Op14 rules. John led the vast array of Allied forces while Von Gow Pasha commanded the Turks (and provided the aircraft).
A small (brigade-sized) garrison held Gaza, comfortably dug in with artillery while a couple of divisions and some cavalry were due to arrive mid-morning. The beastly Brits fielded two (big!) infantry divisions with heavy artillery support, three (small) cavalry divisions and a motor column.
Enemy infantry soon closed on Gaza and were brought under Turkish artillery fire. A futile (but quite heroic) assault was repelled by the defenders.
By the time the rather understrength Turkish 53rd Division appeared the ANZAC cavalry were approaching in considerable strength!
There was a fair bit of air activity - above can be seen German pilots dropping humanitarian supplies to Allied cavalry lost in the desert...
...while RFC 'planes were committing war crimes by strafing Turkish infantry.
Von Gow Pasha maintains a degree of Eastern indolence. And wins the prize for best hat.
Endgame. It was a close run thing (and all the closer because of my appalling dice) but several British assaults were repelled and just as my chaps were about to crumble the Brits buggered off. Phew!