The 30th Infantry Regiment consisted of three infantry battalions and was busy with military camp training in Edirne and its vicinity on the return from the Suez Canal operation with the 10th Division on the Sinai Front. The force of the regiment consisted of 53 officers, 3,319 soldiers, 3,128 rifles and 403 animals. The 10th Division commander was German Colonel Bruno von Trommer, Chief of Staff was Captain Rüştü, 28th Infantry Regiment Commander was Major Hunger/Hunker, 29th Infantry Regiment Commander was Major Abdulkadir, 30th Infantry Regiment Commander was Major Ahmet Rıza, Artillery Regiment Commander was Lieutenant Colonel Ahmet Necati. When the regiment was ordered to go to Çanakkale front, it moved to Çanakkale on July 1, 1915. On July 20, 1915, the 30th Regiment came to Soğanlıdere and rested. It was later located in Zığındere instead of the 33rd Infantry Regiment. It clashed with ceaseless effort in Zığındere, where the Allied forces strengthened acutely. The collisions in September were a period of serious mine battles and bomb shots. Lieutenant Mustafa Efendi, one of the bomber officers of the 30th Regiment, was injured on September 18, 1915, as a result of the explosion of the bomb in his hand while trying to throw a new bomb on enemy trenches during the collisions. Then he was died in Şahindere Field Hospital, where he was brought wounded.
Keywords: Lieutenant Mustafa Efendi, 30th Infantry Regiment, Çanakkale War, Zığındere, Şahindere Field Hospital Cemetery