Mustafa Kemal

  • (noun): Turkish statesman who abolished the caliphate and founded Turkey as a modern secular state (1881-1938).
    Synonyms: Ataturk, Kemal Ataturk, Kemal Pasha

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Military Career Of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk - Ministry of War (1918 - 1919)
... At the end of the war, Mustafa Kemal was 37 years old ... After the armistice, however, Thunder Groups Command was dissolved, and Mustafa Kemal returned to an occupied Istanbul on 13 November 1918 ... Ottoman Army's leading officers, such as Mustafa Kemal on 13 November 1918, Kazim Karabekir on 28 November 1918, Ismet Inönü, and others returned to Istanbul ...
Makbule Atadan
... – January 18, 1956) was the sister of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, the founder of the Republic of Turkey ... Kardeşim Atatürk" (Atatürk, My Brother) (1952) and "Ağabeyim Mustafa Kemal" (Mustafa Kemal, My Brother) (1952) ...
Military Career Of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk - Resignation From Ottoman Army (8 July 1920)
... The British were alarmed when they learned of Mustafa Kemal's activities and immediately contacted the Ottoman government ... Ottoman government issued a warrant for the arrest of Mustafa Kemal, on the charge that he was disobeying the Sultan's order for dissolving the remaining Ottoman forces in Anatolia, later ... As a response, Mustafa Kemal resigned from the Ottoman Army on 8 July, while he was in Erzurum ...
Military Career Of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk - War of Independence - Conflicts, March 1920 – March 1922 - Battle of Dumlupınar
... Mustafa Kemal chose to adopt the strategy of concentration and surprise, employed by General Allenby in Syria ... On 1 September, Mustafa Kemal issued his famous order to the Turkish army "Armies, your first goal is the Mediterranean, Forward!" Greeks asked for an armistice on 6 September ... Praising Mustafa Kemal's military capabilities, Noel Barber wrote A man born out of due season, an anachronism, a throwback to the Tartars of the steppes, a fierce elemental force of a man ...
Military Career Of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk - War of Independence - Conflicts, March 1920 – March 1922
... Mustafa Kemal used the dissolution of the Ottoman Parliament in Istanbul as an opportunity to establish a new National Assembly in Ankara ... first session of the "Grand National Assembly of Turkey" (GNA) gathered on 23 April 1920, with Mustafa Kemal as its president ... Mustafa Kemal and his friends deemed the Treaty of Sèvres unacceptable, as it would spell the end of Turkish independence ...