Turkish officers with iron crosses

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Re: Turkish officers with iron crosses

Post by Tosun Saral » 09 Jan 2019 15:47

sorry I don't have any details.

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Re: Turkish officers with iron crosses

Post by Tosun Saral » 09 Jan 2019 18:29

I was not happy with that name. So I searched ağain. He is not Major Ali Sırrı Bey but Staff Major Ali Remzi Bey (LtGen. Yiğitgüden) His sign on the fhoto made us to read the old turkish writing difficult. I asked many experts. they all confirmed Yiğitgüden.

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Re: Turkish officers with iron crosses

Post by stevebecker » 10 Jan 2019 02:41

Tosun,

Thanks again mate.

Ali Remzi Efendi (Yigitgüden) Staff Officer - 3rd Corps 1915 to 9th Corps 1-15 (date?) to 11-15 & Adana as regional commander Capt to Col dismissed on Nov. 18th 1915 because he didnt obey the order to attack the Russians and appointed to Adana as regional commander to Gen

I also have

Ahmet Remzi Bey (Alcitepe) 7th Div 1915 Col
Ali Remzi Bey 24th Div Col


Cheers

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Re: Turkish officers with iron crosses

Post by Tosun Saral » 10 Jan 2019 21:02

Staff Capt.Ali Remzi (Yiğitgüden) was operations officer of the 3rd ac AT gALLİPOLİ Seddülbahir area 25-26/4/1915
thats all ı know

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Re: Turkish officers with iron crosses

Post by Tosun Saral » 12 Jul 2019 10:48

Tbp. Kaymakam Şükrü Bey (1870-1919)

Dr. Ll.Col. Şükrü Bey M.D. (1870-1919) killed by invading greeks at Izmir on May 15th 1919
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Re: Turkish officers with iron crosses

Post by Tosun Saral » 04 Aug 2019 09:29

Staff Major Hüseyin Hüsnü Emir (MajGen. Erkilet)
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Re: Turkish officers with iron crosses

Post by Tosun Saral » 21 Nov 2019 10:19

Grandvezier Talat Pasha
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Re: Turkish officers with iron crosses

Post by Nemmexe » 11 Oct 2021 16:43

Tosun Saral wrote:
21 Nov 2019 10:19
Grandvezier Talat Pasha
The man behind mass execution of non Turkish people in Iran, Caucasus, Greece, and all areas that were under Turkish Occupational Forces from 1912 till his assassination on 1921.

So happy that he payed his toll, however not the best way for his crimes. May souls of executed people rest in eternal peace.

I wonder why there is no talking about this "Massacre" anywhere online? Or any other crimes done by Muslims -as well as Christians and jews- throughout the History. Only "holocaust" is spoken widely.

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Re: Turkish officers with iron crosses

Post by stevebecker » 13 Oct 2021 22:30

Mate,

A Turkish site mentions this

"During the war, in his capacity as the Minister of Interior, Talat Pasha had responsibility in the decision to move the Armenians from the war zones in eastern part of the country to Iraq and Syria. Large numbers of Armenians perished during this forced emigration."

So Yes they do show he did a number of things during the war.
But you should read the rules of this site, where we don't mention the Armenians because its senitive to our Turkish mates.
We can disagree but must respect their views, as we must yours and mine

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Re: Turkish officers with iron crosses

Post by Tosun Saral » 15 Oct 2021 11:08

Nemmexe from Teheran Iran, I understand that You are an armenian living in Iran. You always hide under a false name. You are not proud to mention your own and true name. I hope you are well. be well. We are vey happy in Turkey and doing well. :) :) We honour Talat Paşa as a great man.We dont care what you say. There is a turkish saying which I am sure you also know " the dog barks but the caravan goes on" "İt ürür, kervan yürür" cheers

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Re: Turkish officers with iron crosses

Post by Tosun Saral » 15 Oct 2021 11:21

1932 cavalry officers . İn the middle cav Capt. decorated with IC
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Re: Turkish officers with iron crosses

Post by Tosun Saral » 15 Oct 2021 11:26

Bahriye Yüzbaşısı Beşiktaşlı Pehlivan Enver (Gençalp) Nusret Mayın gemisi Mayın subayı

Navy Lt Enver Efendi (Gençalp) from Beşiktaş/İstanbul known as freestyle wrestler. Mine officer of the famous mine layer Nusret that played a gread role at Dardanelle laying mines in 1915
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Re: Turkish officers with iron crosses

Post by Tosun Saral » 15 Oct 2021 11:29

1950 an infantry Col.
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