Ahmet Cemal Pasha, Commander of 4th Turkish Army

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Ahmet Cemal Pasha, Commander of 4th Turkish Army

Post by Tosun Saral » 24 Aug 2006 11:04

Ahmet Cemal Pasha (Midilli Island May 6th 1872- Tiflis/Georgia July 21st 1922)
Commander of 4th Army and Naval Minister.
Graduated from War Academy as Staff Captain in 1895.
Although he was a protector of Armenians in Syria and Palastine he was assassinated by Armenians in Tiftis while wolkin with his 2 aid officers Sureyya Bey and Nusret Bey. The officers were also killed. Their bodies were taken by 15th Army Corps Commander Kazim Karabekir Pasha to Erzurum and buried besides the grave of Hafiz Ismail Hakki Pasha who died of epidemy during WW1.

source: Images from : Cemal Pasa "Hatiralar" (Memories) published by Turkiye Is Bankasi A.S. Kultur Yayinlari,

Ahmet Cemal Pasha Naval Minister in Imperial Ottoman Ministers Grand Dress.
With Enver Pasha
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Post by Tosun Saral » 24 Aug 2006 11:25

Ahmet Cemal Pasha with von Kress (2nd in right) and distinguished people from Damascus.
4th Army HQ in Damascus.
Ahmet Cemal Pasha with Rauf Bey (Orbay) the hero of Balkan Wars, Captain of corsair battleship Hamidiye.(Third in left)
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Post by Tosun Saral » 24 Aug 2006 16:14

Ahmet Cemal Pasha with his wife in Stuttgart in 1930's
Ahmet Cemal Pasha with his family during an European journey.
Ahmet Cemal Pasha with his son Mehmet Cemal
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Post by Tosun Saral » 24 Aug 2006 16:18

with his family
with his wife in Budapest.
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