End of Turkish 6th Army at Iraq

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Tosun Saral
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End of Turkish 6th Army at Iraq

Post by Tosun Saral » 10 Jun 2007 20:43

Ali Ihsan Pasha ( Maj.Gen. Sabis) commander of 6th Army at Iraq during the talks for surrender with British and Turkish officers.In white uniform his COS Maj. Dadayli Halit Bey ( Col. Akmansu, a hero of the Turkish War of Independance)

TS: notabene: All of them were heros.

Ali Ihsan Pasha before leaving the Front with his HQs.

As the British occupied Istanbul againts the rules of Mundros Armistrace on Mach 16th 1919 Ali Ihsan Pasha was arrested by the British and deported to Malta with other Turkish offficers and officials as war criminals.
NO ONE WAS FOUND QUILTY.
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