Ali Ihsan (Sabis) Pasha

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Ali Ihsan (Sabis) Pasha

Post by Tosun Saral » 18 Jan 2008 13:38

İstanbul 1882 - İstanbul 1957
He got the family name "Sabis" after his succesfull victory at Sabis in Iraq againts the British. He was an artillary officer. Class of 1904.

He was also a Turkish Free Mason

Balkan War:
Maj. Ali İhsan (Gen. Sabis) staff officer at the Grand Headquarters during Balkan War.
Maj. Ali İhsan Staff officer at Catalca Fortification
Maj. Ali İhsan Chief operations officer of 10th AC at Bolayir and Şarköy battles.

WW1:
Maj. Ali İhsan Assiastant of chief operations officer at Grand Headquarters
Col. Ali İhsan advisor at the head quarters of 3rd Army at Caucasusu Front.
Col. Ali İhsan Sabis commander of 1st Expeditory Forces at the Region the River Aras. The 1st Expetitory Forces has been send to Iraq Front on oct 1915 and divided into two divisions the 51st and 52nd.

Col. A. İhsan commander of 13th AC. He took command onFeb. 4th 1916
Ali İhsan Pasha commander of 4th AC at Caucasus Front. The AC occupied Rumiye/Iran on July 30th.
Ali İhsan Pasha commander of 13th AC at Iraq
Ali İhsan Pasha commander of 6th Army at Iraq.He took the command on Sept. 1st.
He was deported to Malta by 58 other Turkish officers and officials to Malta by the British Occupation Forces.
After his entlasment from Malta he joined the National Forces of Mustafa Kemal Pasha.
He commanded the 1st Army before the Gread Attackagaints Greeks on Aug.22nd 1922 He quarralled with İsmet Pasha (İnönü) about the plans and was retired from the army.
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Post by Tosun Saral » 18 Jan 2008 13:41

Ali Ihsan Pasha with Mustafa Kemal Pasha Jan. 10th 1921
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Post by Tosun Saral » 18 Jan 2008 13:53

He wrote a 6 volume history book about WW1 and Turkish War of Independance.
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Post by Tosun Saral » 18 Jan 2008 13:54

Sabis
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