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Mustafa Kemal Ataturk (Great Saviour of Turks)

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Brief summary of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk's life in English. Presentation includes 2 videos with English and Czech subtitles.

Brief summary of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk's life in English. Presentation includes 2 videos with English and Czech subtitles.

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  • 1. Mustafa Kemal Ataturk
    Great Saviour of Turks
    DogacanYildirim Kanat
  • 2. ATATURK
    Overview
    Childhood & Youth
    Military Times
    WW1
    War of Independence
    Reformations: Political
    Reformations: Clothing
    Reformations: Education
    Reformations: Economy
    Last Years
  • 3. ATATURK
    Childhood & Youth
    Childhood
    Born in 1881 – Soluň (Thessaloniki – Salonica)
    When he was 8 he lost his dad
    His teacher added “Kemal” to his name
    Youth
    1905 military academy (24)
    During studies learned French & German
  • 4. ATATURK
    military Times
    1905 – 1909 Syria - Soluň (Thessaloniki)
    Committee of Union and Progress
    1908 Constitutional Monarchy
    1910 France
    1914 Sofia Custome Ball
  • 5. ATATURK
    WW1
    1914 WW1 started
    1915 Battle of Gallipoli
    1918 Fall of Ottoman
  • 6. ATATURK
    WAR OF INDEPENDENCE
    Ataturk went to Anatolia (19 May 1919)
    Ottoman signed Treaty of Sevres (10 August 1920)
    Turkish Parliament founded in Ankara (23 April 1920)
    From rebels into army
    On the east and north against Armenians, on the south against French, on the west against Greeks (English)
    1923 Treaty of Lausanne
    29 October 1923 Turkish Republic
  • 7. ATATURK
    Reformations: Political
    1922 Ottoman Dynasty dissolved.
    1924 Monarchy and Caliphate dissolved.
    Secular Republic (Directorate for Religious Affairs)
    Swiss Civil Code
  • 8. ATATURK
    Reformations: CLOTHING
    Burka, Turban, Ottoman Hats etc. are all banned.
  • 9. ATATURK
    Reformations: Education
    Arabic alphabet changed into Latin alphabet
    Girls started to attend schools.
    Boarding schools and universities opened.
    Turkish Language Inst. / Turkish History Inst.
    Ataturk wrote a Geometry book.
    Numbers, measures, calendar changed into European style.
  • 10. ATATURK
    Reformations: Economy
    State factories opened.
    Modern agriculture supported.
    Land reformation
    Huge developments in Train service.
    Monday to Friday work days.
  • 11. ATATURK
    Last Years
    He travelled whole Turkey.
    He never went abroad.
    His illness was getting serious (1937)
    10 November 1938 he passed away. (57)
    He donated all his will to Turkish History / Language Inst.

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