1950s|3rd Parliament of Turkey
President – Kemal Atatürk
Prime Minister – İsmet İnönü
Leader of the opposition - Fethi Okyar (12 August -17 November)
Ruling party –Republican People’s Party (CHP)
Main opposition - Liberal Republican Party (SCF) (12 August-12 November)
5th government of Turkey (up to 27 September)
6th government of Turkey (from 27 September)
3 April – Women’s suffrage (in local elections) was legalized
7 May – The 7.1 Mw Salmas earthquake shakes northwestern Iran and southeastern Turkey with a maximum Mercalli intensity of X (Extreme). Up to three-thousand people were killed.
10 June – Agreement between Turkey and Greece concerning the population exchange problems in the 1920s.
12 August – Liberal Republican Party (SCF) was founded
26 September – People Republic Party, a second opposition party was founded
27 September - New government
17 November – SCF dissolved itself
23 December – Menemen Incident in which a group of reactionerists who opposed Atatürk’s reforms killed Mustafa Fehmi Kubilay a young lieutenant.
26 February - Orhan Karaveli, journalist and writer
23 April - Şarık Tara, civil engineer and contractor
17 June - Adile Naşit, theatre player
1 September - Turgut Özakman, writer
23 September - Çelik Gülersoy, lawyer and historical preservationist
9 October - Rahmi Koç, industrialist
26 February - Ahmet Rıza (born in 1858), politician
30 March - Hoca Ali Rıza (born in 1858), painter
8 August - Alaaddin Koval (born in 1878), general
23 December - Mustafa Fehmi Kubilay (born in 1906), lieutenant (lynched)
1930 in Turkey Wikipedia
Events in the year 1930 in Turkey.