Samiksha Jaiswal

1933 in Turkey

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Centuries:  20th 21st
1933 in Turkey
Decades:  1920s 1930s 1940s 1950s

Events in the year 1933 in Turkey.

Contents

Parliament

  • 4th Parliament of Turkey
  • Incumbents

  • President – Kemal Atatürk
  • Prime Minister – İsmet İnönü
  • Ruling party and the main opposition

  • Ruling party –Republican People’s Party (CHP)
  • Cabinet

  • 7th government of Turkey (up to 27 September)
  • Events

  • 8 January – First 5-year plan
  • 6 February – Atatürk’s speech in Bursa (Turkish: Bursa nutku, an important speech about his views on the language and laikate
  • 22 April – Agreement with the creditors of Ottoman Public Debt Administration
  • 1 August – Modern İstanbul University replaced Ottoman Darülfünun
  • 29 October – During the 10th year ceremony of the Turkish Republic, Atatürk narrated the details of Turkish War of Independence in a six-day speech in the parliament
  • Births

  • 22 January – Sezai Karakoç, poet
  • 31 January, Süleyman Ateş, theologian
  • 5 March – Hayati Hamzaoğlu, actor
  • 1 April – Pars Tuğlacı, linguist, writer
  • 7 April – Sakıp Sabancı, industrialist
  • 16 April – Erol Günaydın, theatre actor
  • 29 October – Muzaffer İzgü, writer
  • Deaths

  • 16 January - Bekir Sami Kunduh (born in 1867), diplomat, politician
  • 4 June - Ahmet Haşim (born in 1884), poet
  • References

    1933 in Turkey Wikipedia


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