1924 in Turkey

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1924
in
Turkey

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Events in the year 1924 in Turkey.[1]

Events[edit]

Parliament[edit]

Incumbents[edit]

İsmet İnönü (up to 21 November)
Fethi Okyar (from 21 November)

Ruling party and the main opposition[edit]

Cabinet[edit]

Events[edit]

  • 31 January –Treaty of Lausanne was approved by the Italian parliament
  • 29 February – Last public appearance of the caliph Abdülmecit II
  • 3 March –
    • Caliphate abolished
    • Secularization of the education system
    • Depolitization of the army
  • 6 March – İsmet İnönü formed a new cabinet, because the ministries of General staff and the religion (şerriye) had been abolished on the 3rd of March
  • 8 March – Religious courts abolished
  • 15 April – Treaty of Lausanne signed by the British King
  • 17 April – Treaty of Lausanne approved by the Japanese parliament
  • 24 April – New constitution
  • 25 August- Turkey – League of Nations agreement on the Musul issue
  • 26 October – An internal political crisis named “Crisis of the commanders” because some high-ranking military personnel refused to give up their seats in the parliament (see 3 March)
  • 9 November – Progressive Republican Party (TCF) was founded
  • 21 November – After İsmet İnönü’s resignation Fethi Okyar formed the new cabinet
  • 8 December – Kazım Karabekir was elected as the president of TCF

Births[edit]

Deaths[edit]

Gallery[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Türkiye'nin 70 yılı, Tempo, İstanbul, 1998, pp 8–20