1925 in Turkey

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1925
in
Turkey

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See also: List of years in Turkey

Events in the year 1925 in Turkey.[1]

Parliament[edit]

Incumbents[edit]

Fethi Okyar (up to 3 March)
İsmet İnönü (from 3 March)

Ruling party and the main opposition[edit]

Cabinet[edit]

Events[edit]

  • 1 January –Turkey gained the right of duty tax (according to the treaty of Lausanne)
  • 11 February – Beginning of Sheikh Said rebellion
  • 17 February – Tax of Ashar ended. An important reform in the daily lives of the villagers
  • 24 February – The rebels captured Elazığ
  • 26 February – End of the Regie Company. An important step in the economics
  • 3 March – Fetkhi Okyar’s cabinet which was ineffective against the rebellion was replaced by İsmet İnönü's new cabinet
  • 4 March – Independence Tribunals
  • 8 March – Rebels were defeated around Diyarbakır
  • 12 April – Sheikh Said was arrested
  • 1 May – Earthquake in Adana
  • 3 June – Independence Tribunal closed the Progressive Republican Party
  • 5 August – Atatürk and Latife Hanım (Latife Uşakizade) were divorced
  • 25 August – In Kastamonu Atatürk made a speech on traditional costume and expressed his preference for western style hat
  • 4 September – First ball in which Muslim women attended
  • 25 November – The Hat reform
  • 30 November – Tekkes, traditional institutions were closed

Births[edit]

Deaths[edit]

Gallery[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Türkiye'nin 70 yılı, Tempo, İstanbul, 1998, pp 21–29