1927 in Turkey

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1927
in
Turkey

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See also: List of years in Turkey

Events in the year 1927 in Turkey.[1]

Parliament[edit]

Incumbents[edit]

Ruling party and the main opposition[edit]

Cabinet[edit]

Events[edit]

  • 18 January – United States senate rejected the Treaty of Lausanne
  • 1 February – General elections
  • 7 March – End of the Independence Tribunals
  • 1 July – President Kemal Atatürk visited İstanbul. First visit after 1917. (To establish Ankara as the new capital, he had purposely delayed his visit.)
  • 27 August – A group of gangs led Hacı Sami entered Turkey via Samos (in Greece) to create chaos, but they were arrested
  • 7 September – International court supported Turkish point of view on the Bozkurt -Lotus issue (see 1926 in Turkey). Turkish lawyer Mahmut Esat was later surnamed Bozkurt[2]
  • 15 October – Kemal Atatürk in a six-day speech, called Nutuk, summarized the events in Turkish War of Independence
  • 19 October – Kemal Atatürk’s will. CHP was the main beneficiary
  • 28 October – Census (population 13,648,270)
  • 30 October – Maintenance of the famous battleship Yavuz began.
  • 3 November – New term of the parliament and the new government of İsmet İnönü
  • 24 November - Statue of Victory, a monument in Ankara about the Turkish War of Independence (There will be others in the following years)
  • 26 December – Marine accident The ship Sevinç sank

Births[edit]

Deaths[edit]

Gallery[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Türkiye'nin 70 yılı, Tempo, İstanbul, 1998, pp 36–39
  2. ^ Law page (in Turkish)