1946 in Turkey

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1946
in
Turkey

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Decades:
See also: List of years in Turkey

Events in the year 1946 in Turkey.[1]

Parliament

Incumbents

Şükrü Saracoğlu ( up to 7 August)
Recep Peker (from 7 August)
Celal Bayar (from 7 January)

Ruling party and the main opposition

Cabinet

14th government of Turkey (up to 7 August)
15th government of Turkey (from 7 August)

Events

  • 7 January – Democrat Party (DP) was founded
  • 29 March – Treaty with Iraq
  • 5 April – USS Missouri (BB-63) carried the remains of the Turkish Ambassador to the United States, Münir Ertegün from New york to İstanbul
  • 31 May – 1946 Varto–Hınıs earthquake
  • 21 July – General elections (CHP 396 seats, DP 61 seats, Independents7 seats)
  • 8 August – Soviet Union proposed to change the status of the straits
  • 21 October – Turkey rejected Soviet proposal
  • 7 September – Devaluation
  • 18 December – DP boycotted the parliament (ended on the 26th of December)

Births

Deaths

  • 9 July – Nevzat Tandoğan (born in 1894, suicide) – governor of Ankara
  • 26 November – Saffet Arıkan (born in 1888), former government minister

Gallery

References

  1. ^ Türkiye'nin 70 yılı, Tempo, İstanbul, 1998, pp 97–100
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