1949 in Turkey

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1949
in
Turkey

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See also: List of years in Turkey

Events in the year 1949 in Turkey.[1]

Parliament

Incumbents

Hasan Saka (up to 16 January)
Şemsettin Günaltay (from 16 January)

Ruling party and the main opposition

Cabinet

17th government of Turkey (up to 10 June)
18th government of Turkey (from 10 June)

Events

  • 14 January – Hasan Saka, the prime minister resigned
  • 24 January – Nationalistic poet Behçet Kemal Çağlar resigned from CHP protesting Şemsettin Günaltay's cabinet and claiming that the laicate principle of the party was sacrificed
  • 1 February – Religion course was offered to primary school children
  • 9 July – Fire in Çorum passenger ship. 61 deaths
  • 17 August – 1949 Karlıova earthquake
  • 15 October – By elections
  • 16 November – Several members of the Nation Party were arrested on a fake assassination charge (It was claimed that they were planning to assassinate İsmet İnönü and Celal Bayar, but several days later they were released)

Births

Deaths

Gallery

References

  1. ^ Türkiye'nin 70 yılı, Tempo, İstanbul, 1998, pp 107–110
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