Istanbul Rail Systems Map in 1925

Istanbul rail systems map
Istanbul rail systems map

In 1925, we have prepared the Istanbul rail systems map for you. The planned routes for tram and rail systems are as follows:

Istanbul rail systems map
Istanbul rail systems map

In the 1925 History of Turkey

  • January 1, 1925 US astronomer Edwin Hubble announced that he discovered other galaxies outside the milky way.
  • January 3, 1925 Benito Mussolini in Italy regained all powers.
  • January 16, 1925 Lev Trotsky was removed from his post as commander of war in the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics.
  • 21 January 1925 was declared Republic of Albania.
  • 23 January 1925 In Chile, the government was overthrown by a military coup.
  • 28 January 1925 Progressive Republican Branch, Istanbul branch was opened.
  • January 30, 1925 Turkish government Bishop VI. He decided to take Constantine out of Istanbul.
  • 9 February 1925 One of the commanders of the Turkish War of Independence, Deli Halit Pasha, was shot and wounded by Ali Çetinkaya in the Assembly.
  • February 13, 1925 the Republic of Turkey, the first revolt of Sheikh Said Rebellion began.
  • Deli Halit Pasha, who was shot on February 14 at the Turkish Grand National Assembly on February 1925, 9, died.
  • February 16, 1925 to promote civil and military aviation in Turkey, "the Turkish Aircraft Association" was founded with the name of an association. It later took the name "Turkish Aviation Association".
  • 17 February 1925 Exceeds the Exceeding Tax. The peasant escaped the burden of tithe The press presented the abolition of the tithe as a great revolution.
  • 25 February 1925 Hıyanet-i Vatanol Law was amended; Religion cannot be used as a tool for politics, and this crime will be counted as a treason.
  • 26 February 1925 The law stating that the Tobacco regime (monopoly), ruled by the French, was abolished as of March 1, 1925, was adopted by the Turkish Grand National Assembly.
  • 3 March 1925 To prevent the growth of the Sheikh Said rebellion, Takriri was adopted the Law of Peace; Independence Courts were established.
  • March 4, 1925 The Law of Takrir-i Sükun, which gave the government extraordinary powers, was adopted by the Turkish Grand National Assembly.
  • March 7, 1925 A 5000-strong force attacked Diyarbakır under the command of Sheikh Said.
  • 23 March 1925 The most expensive film of the silent film period ($ 3,9 million), "Ben Hur" was released.
  • In the region of the March 31, 1925 Sheikh Said Uprising, the law on the execution of the death penalties imposed by the Divan-ı Harb without requiring approval was adopted.
  • Sheikh Said, who started a riot in the East on April 15, 1925, was captured.
  • 16 April 1925 Tanin newspaper was closed indefinitely.
  • 17 April 1925 Ankara - Yahşihan (Kırıkkale) railway line was put into operation.
  • 22 April 1925 was adopted the Law on Chambers of Commerce and Industry and the Cadastral Code.
  • April 25, 1925 Marshal Paul von Hindenburg became the first president elected by popular vote in Germany.
  • 1 May 1925 was the colony of Cyprus, England.
  • 5 May 1925 Manok Manukyan, who was sentenced to death for the assassination attempt of President Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, was executed.
  • May 7, 1925 Hüseyin Cahit Yalçın was sentenced to life in Çorum by the Istiklal Court in Ankara.
  • 3 June 1925 Progressive Republican Party was closed with the decision of the Council of Ministers.
  • 12 June 1925 Istanbul Teachers Association congress was held.
  • Göztepe team was founded on 14 June 1925 in İzmir.
  • Journalists arrested in Istanbul on June 22, 1925, June 20, XNUMX were sent to Diyarbakır to be tried in the East Istiklal Court.
  • On June 25, 1925 in Greece, General Thedoros Pangalos took power with a coup.
  • 29 June 1925 Sheik Said and his men were executed by the Diyarbakır Independence Court.
  • August 5, 1925 Mustafa Kemal Atatürk was divorced from Latife Uşşaki, whom he married on January 29, 1923.
  • On August 8, 1925, the first congress of his black enemy, Klu Klux Klan, was held.
  • August 14, 1925 Turkey was put into circulation the first postage stamps of the Republic.
  • August 16, 1925 Charlie Chaplin's "Gold Rush" was released.
  • 23 August 1925 Atatürk, who came to Kastamonu, started the Hat and Dress Revolution.
  • 24 August 1925 Mustafa Kemal Atatürk said, "A Turk is worth the world."
  • August 30, 1925, Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, "Lord and my nation, you well know that the Republic of Turkey sheikhs, dervishes, disciples, members are not home. The most accurate and most genuine sect is the sect of tariqa. ”
  • September 1, 1925 First Medical Congress convened in Ankara.
  • 2 September 1925 It was decided to close down lodges and lodges and to wear hats for the officers.
  • Turkey September 19, 1925 - Swiss Friendship Treaty was signed in Geneva.
  • September 25, 1925 In Istanbul, a modern motorized fire brigade was established instead of the corpse brigade.
  • 25 September 1925 The foundation of Ankara Ethnography Museum was laid
  • 5 October 1925 First Republic Gold was minted in the Mint of Istanbul. The first money was sent to Mustafa Kemal Atatürk.
  • 8 October 1925 Jewish and Armenian spiritual presidents declared that they wanted to live with Turkish laws within the Turkish society by giving up the rights granted by the provisions of the Lausanne Treaty regarding the "Protection of Minorities".
  • October 14, 1925 the first reinforced concrete bridge in Turkey, was held on the Meander River.
  • 17 October 1925 Ankara Medical Faculty was opened.
  • 1 November 1925 Rıza Han Pahlavi ended the Kaçar Dynasty in Iran.
  • 5 November 1925 Ankara Faculty of Law was opened by Atatürk.
  • 14 November 1925 In Sivas, some people hung on the walls against hat reform. Therefore, Imamzade Mehmet Necati was sentenced to death.
  • The Law on Hats, adopted on 28 November 1925, came into force. Now, "everyone will wear a hat," especially officers.
  • 30 November 1925 “Domination is the Nation” was hanged on the wall behind the chair of the Turkish Grand National Assembly.
  • 16 December 1925 Cemiyet-i Akvam accepted the "Brussels line" previously determined as the Turkish-Iraqi permanent border. According to this decision, Mosul was given to Iraq.
  • December 17 1925 between Turkey and the Soviet Union signed a treaty of neutrality.
  • December 21, 1925 Soviet film director Sergey Einstein's film Battleship Potemkin was released.
  • 25 December 1925 International calendar and time accepted
  • 26 December 1925 The use of the international clock and calendar was accepted by the Turkish Grand National Assembly.

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