Today in History: 15 December 1912 on the Anatolian Baghdad Railway, Rad-§u-Aleppo-Tripoli ...

Today in History
15 December 1912 Rad-§u-Aleppo-Tripoli (203km) line was opened in the Anatolian Baghdad Railway.
December 15, 1917 Veliahd Vahidettin and Mustafa Kemal Pasha moved to Germany via Sofia-Budapest-Vienna with a private car connected to the Balkan Train. They set off from Germany on January 10, 1918, and on January 4, 1918, they came to Sirkeci Train Station with the Balkan Train again.
15 December 1921 According to the İkdam newspaper, the American Mc. Dovvel, on behalf of the Gandaş's Company, Samsun-Sivas-Erzurum railway line with the construction of Inebolu and Samsun ports with the American capital is on the project.

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