Today in History: 27 July 1917 The 350 rail has been damaged on the Müderric-Gift route.

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27 July 1887 The commission established under the presidency of Judge Cevdet Pasha and the dispute between the Ottoman Empire and Baron Hirsen was examined. The Commission concluded that so wrong and exorbitant treatment could not be a mistake and error, and that it was the result of bribery and corruption. With this deadline, the commission said that the government should demand approximately 4-5 million pounds (90 million Frank) from the company.
27 July 1917 350 rail has been damaged on the Müderric-Gift route. As a result of the most violent attack of the rebellion, the Sehilmatra Station passed into the hands of the rebels and the 570 rail was destroyed.

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