Today in History: 15 during the June 1922 National Struggle

Today in History
15 June 1914 Germany and the United Kingdom have concluded a deal to eliminate all the hardships on the Baghdad railways.
15 June 1922 Azovsky Dekovil line (33,5 km) was built and put into service during the National Struggle. This line is 50 km. It was removed.
15 June 1927 The construction agreement of the Kütahya-Balıkesir line and the Ulukışla-Boğazköprü lines were signed with the German Julius Berger Company and its financial supporter, the German Banks Union. The cost of the lines to be completed in 3 years will not exceed 110 million TL.
15 June 1931 Izmir Demirspor Club was founded.
15 June 1936 Malatya-Yazihan line (33 km) was made by Simeryol Turkish Construction Company.



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