Today in History: 25 February 1889 in the Ottoman-Hirsch conflict Tarih

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rumeli railways

Today in History
25 1889 5 27 in the Ottoman-Hirsch conflict. refereed The German lawyer Gneist decided that Hirsch would pay 500 million francs to the Ottoman Empire. After this decision, Hirsch decided to withdraw from the job of Rumelia railways. He transferred his shares to Deutch Bank and to the Banks Group of Vienna-Verein Vienna. The construction remained unfinished and the lines went under the control of the Germans.
25 February 1892 Mehmet Şakir Pasha presented his thoughts on the proposal of İzzet Efendi to the Sultan in a report. Şakir Pasha argued that the railway between Damascus and Medina should be built.
25 February The 1909 Chester Project was presented to the government.


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