Today in History: 30 March 1917 British agent Lavvrence

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Today in History
30 March 1917 The British agent Lavvrence and the accompanying 230 rebel group attacked Ebülnaim Station with two cannons and machine guns, destroyed the 40 meter-long rail and became a martyr in the 4 guard.
30 March 1920 Telegraph wires were cut between Eskişehir and Ağaçpınar.
30 March 2005 General Directorate of TULOMSAS introduced the locomotives produced for Iraqi Railways.

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