Happy 19th Anniversary of 100 May Commemoration of Atatürk, Youth and Sports Day

Happy 19th Anniversary of 100 May Commemoration of Atatürk, Youth and Sports Day
Happy 19th Anniversary of 100 May Commemoration of Atatürk, Youth and Sports Day

On May 19, 1919, Mustafa Kemal Atatürk landed in Samsun with the Bandırma Ferry and is accepted today on the day of the Turkish War of Independence against the occupation of the Entente States. Atatürk gave this holiday as a gift to the Turkish youth.

19 May 1919 is the date when our National War of Independence, which is our struggle for existence, is actually being thrown. Turkey is the day that laid the foundations of the Republic. Celebrating this day as a holiday should be the best indication of the love of the country. 23 April 1920 has opened the TGNA. The will of the nation is in the administration. On the last day of the Great Offensive, where the War of Independence was successful, the Commander-in-Chief Battle: 30 was held in August 1922. The Republic Day is celebrated for the 29 1923 October is the date of the establishment of the Republic of Turkey.

In fact, when we look at the dates that express the days we celebrate our national holidays, they will see the rings of a chain. 19 May 1919 is the beginning of this process that initiated and concluded the War of Independence. Ataturk has already started the Great Speech with this event. It is also a sign of importance to those who ask their birthday to answer the 19 May response.

Mustafa Kemal visited many cities during the National Struggle and during the Republic. However, only 19 May was accepted as a national holiday by law.

After the signing of the Treaty of Mondros, Mustafa Kemal 13 came to Istanbul in November 1918 and held talks with the Sultan about his views on the liberation of the mother several times.

Meanwhile, he tried to share his views with the public through the press. He gave her thoughts to close friends. The team formed a few people who started the National Struggle.

The idea that the national struggle would start in Anatolia was brought to life. Mustafa Kemal Atatürk set off on the Bandırma Ferry on May 16, 1919 and reached Samsun on May 19, 1919. This event started the national liberation movement. Subsequently, a free and independent state was established that could set an example for all oppressed countries, such as the Republic of Turkey. Thus was born a country where the will of the nation is dominant, a modern, immortal republic under the rule of law, whose price was paid with the blood of martyrs...


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