Today in History: 24 February 1933 French Wagons

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february french wagons in history

Today in History
February 24, 1933 The behavior of the Belgian manager, who was angry at the Turkish speaking of the officer named Naci Bey, who worked at the French Wagons Lits Bedding Wagons Company and said that the language of the company was in French, attracted great reaction from the Turkish public. University students gathered and protested at the company's headquarters in Beyoğlu and attacked the company with the slogan "Turkish and Turkish are dominant in this country". Then they walked to the company's Karaköy branch. Police intervened in the demonstrations.



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