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Mustafa Necdet Uğur
Necdet Uğur (full name Mustafa Necdet Uğur) was a former politician in TurkeyContents1 Early life 2 Political life 3 Books 4 Death 5 ReferencesEarly life[edit] He was born in 1923 in Mecitözü
Mecitözü
ilçe (district) of Çorum Province. In 1944 he graduated from the Faculty of Political Science, of Ankara University. He served as chief security director of several Turkish Provinces including İstanbul
İstanbul
and İzmir.[1] In 1963 before the Turkish local elections, 1963 he was appointed as the İstanbul
İstanbul
mayor to serve up to the election date. However he didn't run for the office in the elections. Political life[edit] After 1968 he attended politics in Republican People's Party (CHP) and became the speaker of the İstanbul
İstanbul
branch of his party. On 11 October 1969 by the Turkish general election, 1969, he was elected to the lower house
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Ministry Of Interior (Turkey)
The Ministry of the Interior (Turkish: İçişleri Bakanlığı) is a government ministry office of the Republic of Turkey, responsible for interior security affairs in Turkey. The current Minister of the Interior is Süleyman Soylu,[1] after the resignation of his predecessor Efkan Ala
Efkan Ala
on 31 August 2016.[2][3] Ministers of the Interior[edit] Main article: List of Ministers of the Interior of Turkey References[edit]^ "Yeni İçişleri Bakanı Efkan Ala
Efkan Ala
oldu" (in Turkish). Retrieved 2013-12-25.  ^ "İçişleri Bakanı". Ministry of the Interior (Türkiye Cumhuriyeti İçişleri Bakanlığı) (in Turkish). Retrieved 2011-10-22.  ^ "CIA. Chiefs of State and Cabinet Members of Foreign Governments". Archived from the original on 2013-07-07
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Fehmi Yavuz
Fehmi Yavuz (1912-1991) was a former Turkish civil servant, academic, writer and a government ministerContents1 Early life 2 Political life 3 Later years 4 Books 5 ReferencesEarly life[edit] He was bırn in Isparta
Isparta
in 1912. After his primary and secondary education in Isparta
Isparta
he completed Pertevniyal High School in İstanbul. He graduated from the Faculty of Political Sciences of Ankara University
Ankara University
1937. In 1942, he returned to his faculty as the assistant of Professor Ernest Reuter. In 1951 he earned the title professor in the same faculty. Between 1953 and 1955 he studied urban development in United Kingdom
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Hamdullah Suphi
Hamdullah Suphi Tanrıöver (1885 – 10 June 1966) was a Turkish poet and politician. He adopted his surname Tanrıöver after the Turkish Surname Law was enacted in 1934.Contents1 Life 2 Poet and orator 3 Politics 4 Books 5 ReferencesLife[edit] He was born to Abdüllatif Suphi Pasha, an Ottoman statesman in Constantinople
Constantinople
in 1885. He studied at Galatasaray High School graduating in 1904. He later served as a translator, and a teacher for Turkish after earning a certificate. In Darülfünün, later renamed to İstanbul University, he was appointed professor of Islamic art
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Vasıf Çınar
Hüseyin Vasıf Çınar (1895–1935) was a Turkish educator, politician, journalist and diplomat.Contents1 Early years 2 Politics 3 Diplomacy 4 Legacy 5 ReferencesEarly years[edit] He was born in İzmir. After highschool he studied law. Between 1915–1918 he served as a teacher with his close friend Mustafa Necati. After the occupation of İzmir
İzmir
on 15 May 1919 by the Greek army however, they went to Balıkesir
Balıkesir
to publish a newspaper named İzmir'e Doğru ('Towards İzmir') to support the nationalistic resistance . They also founded a society named Red'i ilhak ("Opposing occupation").[1] Politics[edit] During the Republican era, he represented Saruhan (electıral district)Izmir in the 3rd Parliament of Turkey. His rhetoric was influential in the abolition of the caliphate. [2] He also served in Independence tribunals. In the 2nd and 5th government of Turkey, he was the Minister of National Education
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Mustafa Necati Uğural
Mustafa Necati (1894 - January 1, 1929) was a Turkish statesman in the early years of the Turkish Republic. He is also known as Mustafa Necati Uğural. He died before the Turkish Surname Law was adopted and the surname Uğural is actually the surname his family members adopted after his death.Contents1 Early years 2 As a politician during the War of Independence 3 As a politician in the Republic of Turkey 4 Nation schools 5 Death 6 Discussion on Mustafa Necati’s house 7 Mustafa Necati in sports 8 ReferencesEarly years[edit] Mustafa Necati was born in 1894 in İzmir. His father was Halit and his mother was Naciye. After his primary and secondary education in İzmir, he went to İstanbul
İstanbul
for higher education and studied law. He returned to İzmir
İzmir
in 1914 to serve as a lawyer and teacher. In 1915 he eatablished a private school with his friend Vasıf Çınar
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Esat Sagay
Esat Sagay (1874 – 22 May 1938) was an Ottoman-born Turkish military officer, educator, politician and former government minister. Life[edit] He was born in Karaferye, a town close to Thessaloniki, Greece, then a part of the Ottoman Empire, in 1874. He graduated from the military academy in 1894. Following a service term in Syria, then a part of the Ottoman Empire, he returned to İstanbul
İstanbul
as a teacher in the military academy. Mustafa Kemal
Mustafa Kemal
(later Atatürk), who would be the founder of Turkish Republic, was among his students. During the World War I, he fought in the Gallipoli Campaign. In 1919, while in the rank of a colonel, he retired from the military service, and returned to civilian life.[1] He died on 22 May 1938. Political life[edit] He joined the Republican People’s Party and in 1927, was elected into the parliament as a deputy of Bursa Province
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Reşit Galip
Reşit Galip
Reşit Galip
(Rhodes, 1893 – Ankara, 5 March 1934) was a Turkish politician in the early years of the Turkish Republic. By profession, he was a medical doctor.Contents1 Early years 2 In politics 3 Death 4 Legacy 5 ReferencesEarly years[edit] He was born in the Sanjak of Rhodes (now an island of Greece, then a part of the Ottoman Empire) in 1883. His father was Mehmet Galip, a judge and his mother was Münevver. He completed his elementary education in Rhodes. According to his granddaughter Feyhan Oran, when Rhodes
Rhodes
was occupied by Italy
Italy
he escaped to İzmir
İzmir
where he finished his highschool education.[1] Then, he travelled to İstanbul
İstanbul
to study medicine. During the Balkan War
Balkan War
and the First World War
First World War
he voluntarily served in the fronts
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Hikmet Bayur
Hikmet Bayur (also called Yusuf Hikmet Bayur, 1891–1980) was a former Turkish politician. He was born in Constantinople. He was the grandson of Kâmil Pasha
Kâmil Pasha
who was one of the Grand Viziers of the Ottoman Empire. He graduated from the Galatasaray High School
Galatasaray High School
and Faculty of Science of Paris University. After some years in Paris he returned home to serve as a teacher.[1]Contents1 During the War 2 During the Republic 3 Multiparty period 4 Books 5 ReferencesDuring the War[edit] During the Turkish War of Independence, he joined the nationalist forces in Salihli
Salihli
front. Later he served in Ankara. He was appointed as the director of political affairs
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Saffet Arıkan
Saffet Arıkan (1888–1946) was a former Turkish politician. He was born in Erzincan, Ottoman Empire. In 1910 he graduated from the Military Academy. After a brief service in Yemen, he was appointed to an office work in İstanbul. In 1915 he fought in the Battle of Gully Ravine (Kerevizdere) during the Dardanelles Campaign. Later he also served in the Mesopotamia. After the Ottoman Empire
Ottoman Empire
was defeated in World War I, he joined the nationalists in the Turkish War of Independence. He served briefly as the military attache of the newly founded Turkey
Turkey
in Moscow. Beginning by 8 August 1923, he was elected as a MP in the 2nd Parliament of Turkey. He was reelected in the following terms. In the 8th, 9th and the 10th government of Turkey
Turkey
he was the Minister of Education and in the 12th government of Turkey
Turkey
he was the Minister National Defence
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Hasan Âli Yücel
Hasan Âli Yücel (17 December 1897 in Istanbul
Istanbul
– 26 February 1961) was a Turkish writer, teacher and politician who served as Minister of National Education of Turkey
Turkey
from December 1938
1938
to August 1946. He is remembered for his reforms of the education system, and the foundation of Village Institutes
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Tevfik İleri
Ahmet Tevfik İleri
Tevfik İleri
(1911–31 December 1961) was a Turkish civil engineer, civil servant, politician and government minister. Biography[edit] He was born in Hemşin
Hemşin
ilçe (district) of Rize Province
Rize Province
in 1911. He spent his school years in İstanbul, and graduated from İstanbul Technical University in 1933. During his university years, he was elected as the chairman of the Turkish National Students Association (MTTB).[1] In 1933 at the age of 21, he began a career as supervisor engineer at the General Directorate of Highways in Erzurum, where he worked until 1937. He was then appointed as the local manager of the Public Construction Works in Çanakkale
Çanakkale
(1937–1942) and Samsun (1942–1946)
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Bedrettin Tuncel
Bedrettin Tuncel (1910, Tirebolu
Tirebolu
- 19 March 1980, Ankara) was a former academic and a politician in Turkey.Contents1 Early life 2 Political life 3 Books 4 ReferencesEarly life[edit] Born in 1910 in Tirebolu
Tirebolu
of Giresun Province, he graduated from Galatasaray High School
Galatasaray High School
in 1932. For higher education he went to France to study French literature. He graduated from the Lumière University Lyon 2 in 1936. In Turkey
Turkey
he served in the Ankara University for 35 years. He also lectured on the history of Art in the conservatory of Ankara
Ankara
for 10 years
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Ministry Of National Education (Turkey)
The Ministry of National Education (Turkish: Milli Eğitim Bakanlığı) is a government ministry of the Republic of Turkey, responsible for the supervision of public and private educational system, agreements and authorizations under a national curriculum. The ministry is headed by İsmet Yılmaz.[1]Contents1 History 2 Structure 3 Controversy 4 See also 5 References 6 External linksHistory[edit] After 1910, a Higher Education Office and a Libraries Inspection Office were established. During the War of National Liberation, there were two ministries of education. The Ministry of Education of the Turkish Grand National Assembly was in Ankara, the Ministry of Education of the Ottoman Government
Ottoman Government
in Istanbul. After the Turkish Grand National Assembly was opened on 23 April 1920 a "Ministry of Education" was established by Law no
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Turhan Feyzioğlu
Turhan Feyzioğlu (1922 – 24 March 1988) was a Turkish academic and a politician.Contents1 Early life 2 Politics in CHP 3 Politics in Reliance Party 4 Politics in Republican Reliance Party 5 Family life 6 Death 7 Books 8 ReferencesEarly life[edit] He was born in Kayseri. After finishing the primary school in Kayseri, he studied in Galatasaray High School
Galatasaray High School
and in Law school of Istanbul University. After post graduate studies in United Kingdom, he returned to Turkey
Turkey
and became a professor of Ankara
Ankara
University. In 1955, he was elected as the dean of Political Sciences School in Ankara
Ankara
University. He also began writing in the bulletin of his school
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Mustafa Üstündağ
Mustafa Üstündağ (1933–1983) was a Turkish politician.Contents1 Early life 2 Political life 3 Later years 4 ReferencesEarly life[edit] He was born in Ortakaraören village of Seydişehir
Seydişehir
ilçe (district) in Konya
Konya
Province. After graduating from İvriz Village Institute in 1951, he served in various schools as a teacher. In 1960, he graduated from Gazi Eğitim Institute . He obtained his MS from the University of Wisconsin.[1] Political life[edit] He joined the Republican People's Party (CHP) and in 1969 Turkish general elections he was elected Konya
Konya
MP. In the 1973 and 1977, he wes reelected. Beginning 1970, he represented CHP in the European Council. In 1971 he was elected as the general secretary of CHP. Both in the 37th and the 40th government of Turkey
Turkey
he became the Minister of National Education
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