Türkiye Cumhuriyeti’nin temellerinin atıldığı Sivas Kongresi’nin 102. yılı

Türkiye Cumhuriyeti’nin temellerinin atıldığı Sivas Kongresi’nin 102. yılı

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Hosting the Sivas Congress held on September 4, 1919 by the Great Leader Mustafa Kemal Atatürk and his comrades, “mandate and patronage” In Sivas, where the idea of ​​national independence was adopted by rejecting the idea of ​​​​national independence, decisions were taken to shed light on the national liberation struggle and the center of the National Struggle for 108 days, events are being held for the 102nd anniversary of the historical congress.

ATATÜRK’S ARRIVAL IN SİVAS REVISED

As part of the celebrations that started in the city on September 1, Atatürk’s arrival in Sivas was portrayed as a representation.

A concert was given by the Turkish Stars of Harmony Orchestra, which was established within the body of the Turkish Armed Forces, in the garden of the building where the congress was held and is currently used as the Atatürk and Congress Museum.

Atatürk’s arrival in Sivas was animated as a representation-Video

A wreath will be presented to the Atatürk Monument on September 4 during the events, and the Sivas Congress will be animated as a representation of the Atatürk and Congress Museum. After the ceremonies that will continue in the garden of the museum, the F-16 aircraft will make a demonstration flight in the skies of Sivas.

As part of the celebrations, the 9th National Star Mountain Climb will be held on September 5th. In the evening of the same day, the children’s play Hacivat-Karagöz will be staged at the Buruciye Madrasa by the Sivas State Theatre.

With the Soloists Parade Concert Program to be held on Tuesday, September 7 at Muhsin Yazıcıoğlu Cultural Center, the 102nd anniversary celebrations of the Sivas Congress will come to an end.

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THE ROAD TO SİVAS

Gazi Mustafa Kemal Atatürk started the national liberation struggle in Samsun on May 19, 1919, after Amasya, on June 27, 1919. “safe city” He continued by coming to Sivas, which he saw as At the meeting held in Sivas, the situation of the country was discussed and it was decided to hold a national congress in the city as soon as possible.

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ATATÜRK: “DECISIONS THAT PREPARED THE LIBERATION OF A NATION”

After the Erzurum Congress, Mustafa Kemal Pasha, who came to Sivas again on September 2, 1919 and stayed here until December 18, 1919, was visited by Mustafa Kemal Pasha and his delegation on Thursday, September 4, 1919 at 14.00 in the Atatürk and Congress Museum building of the Republic of Turkey. Sivas Congress was held, the foundations of which were laid.

Atatürk emphasized the importance of the historical congress. “Decisions were made here that prepared the salvation of a nation.” stressed his word.

The 102nd anniversary of the Sivas Congress, where the foundations of the Turkish Republic were laid #3

MANDATORY DISCUSSIONS AT THE CONGRESS

According to the records, in the congress, whose official work lasted 7 days, various agenda items were discussed for the liberation of the nation under the presidency of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk. On 8-9 September 1919 “he sends” The congress, where the debates were held, was closed on September 11, 1919, with the publication of the final declaration.

Mustafa Kemal Pasha and the Representative Committee published the congress declaration, which included important decisions for the liberation of the nation, at the meeting held with the participation of the public on September 12, 1919.

“Mandate and patronage cannot be accepted.” An interesting event also took place in the congress, where very important decisions were taken for the liberation of the nation. Organized on September 4 with the participation of delegates from various parts of the country, “he sends” At the congress, where the issue was also discussed, there was a military medical student named Hikmet, who came to the city with the money they collected, as the representative of his fellow students. At the meeting held in Mustafa Kemal Pasha’s room on the evening of September 8, when the exciting mandate debates took place, Hikmet, a military medical student, said:

“Pasha, the medical students, whose delegate I am, sent me here to participate in the work to achieve our independence cause. I cannot accept the mandate. We call Mustafa Kemal not the savior of the homeland, but the destroyer of the homeland, and we condemn him.”

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“OUR PASSWORD IS ONE; EITHER İSTİKLAL OR DEATH”

Impressed by these words and “Friends, look at the youth, pay attention to the expression of the noble blood in the Turkish national body.” said Mustafa Kemal Pasha, then turning to Hikmet Bey, “Son, be happy. I am proud of youth and I trust youth. We will not accept the mandate even if we remain in the minority. Our password is unique and does not change, either independence or death.” said.

At that time, women from Sivas took a close interest in the immigrants, mostly women and children, coming from Trabzon and Erzurum. After Mustafa Kemal Pasha stated that Turkish women should also participate in the National Struggle in an organized manner, women from Sivas started working to establish an association. The association called Anatolian Women’s Defense of the Vatan Society was founded on December 9, 1919.

THE PROCESS LEADING TO THE ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE REPUBLIC

With the Sivas Congress held on September 4-11, 1919 under the presidency of Atatürk, Mustafa Kemal Pasha had thought and voiced since his youth and included it as the most important issue in his official correspondence from the moment he went to Samsun. “national sovereignty” and “Country resistance” concepts began to be reflected in state life.

The first organizational activity covering the whole of the people was held in Sivas, and the Sivas Congress almost functioned as a national assembly in terms of its form and content. With the participation of the newly elected members in the congress, the Delegation of Representatives, which covered the whole country, became a committee that had a say in the destiny of the country, and the legitimate organs of the national movement were formed.

Sivas Congress removed the obstacles in front of the state with 7 days of work and enabled the people to act as a whole in line with the program it had drawn. This movement opened the door to a great victory on September 9, 1922, and was crowned with the proclamation of the Republic on October 29, 1923.

The 102nd anniversary of the Sivas Congress, where the foundations of the Turkish Republic were laid

Hosting the Sivas Congress held on September 4, 1919 by the Great Leader Mustafa Kemal Atatürk and his comrades, “mandate and patronage” In Sivas, where the idea of ​​national independence was adopted by rejecting the idea of ​​​​national independence, decisions were taken to shed light on the national liberation struggle and the center of the National Struggle for 108 days, events are being held for the 102nd anniversary of the historical congress.

ATATÜRK’S ARRIVAL IN SİVAS REVISED

As part of the celebrations that started in the city on September 1, Atatürk’s arrival in Sivas was portrayed as a representation.

A concert was given by the Turkish Stars of Harmony Orchestra, which was established within the body of the Turkish Armed Forces, in the garden of the building where the congress was held and is currently used as the Atatürk and Congress Museum.

Atatürk’s arrival in Sivas was animated as a representation-Video

A wreath will be presented to the Atatürk Monument on September 4 during the events, and the Sivas Congress will be animated as a representation of the Atatürk and Congress Museum. After the ceremonies that will continue in the garden of the museum, the F-16 aircraft will make a demonstration flight in the skies of Sivas.

As part of the celebrations, the 9th National Star Mountain Climb will be held on September 5th. In the evening of the same day, the children’s play Hacivat-Karagöz will be staged at the Buruciye Madrasa by the Sivas State Theatre.

With the Soloists Parade Concert Program to be held on Tuesday, September 7 at Muhsin Yazıcıoğlu Cultural Center, the 102nd anniversary celebrations of the Sivas Congress will come to an end.

The 102nd anniversary of the Sivas Congress, where the foundations of the Turkish Republic were laid #1

THE ROAD TO SİVAS

Gazi Mustafa Kemal Atatürk started the national liberation struggle in Samsun on May 19, 1919, after Amasya, on June 27, 1919. “safe city” He continued by coming to Sivas, which he saw as At the meeting held in Sivas, the situation of the country was discussed and it was decided to hold a national congress in the city as soon as possible.

The 102nd anniversary of the Sivas Congress, where the foundations of the Turkish Republic were laid #2

ATATÜRK: “DECISIONS THAT PREPARED THE LIBERATION OF A NATION”

After the Erzurum Congress, Mustafa Kemal Pasha, who came to Sivas again on September 2, 1919 and stayed there until December 18, 1919, was visited by Mustafa Kemal Pasha and his delegation on Thursday, September 4, 1919 at 14.00 in the Atatürk and Congress Museum building of the Republic of Turkey. Sivas Congress was held, the foundations of which were laid.

Atatürk emphasized the importance of the historical congress. “Decisions were made here that prepared the salvation of a nation.” stressed his word.

The 102nd anniversary of the Sivas Congress, where the foundations of the Turkish Republic were laid #3

MANDATORY DISCUSSIONS AT THE CONGRESS

According to the records, in the congress, whose official work lasted 7 days, various agenda items were discussed for the liberation of the nation under the presidency of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk. On 8-9 September 1919 “he sends” The congress, where the debates took place, was closed with the publication of the final declaration on September 11, 1919.

Mustafa Kemal Pasha and the Representative Committee published the congress declaration, which included important decisions for the liberation of the nation, at the meeting held with the participation of the public on September 12, 1919.

“Mandate and patronage cannot be accepted.” An interesting event also took place in the congress, where very important decisions were taken for the liberation of the nation. Organized on September 4 with the participation of delegates from various parts of the country, “he sends” At the congress, where the topic was also discussed, there was a military medical student named Hikmet, who came to the city with the money they collected, as the representative of his fellow students. At the meeting held in Mustafa Kemal Pasha’s room on the evening of September 8, when the exciting mandate debates took place, Hikmet, a military medical student, said:

“Pasha’ We call Mustafa Kemal not the savior of the homeland, but the destroyer of the homeland, and we condemn him.”

The 102nd anniversary of the Sivas Congress, where the foundations of the Turkish Republic were laid #4

“OUR PASSWORD IS ONE; EITHER İSTİKLAL OR DEATH”

Impressed by these words and “Friends, look at the youth, pay attention to the expression of the noble blood in the Turkish national body.” said Mustafa Kemal Pasha, then turning to Hikmet Bey, “Son, be happy. I am proud of youth and I trust the youth. We will not accept the mandate even if we remain in the minority. Our password is unique and does not change, either independence or death.” said.

At that time, women from Sivas took a close interest in the immigrants, mostly women and children, coming from Trabzon and Erzurum. After Mustafa Kemal Pasha stated that Turkish women should also participate in the National Struggle in an organized manner, women from Sivas started working to establish an association. The association, called Anatolian Women’s Defense of the Vatan Society, was founded on December 9, 1919.

THE PROCESS LEADING TO THE ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE REPUBLIC

With the Sivas Congress held on September 4-11, 1919 under the presidency of Atatürk, Mustafa Kemal Pasha had thought and voiced since his youth and included it as the most important issue in his official correspondence from the moment he went to Samsun. “national sovereignty” and “Country resistance” concepts began to be reflected in state life.

The first organizational activity covering the whole of the people was held in Sivas, and the Sivas Congress almost functioned as a national assembly in terms of its form and content. With the participation of the newly elected members in the congress, the Delegation of Representatives, which covered the whole country, became a committee that had a say in the destiny of the country, and the legitimate organs of the national movement were formed.

Sivas Congress removed the obstacles in front of the state with 7 days of work and enabled the people to act as a whole in line with the program it had drawn. This movement opened the door to a great victory on September 9, 1922, and was crowned with the proclamation of the Republic on October 29, 1923.

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