Beyazıt'ta Cumhuriyet Bayramı kutlamaları, 1934 - Republic Day celebrations in Beyazıt, dated 1934
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Title
Beyazıt'ta Cumhuriyet Bayramı kutlamaları, 1934 - Republic Day celebrations in Beyazıt, dated 1934
Creator
Oskar Milbach, Berlin-Neukölln
Note
Fotoğrafın arka yüzü - Reverse side of the photograph: Almanca - German "Zur esrten Industrie-Ausstellung in Ankara/Türkei. Anlässlich dieser Ausstellung fand in Istanbul ein Umzug zugunsten der einheimischen Industrie statt, der zugleich eine Under Bild zeigt die Steppdeckenkunstn der Türkei, aus einheimischer Brussaseide hergestellt. Osmanlı Türkçesi - Ottoman Turkish: "İstanbul, 1934 Cumhuriyet Bayramı'nda Yorgancılar Cemiyeti geçerken".
Language
Ottoman Turkish
German
Coverage
Beyazıt, İstanbul
Subject
Location
SALT Research
URI
https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/195670
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Type
Format
18,1-12,1 cm, Baskı, Siyah Beyaz - Print, Black & White
Number of Scanned Documents
2
Identifier
AHISTBEYA315
Rights
Open Access
Rights Holder
SALT Araştırma - SALT Research
Accrual Method
Satın alma - Purchase

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