Geçmişte Bugün konuşması, daktilo metni. 6 Nisan 451'de Atillâ'nın Fransa'da Meç şehrine girişi. 6 Nisan 1326'da Orhan Gazi'nin Bursa'yı fethi. 6 Nisan 1453'de İstanbul'un fethi. 6 Nisan 1920'de Anadolu Ajansı'nın kuruluşu. 6 Nisan 1941'de Almanya'nın Yugoslavya ve Yunanistan'ı işgali.
Files
File Description SizeFormat 
FFT757132.jpg1.01 MBJPEG
FFT757132A1.jpg674.3 KBJPEG
Title
Geçmişte Bugün konuşması, daktilo metni. 6 Nisan 451'de Atillâ'nın Fransa'da Meç şehrine girişi. 6 Nisan 1326'da Orhan Gazi'nin Bursa'yı fethi. 6 Nisan 1453'de İstanbul'un fethi. 6 Nisan 1920'de Anadolu Ajansı'nın kuruluşu. 6 Nisan 1941'de Almanya'nın Yugoslavya ve Yunanistan'ı işgali.
Creator
Feridun Fazıl Tülbentçi
Description
About the conquest of Bursa by Ottoman sultan Orhan Ghazi in 6 April 1326. About the Atillâ's seizure of Meche in France in 6 April 451. About the establishment of Anatolian News Agency on April 6, 1920. conquest of İstanbul by Ottoman Sultan Mehmed II in 6 April 1453
Issue Date
1948-04-06
Language
Turkish
Subject
Location
SALT Research
URI
https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/21981
Collections
Type
Format
22,5-29,4 cm, Typewritten
Number of Scanned Documents
1
Identifier
FFT757132
Rights
Open Access
Accrual Method
Purchase

RIGHTS STATEMENT

SALT is a partner of Flickr Commons. All visual materials within Flickr Commons and digitized by SALT Research which are accessible via saltresearch.org are shared under the Creative Commons license:

This material is provided solely for the purpose of individual research. It can be used under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0) license. The terms specified hereunder:

• The creator or the licensor of the work should be stated in all copies,
• Copies of documents, or documents created from copies can not be used commercially,
• Documents can not be remixed, transformed or built upon.

For each use, credits should be given as stated in the record.
(e.g. SALT Research, Harika-Kemali Söylemezoğlu Archive)

For any rights requests outside of personal research purposes, please contact SALT Research via salt.research@saltonline.org