1935-1936

1935-1936

01-Jan-35 The Istanbul Pier Company was purchased by the government.
02-Feb-35 Ayasofya (St. Sophia) museum was opened to the public.
18-Feb-35 The regulation informing the application of the “law stating for not wearing certain clothing” was published.
01-Mar-35 Atatürk was selected a fourth time for the Presidency of the Republic.
01-Mar-35 The Turkish Grand National Assembly began its 5th term works with the participation of its first woman deputy members.
01-Mar-35 Atatürk Statue was opened in Kayseri.
09-Apr-35 With the governmental decree number 2/2295, new names of the military ranks (the present day ranks) were determined.
18-Apr-35 International Women Congress was held at Istanbul.
27-May-35 The law stating the national holidays and general rest days was accepted in the Turkish Grand National Assembly.
02-Jun-35 The former Minister of Education and the ambassador Vasif Cinar died.
14-Jun-35 The law stating the “Duties and the organization of the Directorate of the Religious Affairs” was accepted in the Turkish Grand National Assembly.
14-Jun-35 The law for the “establishment of the Mineral Investigation and Research Institute” was accepted in the Turkish Grand National Assembly.
14-Jun-35 The “Etibank Law” was accepted in the Turkish Grand National Assembly.
14-Jun-35 The law for establishing the “Electric Works Research Management” was accepted in the Turkish Grand National Assembly.
05-Aug-35 Fevzi Pasha-Ergani railway opened for service.
16-Sep-35 The Kayseri Clothing Factory was opened.
13-Oct-35 The Masonic Lodges in Turkey were closed down by the Ministry of Internal Affairs.
21-Oct-35 The youth of the Istanbul University executed a protest meeting for the assassination attempt prepared against Atatürk by Cerkez Ethem and his brothers.
23-Nov-35 The management of the Istanbul Halic (Golden horn) Company ended its works and the company was passed to the municipality.
29-Nov-35 Pasabahce Bottle and Glass Factry was opened.
09-Jan-36 Language, History and Geography Faculty was opened by Atatürk.
20-Jan-36 During the Industry Congress held in Ankara, the basis of the second Five Year Industry Plan was accepted.
25-Jan-36 After the agreement made with the Istanbul Steam Boat Company, the cabotage was passed to the Maritime Management.
06-Feb-36 The Turkish Flag started to sway in the Winter Olympic Games in Garmisch Parten-Kirchen for the first time.
21-Feb-36 The Izmir Gas Company was opened.
24-Mar-36 The Victory Monument was opened in Afyon.
25-Mar-36 Afyon-Karakuyu, Bozanönü-Isparta railways opened for service.
09-Apr-36 Istanbul Telephone Company was purchased.
06-May-36 Ankara Government Conservatory was established.
29-May-36 The Turkish Flag law was accepted.
01-Jun-36 The “Banking Law” was accepted in the Turkish Grand National Assembly.
08-Jun-36 As a first important step towards the Social Rights and to the Social Security, “The Labour Law” was accepted.
20-Jul-36 The Montreux Convention for the Straits was signed. After this convention, Turkey had regained absolute control over the waterways and the Turkish soldiers entered the nonmilitary zones.
11-Aug-36 In the Olympic Games in Berlin, the Turkish Republic got its first gold Olympic medal.
24-Aug-36 The third Turkish Language assembly gathered at Dolmabahce Palace.
01-Sep-36 Atatürk explained his views of “State Socialism”.
04-Sep-36 Atatürk donated his farms to the State, and some of his real estate to the Municipality of Ankara.
4-6 September 1936 The king of Great Britain, Edward the 8th, visited Atatürk in Istanbul.
26-Oct-36 One of the former commanders of the Independence War, General Sükrü Naili Gökberk died.
01-Nov-36 Atatürk explained his views on the “Land Law”.
03-Nov-36 The Cubuk Dam opened in Ankara.
06-Nov-36 The first Paper and Cardboard factory opened in Izmit.
28-Nov-36 The contract was signed for purchasing the Eregli Coal Company by the government.
29-Nov-36 The Revolution History lessons began in the Law Faculty of Ankara University.
10-Dec-36 The Turkish anthracite factory was opened with ceremony in Zonguldak.
27-Dec-36 The poet of the National Anthem, Mehmet Akif Ersoy died.

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