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Martyrs´ Day
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10.       thehandsom
7403 posts
 18 Mar 2013 Mon 06:38 pm

 

Quoting AlphaF

The school is still there Yelow and black colors still fly. Any one can check the story...even by telephone.

 

Why dont you tell us stories from your own ancestors ? You still keep that shiny French uniform of your grand father ?

 

 

That is what I meant earlier..

This is the other step : Accusing others from being another nation as if other nations are not worthy.

Two soldiers´ picture seems to be a fake picture. Why dont you accept it and apologise. 

As I said, we Turks dont need anything FAKE to be proud of ourselves.. Abit of knowledge in our history would be enough.

 

11.       elenagabriela
2040 posts
 18 Mar 2013 Mon 06:48 pm

 

Quoting tunci

 

 

 

 

They are two nameless heroes  of  Gallipoli war. In fact , we call them all as  one name " Mehmetcik" [Mehmet]  .. It is the name we call the "Turkish Soldier" .

 

May they rest in peace.

 

 

 

Amin...

12.       suzanne2013
30 posts
 19 Mar 2013 Tue 06:37 am

 

Quoting tunci

 

 

 

 

They are two nameless heroes  of  Gallipoli war. In fact , we call them all as  one name " Mehmetcik" [Mehmet]  .. It is the name we call the "Turkish Soldier" .

 

May they rest in peace.

 

 

Thanks Tunci. Huzur içinde yat Mehmetçikler.

Living in Australia we have a huge national awareness of the war. I think its interesting as the battle was a defining moment in both Turkish and Australian history.

There is a lot of information available both in turkish and english on the anzac website for anyone who is interested

http://www.anzacsite.gov.au/2visiting/tr/trtdardanelles.html

 

 



Edited (3/19/2013) by suzanne2013 [spelling errors]

13.       AlphaF
5677 posts
 19 Mar 2013 Tue 09:02 am

 

Quoting thehandsom

 

 

That is what I meant earlier..

This is the other step : Accusing others from being another nation as if other nations are not worthy.

Two soldiers´ picture seems to be a fake picture. Why dont you accept it and apologise. 

As I said, we Turks dont need anything FAKE to be proud of ourselves.. Abit of knowledge in our history would be enough.

 

 

Cut the crap !......Why dont you visit or call the god damn school and investigate..?

 

14.       AlphaF
5677 posts
 19 Mar 2013 Tue 12:37 pm

Turks had to sacrifice the best part (most educated, most able bodied) of their population in this war.

The question that most Turks seem to avaid on this issue is "WHY DID WE HAVE TO DEFEND THE STRAIT IN THE FIRST PLACE ? WAS GALLIPOLI WAR INEVITABLE OR THE RESULT OF SOME IDIOTIC OR PERHAPS TREACHEROUS POLITICAL MANIPULATIONS"

 

My own question is "WHY dont we like to discuss this point?"

 

Anyone with answers ?

15.       thehandsom
7403 posts
 19 Mar 2013 Tue 03:35 pm

 

Quoting AlphaF

 

 

Cut the crap !......Why dont you visit or call the god damn school and investigate..?

 

 

What did I say? I said :"..

http://wowturkey.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=106949

This is a Turkish website and it says the picture is a fake picture. Actually the picture was mentioned as a fake picture long time ago.

.."

I was right. You were wrong..You should apologise.

 

http://cdncms.zaman.com.tr/2012/08/17/el-opme.jpg

 

16.       AlphaF
5677 posts
 20 Mar 2013 Wed 03:39 pm

KİM SATTI BİZİ ?

Çanakkale Savaşı bir kahramanlık destanıdır, Cumhuriyetimizin filizlendiği yerdir, böyle bir destanı kaç ulus yazabilir?..
İyi ama daha şehitlerin kanı kurumadan bir basiretsizliğin, gafletin, ihanetin sonunda, padişahın tuğrası ile düşmanın salına salına Çanakkale’den geçip İstanbul sokaklarında devriye gezmeye başladığını niçin kimse anlatmıyor o kürsülerden?..
Nasıl oldu?..
Niçin?..
Hangi ihanetlerle o şehitleri bir kez daha vurdular?..

Bekir Coşkun (19/03/2013 )

 

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17.       AlphaF
5677 posts
 20 Mar 2013 Wed 05:35 pm

Today is a special and meaningful day for us. It is Martyrs´  Day, remembering all Martyrs that died for this country.

 

Müslümanlıktan başka hiçbir dinde "şehitlik" kavramı olmadığı için, müslüman ülke dilleri dışındaki dillerde bu kavrama karşı gelebilecek bir kelime de yoktur.

Sehven fakat yaygın olarak kullanılan "martyr" kelimesi ile Hristiyanlığın ilk zamanlarında paganların eza ederek öldürdükleri (öldürülenlerin kendi iradeleri dışında) hristiyanları anlatır; kendi iradesi ile vatan savunması ile ilgili tehlikeli bir görev/çatışmaya katılıp ölenler anlatılmaz.

Bu konuda daha derin bilgiye sahip olanların katkılarını beklerim.

18.       alameda
3499 posts
 21 Mar 2013 Thu 12:55 am

May they all rest in peace...I have known some of those boy soldiers as grown men, the ones who lived. The scars were deep, they were haunted all their lives, too often reliving the horrors of war.. 

Boy soldiers of WWI

 

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