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Tosun Saral

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  1. Sorry mates this is not masonic. As I wrote above all masonic bijou must have a masonic sign on it. It is imitation. Only masons can understand if an object is masonic or not. Sorry I insist.
  2. this is not masonic. There is no single masonic sign on it. All masonic badges have masonic signs.
  3. After fighting alone 1000 year on 3 continents and 7 seas againts 11 empires such as Araps, Byzanz the East Roman Empire, Persians, Serbs, Bulgars, Hungarians Habsburs, Germans, Russians, French and British Mustafa Kemal Atatürk quoted "Peace at home, peace at whole world." In Turkish "Yurtta sulh, cihanda sulh"
  4. Signal Units Signal Lt Tosun Saral in 1970 Signal Officer Cadet Tosun Saral in April 1970
  5. Cavalry have silvery collar Lt in 1947 in full dress Esad Pasha during Turkih War of Independance A Turkish Camel raider in 1916
  6. My collection: http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.489835947735.270207.690342735&type=3
  7. The 4th officer is not Kaptein Karl-Ingwar NANDRUP but Turkish Gendarm Col. Ali Galip Bey (LtGen Pasiner) He was ordered to reorganize the Turkish Gendarm amd police. http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=393932062735&set=a.393930662735.174435.690342735&type=3&theater
  8. Oh very nice! That would be very nice for him to meet very important Turkish military historians. A note for members: Our table is open to everyone wo likes to join. We sit and drink and discuss military history at our table.
  9. My colection: Austro-Hungarians at Turkish service http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10150276525602736.336611.690342735&type=3
  10. My album: http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10150246568687736.327392.690342735&type=3 German Officers in Turkish army wearing Turkish uniform My collection is for every good men.
  11. My NCO and Petty Offiers album collection in http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.489835947735.270207.690342735&type=3 Every good men can use my collection mentioning my name.
  12. Demir dont forget me to at to the lunch Happy New Year to all
  13. They are not Turkish but Iranian durng WWII
  14. O la la! The Döner in Korea. The thin apparat seen in front is for charcoal döner. A rare picture of Döner. Thanks Denizyaran.
  15. This insignia is not Turkish. This must be a Bosnian or Turkmenistan insignia. Bosnaian are moslems and have strong relation to Turks. Turcomans (crim tataren, turcic people of Soviet union ect) fought againts russian under german uniform during WWII.
  16. Hi Peter, and Demir, Demir nice to meet you again virtually although we are living in same city. Yes Peter you are right uniforms are American . this american uniform was not worn by all the trrops in the Turkish Army, just the ones who served in Korea. You may find exambles of real Turlish uniformsin our following page. http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10150383067292736&set=o.180766336685&type=1#!/groups/koresavasi/ Turkish uniforms were axackly like this when they went to Korea. Please visit my albums at facebook http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=101503830672927
  17. The model of Turkish soldier who fought at Korea is a fabrication. 1- The North star badge is a fabrication. Manufactured by an un educated and unknowledhed tailor. The original badge you see in my post. 2- Tropical lightning is also falsch. wrong and fabrication. Again we face an unknowledable tailor. 3- The uniform is fabrication. Unfortunately the assaciation find an uniform of the year 1970's. 4- the 1st class soldiers red stripes are wrong. That kind of stripes never used in Korea.
  18. General Van Fleet decorated the standart of the 241st Infantry Regiment with badge of "distinguieshed Unit" in June 21st 1951. The names of units that were attached to Turkish Brigade: Turkish Brigade UN's officers attached to Turkish Brigade US A Company of 79th Tank Battalion attached to Turkish Brigade US D Company of 89th Middle Tank battalion attached to Turkish Brigade US3rd Team of A Battary of 25th Antiaircraft battalion attached to Turkish Brigade. source: Colonel Celal Dora "Kore savasinda Turkler" (Turks in Korean War) p.395 We are discussing this topic at anothr
  19. Colonel Celal Dora the commander of 241th Turkish Regiment in Korea with Captain Halim Irsoy (his aid) and communication officer 2nd Lt. Seref Unuvar under the banner of the Regiment. Originally the Turkish Brigade in Korea had one standart. It was the standart of 241st Infantry Regiment. Would our friend Demir inform ud why and why the Turkish General Staff changed the name of The Turkish Standart as "Kore T.S.K."
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