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  1. 1.ATATURK’s MOSELEUM and The War of Independence Museum - ANITKABIR – ANKARA Address: Anıtkabir-ANKARA http://www.tsk.tr/8_faydali_bilgiler/8_1_anitkabir_ing/atatukvekurtulussavasimuzesi.html 2. WAR OF INDEPENDENCE MUSEUM – 1. TBMM Binası Address: Fevzi Paşa Mah. Cumhuriyet Bulvarı No:1, Ulus - Ankara Turkey‎ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/War_of_Independence_Museum 3. MILITARY MUSEUM IN ISTANBUL - İSTANBUL ASKERİ MÜZESİ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Istanbul_Military_Museum Address: Askeri Müze ve Kültür Sitesi Komutanlığı, Valikonağı Caddesi Harbiye, Şişli, İstanbul 4. Istanbul Naval Museum – Deniz Müzesi a. http://www.denizmuzeleri.tsk.tr/en/ (all Naval Museums in Turkey) b. http://www.denizmuzeleri.tsk.tr/en/idmk/ (İstanbul) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Istanbul_Naval_Museum Address: Hayrettin İskelesi Sok. 80690 Beşiktaş, Istanbul, Turkey 5. Istanbul Aviation Museum - Hava Müzesi http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Istanbul_Aviation_Museum Address: Yeşilköy, 34149 Bakırköy/İstanbul, Turkey
  2. Hi everbody, I have a medal order but i don't know it's a fake or not. I think it's a Medjidie medal so an old order (1830-1861), but the stones here seem to be rhinestone. Do somebody have any informations about what it could be?
  3. Hello, I get a group of an austrian officer, he got five ottoman empire decoration, two are missing (gallipoli star and order of the ottoman empire third class with swords?) attached pictures of the three other orders: regards daniel
  4. Dear Ottoman Militaria Collector Friends, I would like to share my information about the Ottoman Army belt buckles. OTTOMAN BELT BUCKLES DURING WW1 During the WW1 the Ottoman Army used M1909 belt buckle which was originated from German M1895, produced of brass (Type A) (pressed to obtain the obverse figure) or brass with an attached nickel-silver front plate (Type B). The buckle is 45 mm. (app. 1 ¾ inches). On the buckle there is a star and crescent with the Ottoman script "Asakir-i Sahane" (Asakry Shahanah) (Sultans Army-Ottoman Army) on it. Now, if you have seen or have several Ottoman Army belt buckles you may have noticed that there are two types of script. The text on the right side of the crescent may differ. Although, the meaning is same "Asakir-i Sahane", the style is different. Please check the pictures below. As you see the bottom buckle has a big stretched "S" type figure (type S) while the one on the top has a "SL" style figure (SL type). Sincerely I don't know which one is earlier made. The pictures of "S type", Type A and B are from my collection. Best wishes Demir Erman Type "SL" and Type "S"
  5. When visiting a museum some years ago, think it was in Paris, I saw a painting of a man wearing a group of decorations with a Turkish award unknown to me. I did made some effort trying to figure out what is was with all the online ressources I could find - but failed. For some strange reason I only took this photo and not the full picture, Now I have bought this little group, and what I believe must be an Turkish award resembles the one on the painting although it seems to be inverted. Again I have failed to find out what it is. The Order of Saint Louis is not a miniature, but seems to be a "reduction" beeing 25 mm wide and is worn from a combined ribbon where the Turkish ribbon appears as well. The Turkish award is 20 *33 mm. Now I have the following questions: 1. What is it I have here? 2. Given the size, is it a full size award, a "reduction" or a miniature? 3. Is this the same decoration as on the painting, a different class or ...? The painter could have inverted it by mistake? If not, what is the person on the painting wearing? Regards, Lars Now some closeup photos:
  6. When a friend of ours from GMIC asked information about a Turkish Military badge, I noticed that there is a need to satart a subject by this name. Please feel free to contribute and ask questions and I will try to find. Metal and fabric Best wishes Demir Note: Translations maybe wrong since I am not in the miltary. Top row from left: 1. Combat Search and Rescue (left) and Special Forces - (MAK) Muharebe Arama Kurtarma Brövesi ve (ÖKK) Özel Kuvvetler Brövesi 2. Combat Search and Rescue 3. Frogman - Balık Adam Brövesi 4. Frogman- Balık Adam Brövesi 5. Bomb Demolition Expert - Bomba İmha Uzmanı 6. Bomb Demolition Expert - Bomba İmha Uzmanı 7. Marine - Deniz Piyade Lower row from left 1. EOD- Explosive Ordnance Disposal - patlayıcı madde imha brövesi 2. EOD- Explosive Ordnance Disposal - patlayıcı madde imha brövesi 3. EOD- Explosive Ordnance Disposal Specialist (Surveyer) - Patlayıcı Madde İmha Sürveyanı
  7. Deruelle

    My first TWM

    Hi everybody Please find my new TWM . There is no hallmark on it. It seems to be an original. I appreciate your comments on it. Christophe the back close up
  8. Hi, Between 1909 and 1916 military doctors had black collars with esculape signs and pharmacists had bay leaf. A doctor (left) and a pharmacist lieutenant. (photo1) Doctors and NCO in the field with red crescent arm band according to the international regulation.(photo 2) After 1916, the colour of the collars were same colour as the uniform but had purplish red colour band at the edge (photo 3) with esculape snake (at the corner of photo 3) signs. Red Crescent Doctors and Officials had a red crescent sign on their uniform collars. According to the regulation Doctors have been appointed with the rank of Captain and Medical students have been appointed with lower NCO ranks and those who had good employment records have been promoted to lieutenants after six months. Red Crescent Doctor Captain İsmail Hakkı while he was at the Eastern (Turkey) Front. (Photo 4) (collection Iclal Orses) Red Crescent also had Officials with Red Crescent signs on their uniforms regardless to their education. In the photo: A law faculty graduate journalist Feridun Kandemir who was a Red Crescent Official in a Red Crescent Hospital in Medina. (Photo 5) (source Tosun Saral) Nurses (Photo 6-7) (What ever I do system insisted in arranging the photos according its own wish so: photos top: 7-6-5 middle: 3-1 bottom: 2-4 )
  9. These are not that common Nice set with 4th class St.George and Port-Arthur cross
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  11. Miloš Obrenović I, Prince of Serbia is wearing on his neck the Ottoman Neck Order - Murassa Tasvir-i Humayun - The Potrait of the Sultan with Jewels (which is considered as the first order or medal) which was established by Sultan Mahmud II (20 July 1789 – 1 July 1839) The Order has the potrait of the Sultan Mahmud II on it. Miloš Obrenović I, Prince of Serbia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Milo%C5%A1_Obrenovi%C4%87_I,_Prince_of_Serbia Miloš Obrenović (pronounced [mîlɔʃ ɔbrɛ̌ːnɔʋitɕ]) (Serbian Cyrillic: Милош Обреновић; Anglicised: Milosh Obrenovich; born Miloš Teodorović[1]) (18 March 1780 [7 March o.s.] – 26 September 1860) was Prince of Serbia from 1815 to 1839, and again from 1858 to 1860. He participated in the First Serbian Uprising, led Serbs in the Second Serbian Uprising, and founded the House of Obrenović. Under his rule, Serbia became an autonomous principality within the Ottoman Empire. Prince Miloš ruled autocratically, permanently refusing to share power. During his rule, he was the richest man in Serbia and one of the richest in the Balkans.
  12. Hello, Please add the films you know about Gallipoli and WWI Turkey. Please indicate it, if it is documentary. Let me start with: TELL ENGLAND Mustafa Kemal Atatürk liked the film when he saw it on 22.1.1932. Tell England – 1931 | 80mins | War | B&W Plot Synopsis http://www.britmovie...ll-England_1931 Edgar Doe and Rupert Ray, boyhood friends, enlist in the British army at the outbreak of war in 1914. Both receive commissions and are sent eventually as part of the Mediterranean Expeditionary Force to Gallipoli The horrors of war begin slowly to damp their romantic enthusiasm, and Doe, the more idealistic and sensitive of the two is nerve racked by months of inactivity and then by the cruel slaughter of his men by a Turkish trench mortar. He quarrels with Ray (a young, inarticulate Englishman) who has been promoted to captain, and breaks down; he regains self-confidence on learning that he has been chosen to lead a raid on the Turkish trenches. Doe goes over the top, is seriously wounded, but manages single-handed to put the trench mortar post out of action. Soon after his death, the British withdraw from Gallipoli. The expedition has been a military blunder and only the scores of English graves left behind commemorate a tragic campaign. Excerpt© ‘Puffin Asquith’ by R.J. Minney. Production Team Anthony Asquith: director Geoffrey Barkas: director Arthur Woods: Art Direction Teddy Baird: Asst Director Jack Parker: Cinematography James Rogers: Cinematography Stanley Rodwell: Cinematography Mary Field: Editing H Bruce Woolfe: Producer Anthony Asquith: Script Victor Peers: Sound Cast Carl Harbord: Edgar Doe Tony Bruce: Rupert Ray Fay Compton: Mrs Doe Dennis Hoey: The Padre CM Hallard: The Colonel Frederick Lloyd: Captain Hardy Gerald Rawlinson: Lieut Doon Lionel Hedges: Sims Sam Wilkinson: Booth Wally Patch: Sgt Instructor
  13. Dear Gentlemen, I came across this Turkish naval dagger and wonder if it is authentic. I'm suspicious since engraved decoration on the scabbard is missing according to pictures I found in couple of books and internet. Can anyone help on identifying this? Thank you in advance!
  14. Hi Gents, Just a small announce...For those of you who do not afraid of Russian language. "Gallipoli Star (Eiserner Halbmond)" by K.Nikolayev. Russian language. Hardcover, 470 pages, full colored. The best book on the subject at the moment. 167 badges from 55 different makers are described and classified, plus miniatures, award lists, bars, ribbon bars etc. As an additional clause the book includes a graphic table of designs for easier comparison and identification of maker. Some pics.
  15. Has anyone ever encountered a bejeweled Osmanieh order like that? I wonder about the imperfections on the golden border, visible on the reverse...
  16. Officer Rank Insignia used in the Turkish Army 1909 - 2012 By : Instructor Col. Kadir Türker GEÇER Silahlı Kuvvetler Dergisi (Journal of the Turkish Armed Forces) Ocak (January) 2012, ANKARA,TURKEY Sayı (Issue No): 411 Pages 68-85, Edited by: Demir Erman Please download it from Documents Archive of GMIC http://gmic.co.uk/index.php/files/file/37-rank-insignia-used-in-the-turkish-army-since-1909/ Regards Demir
  17. 1 st degree Mecidie Order (breast) with sash and at the end of the sash Mecidie order, Turkish uniform Admiral Sir Douglas Austin Gamble KCVO (8 November 1856 - 23 May 1934) was a Royal Navy officer who commanded the 4th Battle Squadron. Gamble became Naval Advisor to the Turkish Government in 1909 and Commander of the 6th Cruiser Squadron in 1910.[1]He then served in World War I as Commander of the 4th Battle Squadron with his flag in the battleship HMS Benbow from 1914[3] before joining the Naval War Staff at the Admiralty in 1915 and retiring in 1917. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Douglas_Gamble
  18. If I'm correct the rank is Lt. Colonel of the Jandarma (Gendarmerie). Anybody can tell me the meaning of the patches? Thanks in advance!
  19. Hi there, from a man who died in 1903 there is only one of twelve awards left. For five of six Prussian and Wuerttemberg meanwhile we found out that the regulations said that the award has to be returned. The man also got the 3rd and 2nd class of the Order of Medjidje . Does anybody know if there was a obligation of return for this order? Thanks. Michael
  20. Guys, Looking over all the stuff in the medal frame, I thought I would post this up. I have just been reading an article in the May/Jun International militaria-Magazine about these. I had no idea there were so many variations out there to collect. Jock
  21. Hello, I suggest this service for Ottoman document translations into todays Turkish. Documents will be translated into English or may be other languages. http://ottomandocument.blogspot.com.tr/ Regards Demir
  22. Hello Gents, I´ve got a German 12 place medal bar with four Ottoman orders / medals. My suggestions: - Medjidie order 5th class - Tahlisiye medal - Iftihar / Sanayi medal - Liyakat medal Am I right ?!
  23. Gentlemen please help me to translate this award document.
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