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Flag of Dulkadiroğlu, two versions - Images by Tomislav Šipek, 11 November 2017
The former district municipality of Kahramanmaraş was split in 2014 into the two district municipalities of Dulkadiroğlu and Onikişubat.
The flag of Dulkadiroğlu is white with the municipality's emblem (photo), or blue, to be used vertically, with the municipality's emblem on a white disk (photo). "Belediyesi" means "Municipality".
Tomislav Šipek, 11 November 2017
Temporary flag of Dulkadiroğlu
Temporary flag of Dulkadiroğlu - Image by Tomislav Šipek, 31 March 2015
Before the adoption of the emblem, the municipality used a white flag with its name in the middle.
Tomislav Šipek, 31 March 2015
Former flags of Kahramanmaraş, most recent (left) and former (right) versions - Images by Jens Pattke, 7 December 2012
The flag of Kahramanmaraş (photo, photo) was white with the municipality's emblem. "Belediyesi" means " Municipality".
The former flag of Kahramanmaraş (photo) was white with the municipality's former emblem.
Oval gilt bronze medal with loop for ribbon suspension; the face with a
panorama of Ankara, a radiant rising sun beyond, a globe surrounded by working implements and an ox cart and drover in the foreground, dated
‘١٣٣٦’ (AH 1336 = AD 1918); the reverse with a relief map of Turkey, a five-pointed radiant star at Ankara with lines radiating to the major
Turkish cities, a plaque below dated ‘١٣٣٨’ (AH 1338 = AD 1920), all within a crescent with a five-pointed star above, a decorative scroll
below; on trifocals red ribbon for military recipients.
The new Turkish Assembly at Ankara approved the medal on 29 November 1920 and Law 66 was published on 4 April 1921, instituting the medal and suppressing all Ottoman decorations. The defeat of the Central Powers in World War I, of which the Ottoman Empire was one, hastened its final disintegration. A nationalist uprising led by Mustafa Kemal Pasha (Atatürk) fought against the terms of the Treaty of Sèvres which included the Greek occupation of İzmir, resulting in the Turkish War of Independence. On 23 April 1920 the new National Assembly met at Ankara for the first time and, following victory in two years of war with Greek and Allied forces and the remnants of Ottoman power, the Assembly abolished the Sultanate on 11 November 1922 and declared the Turkish Republic (Türkiye Cumhuriyeti), subsequently recognized by the Treaty of Lausanne, 24 July 1923.
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Tomislav Šipek & Ivan Sache, 19 January 2018