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Diary October 19, 1939

Turkish soldiers WW2
Turkish soldiers in WW2
War Diary for Thursday, October 19, 1939:


Anglo-French-Turkish Treaty of Mutual Assistance signed. The treaty is aimed primarily against Russia, which was always been interested in Istanbul and the Dardanelles as a gateway to the Mediterranean. Turkey receives back the Sandzak of Alexandretta in northern Syria, which she had lost in World War One to France.

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