We wish peace and happiness to all children of the world on this special day! Tüm dünya çocuklarına barış ve mutluluk diliyoruz!
Join us for two events Event 1 : Saturday, May 19, 2018, 1:00 PM Atatürk Statue Washington, D.C. Event 2 : Saturday, May 19, 2018, 3:00 – 5:00 PM American University Washington, D.C. Reception: 6:00 – 9:00 PM
We are celebrating with great pride, the 98th anniversary of the formation of the Turkish Grand National Assembly in April 23,1920, and the Children’s Day! This meaningful day that Atatürk gave us as a national holiday is the day that symbolizes the Turkish nation’s freedom, and the the first step toward the creation of the […]CONTINUE READING →
“Beni görmek demek, mutlaka yüzümü görmek demek değildir. Benim fikirlerimi, benim duygularımı anlıyorsanız ve hissediyorsanız, bu kâfidir.” ~ Mustafa Kemal ATATÜRK ~ Gazi Mustafa Kemal Atatürk’ü ilelebet yaşatmak, onu anlamak ve anlatmaktır. Onun ilkelerine, devrimlerine ve kurduğu cumhuriyete sahip çıkmak Türk Milletinin en büyük onurudur. Milletinin gönlünde ebediyen yaşayan ATA’ mızın manevi huzurunda en derin […]CONTINUE READING →
October 29, 1923…. It is the date Turkey was declared to be a republic, and the great visionary leader Mustafa Kemal Ataturk was elected its first president. Mustafa Kemal’s strategic vision and his genius created a nation which was founded on the principals of freedom, democracy, secularism and the rule of law. He saw these […]CONTINUE READING →
95 years ago, on August 30th, 1922, Turkish National Movement won the final battle of the Turkish War of Independence, against the invading armies. This final battle in Dumlupınar was led by Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, the founder of the Turkish Republic. August 30th, Victory Day is a reminder of the boundless bravery and sacrifice individuals […]CONTINUE READING →