Imperial School of Military Engineering

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The Imperial School of Military Engineering was an Ottoman military engineering academy in Hasköy, Constantinople.wikipedia
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Humbaracı

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The location was chosen its Hasköy due to its remoteness at the time to prevent students, along with humbaracıs and lağımcıs that were to be located adjacent to the school from coming into contact with the Janissaries in Constantinople.
On 1795, the garrison was expanded to include the Imperial School of Military Engineering.

Ishak Efendi

Ishak Effendi
Later, under head instructor (Başhoca) Ishak Efendi, who was an 1815 graduate of the school and had been appointed the deputy principal of the then-principal Hüseyin Rıfkı Tamani in 1816, and who oversaw the school between 1830 until his death in 1836, the school saw great improvement and an attempt to apply the curriculum of French schools of engineering.
As part of Sultan Mahmud II's attempts to modernize the Empire, in 1816 he was appointed instructor (hence his title of hoca, "master, teacher") at the Imperial School of Military Engineering (predecessor of the Istanbul Technical University).

Istanbul Technical University

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Istanbul Technical University, itself a successor of the High Engineering School, is a direct successor of the Mühendishâne-i Berrî-i.

Ottoman Empire

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The Imperial School of Military Engineering was an Ottoman military engineering academy in Hasköy, Constantinople.

Hasköy, Beyoğlu

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The Imperial School of Military Engineering was an Ottoman military engineering academy in Hasköy, Constantinople.

Istanbul

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The Imperial School of Military Engineering was an Ottoman military engineering academy in Hasköy, Constantinople.

Selim III

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It was opened in 1795 during the reign of Selim III and continued functioning until 1928, until the opening of the High Engineering School (Yüksek Mühendislik Mektebi).

Nizam-I Cedid

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It was formed as an important institution in the Nizam-I Cedid reforms and was formed with the expansion of the Imperial Naval Engineering School (Mühendishâne-i Bahrî-i Hümâyun), which had been the first modern engineering school of the Ottoman Empire and the only one to precede the Imperial School of Military Engineering.

Janissaries

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The location was chosen its Hasköy due to its remoteness at the time to prevent students, along with humbaracıs and lağımcıs that were to be located adjacent to the school from coming into contact with the Janissaries in Constantinople.

Calligraphy

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In the first year, the students studied calligraphy, spelling, painting, Arabic, French, numbers and an introduction to geometry.

Kâzım Orbay

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He graduated from Mühendishâne-i Berrî-i Hümâyûn (Imperial School of Military Engineering) joined the army in the rank of an artillery lieutenant in 1904.

İsmet İnönü

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Ismet graduated from the Imperial School of Military Engineering (Mühendishane-i Berrî-i Hümâyûn) in 1903 as gunnery officer, and received his first military assignment in the Ottoman Army.

Wehib Pasha

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Vehib himself graduated from the Imperial School of Military Engineering (Mühendishane-i Berrî-i Hümâyûn) in 1899, then from the Ottoman Military College (Staff College, Mekteb-i Erkân-ı Harbiye-i Şâhâne) as a staff captain and joined the Fourth Army, which was then stationed in Yemen.

Mihran Azaryan

He was the son of Bedros Azaryan, an Ottoman Armenian, who was a graduate of the Imperial School of Military Engineering in Hasköy, Constantinople.