Ottoman Military College

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The Ottoman Military College or Imperial Military Staff College or Ottoman Army War College ( or Erkân-ı Harbiye Mektebi), was a two-year military staff college of the Ottoman Empire.wikipedia
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Turkish Military Academy

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It is not to be confused with Ottoman Military College, Army War College (Kara Harp Akademisi), Armed Forces College, (Silahlı Kuvvetler Akademisi) or the National Security College (Milli Güvenlik Akademisi).

Pangaltı

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The Ottoman Army War College founded by Sultan Mahmud II had its headquarters in this city quarter from 1848.

Osman Nuri Pasha

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Osman attended the Beşiktaş Military High School and then graduated from the Ottoman Military College in 1852 as a Lieutenant, entering the Cavalry Arm at the beginning of the Crimean War.

Military of the Ottoman Empire

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Its mission was to educate staff officers for the Ottoman Army.
The Ottoman Military College in Istanbul was the Ottoman Empire's two-year military staff college, which aimed to educate staff officers for 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.

Mustafa Kemal Atatürk

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He later graduated from the Ottoman Military College in Constantinople on 11 January 1905.

Aziz Ali al-Misri

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Al-Misri trained at the Ottoman Military Academy, where he graduated in 1901, and moved onto the Staff College of the Ottoman Army.

Kâzım Karabekir

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He continued his education at the Ottoman Military College, which he finished on 6 December 1902 at the top of his class.

Hafiz Hakki Pasha

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He graduated from the Ottoman Military Academy second in his class (Fahreddin was first, Enver was fourth, Mahmud Kâmil was eighth) and graduated from the Ottoman Military College first in his class (Enver was second, Mahmud Kâmil was fourth, Fahreddin was seventh) on 5 December 1902.

Süleyman Askerî

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He graduated from the Ottoman Military Academy in 1902 and graduated from the Ottoman Military College on 5 November 1905 as Distinguished Captain (Mümtaz Yüzbaşı ).

Ismail Hakkı Berkok

He lost his parents early, but in spite of all the difficulties Ismail Berkok yet graduated from high school and enrolled in the Ottoman Military College, which he graduated from in 1910.

Staff college

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The Ottoman Military College or Imperial Military Staff College or Ottoman Army War College ( or Erkân-ı Harbiye Mektebi), was a two-year military staff college of the Ottoman Empire.

Ottoman Empire

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The Ottoman Military College or Imperial Military Staff College or Ottoman Army War College ( or Erkân-ı Harbiye Mektebi), was a two-year military staff college of the Ottoman Empire.

Istanbul

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It was located in Constantinople (now Istanbul).

Fatih

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Beşiktaş

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Yıldız Technical University

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Kâğıthane

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