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Ismet Inonu 1884-1973

Mustafa Ismet Inn (1884 - December 25, 1973) was a Turkish soldier, statesman and the second President of Turkey.

He was born in Izmir in a Kurdish family with descent in Malatya. Inn graduated from the Military Academy in 1903 and received his first military assignment in the Ottoman army. He won his first military victories by suppressing two major revolts against the struggling Ottoman Empire, first in Roumelia and second in Yemen. During World War I, he fought on the eastern front in Syria, then he was appointed as the commander of the western fronts. He was promoted to brigadier general after the "Battles of Inn", in which he successfully defended the central Anatolian territory against the Greek Army.

He made a career change by being chosen as the chief of the Turkish team in the Lausanne Negotiations. After the death of Atatrk his was the only name to replace him and he was elected as the second President of the Republic of Turkey. Previously, Inn had been Prime Minister of Turkey for several terms maintaining the system Atatrk had put in place. In 1950 his party lost the general election and presided over the peaceful transfer of power to the Democratic Party. Inn served for ten years as leader of the opposition before returning to power after the coup of 1960.

His son, Erdal Inn, is a former leader of the Republican People's Party and deputy prime minister of Turkey.


Preceded by:
Mustafa Kemal Atatrk
President of Turkey
1938–1950
Succeeded by:
Celal Bayar
Preceded by:
Rauf Orbay
Ali Fethi Okyar
Emin Fahrettin zdilek
Prime Minister of Turkey
1923–1924
1925–1937
1961–1965
Succeeded by:
Ali Fethi Okyar
Celal Bayar
Suad Hayri rgpl

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