During the War of Independence, Istanbul was also occupied by the enemy. However, the Treaty of Lausanne signed on 24 1923, the Entente began to separate these lands on July. On October 6, 1923, with the entry of the 3rd Corps into Istanbul, the city of the city became definite. Here is the date of the Liberation of Istanbul on October 6th…
WHEN IS ISTANBUL Liberated?
The occupation of Istanbul first started on 13 November 1918 in a de facto sense. After the signing of the Lausanne Peace Treaty, the Liberation of Istanbul was declared on October 6, 1923.
OCTOBER 6 ISTANBUL’S Liberation BRIEF
Allied state navies anchored in front of Haydarpaşa on 13 November 1918 and entered Istanbul on the Mudros Armistice Agreement signed on 30 October. The occupation, which had actually taken place, was turned into an official settlement on March 16, 1920. When it was occupied in 4 years, 10 months and 23 days, it started to leave Istanbul from the Entente as of August 23, 1923, after the Lausanne Peace Treaty on July 24, 1923. The Last Entente unit stopped saluting the Turkish flag with a demonstration at Dolmabahçe Palace on October 4, 23. On October 6, 1923, with the entry of the 3rd Corps under the command of Şükrü Naili Pasha, he gained his freedom.
The occupation lasted 4 years, 10 months and 23 days. 6 of each year was determined as the preparation day of Istanbul and started to be celebrated.