Today in history: 2 February 1922 Concession granted in return for financial aid requested from the USA.

February 2, 1922 American Assistant Trade Commissioner Gillespie, who came to Ankara on December 26, wrote in his report to the US Department of Commerce, “Nationalist, the government is seeking commercial relations with the USA and financial aid. In return, he will be able to give concessions. He will be able to give his mining rights to the railway company in an area of ​​20 km on both sides of the railway to be built. A consensus can be reached on capitulations in peace talks. Such a compromise should be written so skillfully that it can escape the eyes of the Assembly and the people. ”

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