Today in History: April 7, 1917 with the Bedouins commanded by Lavrence.

Today in History

April 7, 1917 A battalion of 13 Egyptian artillery, along with the Bedouins commanded by Lavvrence, damaged 20 rails and several telegraph poles between Müderric-Gifye. The attacks have not been cut back.
With the law numbered 7 on April 1934, 2401; Adana-Toprakkale-İskenderun, Toprakkale-Fevzipaşa-Meydanıekbez (Border I), Çobanbeyli (Border II) -Nusaybin (border III) and Derbesiye-Mardin lines according to the protocol of October 20, 1932 and with the law numbered 8 dated June 1933, 2285. The operation of Banbeyli-Nusaybin and Derbesiye-Mardin lines was given to Cenup Demiryolları Türk AŞ. When the concession period expired on January 1, 1948, he became the State Railways administration.


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