In memory of the 100th anniversary of the proclamation of the Republic in Turkey, with iPad Pro.

National struggle
The proclamation of the republic
Women's suffrage
The slogan "Peace at home, peace in the world" (Turkish "Yurtta sulh, cihanda sulh"[a]) was first pronounced by Mustafa Kemal Atatürk on 20 April 1931 to the public during his tours of Anatolia. This stance was later integrated and implemented as the foreign policy of the Republic of Turkey.
Keriman Halis Ece (February 16, 1913 – January 28, 2012) was a Turkish beauty pageant titleholder, pianist, and fashion model who won the Miss Turkey 1932 title. She was also crowned Miss Universe 1932 in Spa, Belgium and thus became Turkey's first Miss Universe.
Turkey's first domestic aircraft
National Sovereignty and Children's Day (Turkish: Ulusal Egemenlik ve Çocuk Bayramı) is a public holiday in Turkey commemorating the foundation of the Grand National Assembly of Turkey, on 23 April 1920.
Yaşar Erkan (30 April 1911 – 18 May 1986) was a Turkish sports wrestler, who won the first ever Olympic gold medal for Turkey in the Featherweight class of Men's Greco-Roman Wrestling. Yaşar Erkan is the first Olympic champion in Turkish history.
"Everyway That I Can" is the winning song of the Eurovision Song Contest 2003 sung in English by Sertab Erener for Turkey. 
The song ultimately won Eurovision Song Contest 2003 by a two-point margin, and went on to achieve commercial success throughout Europe, peaking at number 1 on singles charts in Greece, Sweden, and Turkey, as well as attaining top 10 peaks in Austria, Belgium, the Netherlands, Romania, and Spain. It continues to be ranked among the best Eurovision entries of all time.
Director Nuri Bilge Ceylan received an award at the Cannes Film Festival.
Aziz Sancar and Orhan Pamuk receiving Nobel Prizes
Turkish Women's National Team becoming World Champion
Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, also known as Mustafa Kemal Pasha until 1921, and Ghazi Mustafa Kemal from 1921 until the Surname Law of 1934 (c. 1881 – 10 November 1938), was a Turkish field marshal, revolutionary statesman, author, and the founding father of the Republic of Turkey, serving as its first president from 1923 until his death in 1938. He undertook sweeping progressive reforms, which modernized Turkey into a secular, industrializing nation. Ideologically a secularist and nationalist, his policies and socio-political theories became known as Kemalism. Due to his military and political accomplishments, Atatürk is regarded as one of the most important political leaders of the 20th century.
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