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  1. Dec 13, 2022 · The Wellington City Council Culture and Recreation Division Files provide information on the creation of Ataturk Memorial and the subsequent Rangitatau Historic Reserve. This includes the proposal and planning stages, as well as acquiring the surrounding land and developing it into a reserve.

  2. The Memorial comprises a marble crescent, a bust of Atatürk, inscriptions and soil from Anzac Cove. In 1999, a paved forecourt and path, also designed by Bowman, and gravel car parking areas were added with funding from the Turkish Government.

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  4. Kemal Ataturk commanded the Turkish forces at Gallipoli and later became the founder and first president of modern Turkey. This memorial honours him, as well as the heroism and sacrifice of both the Anzac and Turkish troops who took part in the bitterly fought campaign.

  5. The Anzac Memorial is a heritage-listed war memorial, museum and monument located in Hyde Park South near Liverpool Street in the CBD of Sydney, Australia.The Art Deco monument was designed by C. Bruce Dellit, with the exterior adorned with monumental figural reliefs and sculptures by Rayner Hoff, and built from 1932 to 1934 by Kell & Rigby.

    • Anzac Memorial; War Memorial Hyde Park; Hyde Park Memorial
    • 24 November 1934
    • State heritage (built)
  6. It was New Zealand’s response to Turkey’s commemorative site at Anzac Cove. Unveiled in 1990, the memorial is a marble crescent, with inscriptions, soil from Anzac Cove, and a bust of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, the first president of the Republic of Turkey. The paved forecourt, path, and gravel car parking areas were added in 1999.

  7. The Atatürk memorial was our response to the Turkish government building a commemorative site at Anzac Cove (which they renamed from Ari Burnu). The memorial was designed by Ian Bowman and was unveiled on 26 April 1990 by the Turkish Minister of Agriculture.

  8. Apr 28, 2016 · Today I’m focusing on the ANZAC conflict from the other side; in this case the famous ANZAC Memorial penned by M. Kemal Atatürk in 1934. Kemal Atatürk, or Mustapha Kemal as he was then known, was the officer in command of the Turkish troops that successfully opposed the ANZAC troops that spearheaded the British attempt to take the Dardanelles.

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