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Efendi (disambiguation)

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Efendi may refer to. [1]

9 relations: Abdülaziz Efendi, Arabesk trilogy, Effendi, Hattat Aziz Efendi, Kamal Kaya Efendi, Karadzor, Mehmed Ertuğrul Efendi, Norashen, Gegharkunik, Tawfiq Bay.

Abdülaziz Efendi

Abdülaziz Efendi was an Ottoman physician and poet.

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Arabesk trilogy

The Arabesk trilogy is a sequence of alternate history novels by the British author Jon Courtenay Grimwood.

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Effendi, Effendy or Efendi (αφέντης; Ottoman Turkish language: افندي Efendi, Arabic: أفندي Afandī; آفندی., آفندی.) is a title of nobility meaning a Lord or Master.

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Hattat Aziz Efendi

Hattat Aziz Efendi (born 1871, Maçka – August 16, 1934, İstanbul) (خطاط عزیز افندی) was an Ottoman calligrapher.

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Kamal Kaya Efendi

Kamal Kaya Efendi also known as Kemal Kaya Effendi (Ottoman Turkish: كمال کایا أفندي was an Ottoman Turk who may have been a Soviet agent. He studied in Germany and Paris, and fought under Von Epp in the Caucasus during World War I. He entered Xinjiang in the company of another Turk. Both of them were enemies of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, and were exiled out of Turkey by him. He was deported by Jin Shuren in 1930. He entered into Ma Zhongying's service and encouraged him to attack Xinjiang to avenge himself on Jin Shuren. The Chinese Kuomintang government also hated Jin Shuren and wanted him removed. Kamal served as Ma Zhongying's chief of staff in the Kuomintang 36th Division (National Revolutionary Army). He spoke French and met Sven Hedin while Sven was in Xinjiang. By that time, he was sick of Xinjiang and Gansu and wanted to return to his native Turkey. He was captured by pro Soviet forces in Kumul in 1934 and sent to Urumqi. Instead of being imprisoned or executed, he was made Commissar for Road Construction in Xinjiang. He may therefore have been a Soviet agent. Other people who were captured by pro Soviet forces, such as the Uyghur Sabit Damulla Abdulbaki, were imprisoned or summarily executed. There were other Turkish Young Turks who advised the First East Turkestan Republic, who were in league with the Japanese and had Pan Turanist goals. Kamal Kaya Effendi was not interested in pan turanism, since he fell in with the Soviets and did not assist the Turkestan Republic. What is clear is that Ma Zhongying's attack on Xinjiang benefited the Soviet Union, since it made the Xinjiang government even more dependent on them.

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Karadzor (Քարաձոր; formerly, Efendi) is a town in the Lori Province of Armenia.

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Mehmed Ertuğrul Efendi

Prince Şehzade Mehmed Ertuğrul Efendi (September 5, 1912 in Çengelköy Palace, Çengelköy, Bosphorus – July 2, 1944 in Cairo) was the only son of Sultan Mehmed VI and his third wife HH Şadiye Müveddet Kadın Efendi.

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Norashen, Gegharkunik

Norashen (Նորաշեն; formerly, Efendi) is a town in the Gegharkunik Province of Armenia.

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Tawfiq Bay

Tawfiq Bay, or Sayyid Ahmad Tawfiq Bay Sharif Efendi (Tevfik Pasha), (سيد احمد توفيق باي شريف أفندي) was a Syrian Arab traveler who had been in the service of King Ibn Saud of Saudi Arabia, eventually traveling to Xinjiang, Republic of China, in 1932.

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[1] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Efendi_(disambiguation)

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