A Painful Journey to November 10
" Karamanlı Sarı Pasha "is the name of the book written by historian Ali GÜLER about Gazi Mustafa Kemal ATATÜRK, proving that his roots / family traveled from Karaman to the Balkans and confirmed by the General Staff. (1) Ali Güler describes Atatürk as Sarı Pasha in the book. As a matter of fact, it was spoken as Sarı Pasha by the ladies around the Palace during the armistice years.
As it was transferred from Naciye Sultan, the wife of Enver Pasha, the women of the palace call M. Kemal Pasha Sarıgül… and Sarı Pasha. Sultan Hanım, considered for Mustafa Kemal, is Sabiha Sultan, daughter of Vahdettin, according to Mrs Fansa. It is the Sultan who wants to marry, but Mustafa Kemal is not there. (2)
At the end of our book, we will try to remind the readers as a summary of Gazi Mustafa Kemal Pasha's journey from the last stage of his illness to ANITKABİR.
Prof. Dr. According to Hamza Eroğlu, Mustafa Kemal ATATÜRK did not suffer from any illness other than the known childhood diseases other than malaria in childhood. In 1911 as Kolağası (senior captain) during the war with the Italians in Tripoli (Libya), his eye disease left a slight strabismus in his eyes, although he was treated well. (3)
Coming from the Yemen Front and joining the Libyan Front, Dr. İbrahim Tali (Öngören) also writes in his memoirs that Mustafa Kemal was uncomfortable in Derne and was in fire and that he was taken to the asylum hospital as a result of insistence.
In 1915" With the concern that the casualties would be heavy, he took the division doctor to establish the infirmary organization on the Anafartalar front. He could not sleep for three nights, he was tired not only because of tiredness, but because of the malaria attacks that he could not shake off, he was constantly seeking care, his palm was clinging to his palm, a pale yellow, sunken eyes had an absent expression. (4)
A German friend named Ernst Jaeckh, Mustafa Kemal was very weak