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Nuri Demirağ In 1945 he founded the first opposition party, which was named "Milli Kalkınma Partisi" (National Development Party), but his party failed to receive the required amount of votes for entering the Turkish Parliament in the 1946 and 1950 general elections, and was eventually dissolved in 1958, a year after his death. In 1954, he was elected as a member of parliament for Sivas on behalf of the Democratic Party, which won the general elections.
Nuri Demirağ Nuri Demirağ (born 1886 in Divriği – died 1957 in Istanbul) was an early Turkish industrialist and railroad magnate. He was one of the first millionaires of the Turkish Republic.
Nuri Demirağ In 1936 he established an aircraft factory employing 500 people in Beşiktaş, Istanbul (later nationalized by the government and now occupied by the Istanbul Naval Museum). The production of the Nu D.36 two-seat trainer biplane, and Nu D.38 twin-engine high-wing light transport plane took place in this factory.
Nuri Demirağ Demirağ donated his airplanes to his flying school ("Gök Okulu") in Yeşilköy, which he established for attracting the interest of young Turks in aviation. The land upon which the school was built was later nationalized by the Turkish government in order to enlarge the neighbouring Yeşilköy Airport (Atatürk International Airport) which was originally established as a military air base of the Ottoman Air Force in 1911.
Turgut Demirağ Turgut Demirağ (13 December 1921 – 14 January 1987) was a Turkish film producer, director and screenwriter. He directed 16 films between 1947 and 1973. His 1964 film "Love and Grudge" was entered into the 4th Moscow International Film Festival.
Nuri Demirağ His first enterprise was a cigarette paper factory which commenced production in 1922. Starting from the late 1920s, Demirağ began to invest his capital in the development of the Turkish railway network. Because of this investment, Mustafa Kemal Atatürk gave him the surname "Demirağ" (meaning "Iron web") when the Surname Law was put into effect in 1934.
Kartal Demirağ Kartal Demirağ is a Turkish assassin who tried to assassinate then Turkish Prime Minister Turgut Özal on June 18, 1988. Özal was wounded by one bullet but suffered no serious injuries. Demirağ was captured and sentenced to life imprisonment. After Özal became President of Turkey, Demirağ was released on parole after serving 4 years. In late 2008, after Demirağ had broken his parole, he was retried before Ankara's 1st High Criminal Court and reconvicted of the attempted murder. He was sentenced to 20 years in prison.
Nuri Demirağ Nu D.38 The Nu.D.38 was powered by two 160 hp (120 kW) Bramo Sh 14-A4 radial engines, mounted to the main wing spar on steel frames. It had a fixed, conventional undercarriage. A main shock absorber leg was attached to each of the steel engine frames, braced rearwards by a short auxiliary strut. Legs and wheels were enclosed in fairings.
Nuri Demirağ Nu D.38 The Nuri Demirağ Nu.D.38 was a Turkish light civil transport, with twin engines and seating for four passengers, built in the early 1940s. Only one was constructed and flown.
Nuri Demirağ Nu D.38 The Nu.D.38, manufactured by Nuri Demirağ in Istanbul, was a high cantilever wing aircraft. The wing, of tapered plan and all aluminium alloy stressed skin construction had a built up main spar and a secondary spar. There were pairs of split flaps inboard of the fabric covered ailerons. The fixed surfaces of the tail unit were also aluminium alloy structures with stressed metal skin. The tailplane, set at the top of the fuselage, was strut-braced from below. Control surfaces were fabric covered, with trim tabs.