Ali Kılıç

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Ali Kılıç
Kilic Ali Bey.jpg
Born 1890 (1890)
Constantinople (today-Istanbul), Ottoman Empire
Died 14 July 1971(1971-07-14) (aged 80–81)
Istanbul, Turkey
Buried Zincirlikuyu Mezarlığı
Allegiance Ottoman flag.svg Ottoman Empire
 Turkey
Years of service Ottoman Empire: March 3, 1906-April 2, 1919
Turkey: October 28, 1919-June 7, 1934
Rank Colonel
Commands held Aide-de-camps of Nuri Pasha in the Army of Islam (Ottoman Empire)
Kuva-yi Milliye of Marash, Aintab and its area
Battles/wars First World War
War of Independence
Other work Member of the GNAT (Gaziantep)
Member of the administrative board of the Türkiye İş Bankası

Ali Kılıç or Kilij Ali also known as Kılıç Ali Bey (born as Suleiman Asaf, 1890; Constantinople (today-Istanbul) - July 14, 1971; Istanbul) was an officer of the Ottoman Army and Turkish Army. He was also a politician of the Republic of Turkey.[1] He married with Füreya Koral, one of the first Turkish ceramicists. Football coach Gündüz Kılıç was his son.

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  1. ^ Türk Parlamento Tarihi Araştırma Grubu, Türk Parlamento Tarihi, Millî Mücadele ve T.B.M.B. I. Dönem 1919-1923 - III. Cilt: I. Dönem Milletvekillerin Özgeçmişleri, Türkiye Büyük Millet Meclisi Vakfı Yayınları, Ankara, 1995, ISBN 975-7291-06-4, p. 423.

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