March 11, 1898|
Crimea, Russian Empire
|Died||April 2, 2008
(aged 110 years, 22 days)
|Allegiance|| Ottoman Empire
|Years of service||1915–1923|
|Battles/wars||World War I
Second Battle of Kut
Turkish War of Independence
Born in Crimea, Satar joined the army of the Ottoman Empire in 1915. On February 23, 1917, he was taken prisoner by the British in the Baghdad campaign's Second Battle of Kut. Freed after the end of the war, Satar then served in the forces of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk in the Turkish War of Independence, which lasted from 1919 to 1923.
Shortly before his 110th birthday, he was treated for a minor infection at a military hospital before being released home, where he lived with his daughter in the Seyitgazi district of Eskişehir. He died soon after turning 110.
His memories from the War of Independence and his daily life along with those of two other veterans, Ömer Küyük and Veysel Turan, are depicted in the documentary film Son Buluşma (2007) (English: The Last Meeting) by Nesli Çölgeçen.
- Crimean Tatars
- List of last surviving World War I veterans by country
- List of veterans of World War I who died in 2008
- Mustafa Şekip Birgöl, last veteran of the Turkish War of Independence
- yakup satar, ultime vétéran de l'Empire Ottoman, dernier survivant turque de la première guerre mondiale
- Times obituary
- "Independence War veteran released from hospital". 2008-02-26. Archived from the original on 2008-03-04.
- Beyazperde (Turkish)
- The Times: Yakup Satar obituary
- The Times: Yakup Satar, The last Turkish veteran of the First World War who also fought for the independence of Turkey
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