Mehmetçik Kutlu Victory Double Sided Halil Pasha Ring (Kut’ül Amare) Product Features The accessories of the “Mehmetçik Kutlu Zafer” series, where the epic story of Kut’ül Amare Siege, which has passed into history as the forgotten victory of the Ottoman State, is displayed only in the Anı Ring as a licensed product.
It is made of 925 sterling silver. It is about 17 grams.
It can be used on both sides without removing it from the finger. On the one side of the ring are three intertwined crescent symbols, which are the symbol of Teşkilat-ı Mahsusa, and on the other, the Moon and Star figure. It says “We will either be or will die” on the ring.
On the side of the ring is written “Honor Union Union” on one side and “Flag homeland” on the other.
Halil Kut’s Kut’ül Amare Victory Message Iraqi Army Commander Halil Pasha Kut’ül said in his message published to the 6th Army after the Amare Victory: “Arslanlar! While the souls of our martyrs are laughing with joy in the sunny sky of this angry land, which is a honor and glory to all Turks and a black square to the British, I congratulate your sentence by kissing all of you on their forehead. My army killed 350 officers and 10,000 soldiers both against Kut and against the armies that came to save Kut. However, today I receive 13 generals, 481 officers and 13,300 soldiers in Kut. The British forces, who came to save this army we received, returned with 30,000 casualties. Looking at these two differences, there is a big difference that will amaze the world. History will be stumbled upon finding words to write this event. Here we see the first victory in Çanakkale, where the Turkish persistence broke the English stubbornness. ” Kut’ül Amare Victory On December 27, 1915, the Ottoman army, which forced the British, who surrounded the town of Kut, to surrender with hunger, received 13 generals, 481 officers and 13 thousand 300 soldiers. This battle, which went down in history as the Kutul Amare Victory, begins with the desire to capture the city of Amare and Kut castle peninsula in Baghdad. Although the word meaning of Kut’ul Amare is not exactly known, the city of Amare is located between the Euphrates and Tigris rivers.