Category:Latife Hanım

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Latife Uşşaki 
First Lady of Turkey
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Date of birth17 June 1898
Date of death12 July 1975
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Latife Hanım, neé Latife Muammer (her father's name), was the first "First Lady" of Republican Turkey, as wife of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, under the married name Latife Mustafa Kemal, later received the surname Uşaki, Uşaklı or Uşaklıgil(*) after her family roots in Uşak. They were married and divorced before the Surname Law enacted in 1934 in Turkey. After the divorce she stayed away from public and political life although was always known to be a staunch nationalist and women's rights supporter. As an adolescent girl she was imprisoned by the Greek occupation forces for protesting publicly the invasion of İzmir, her natal city in 1919. (*) Sources differ.


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