Today in History: 15 February 1893 Anatolia Railway Company signed a concession agreement with Ankara-Kayseri and Eskişehir-Konya.

15 February 1893 Anatolia Railway Company and Ankara-Kayseri and Eskişehir-Konya railway concession contracts were signed. Before this agreement, the British opposition between the German Foreign Minister and the British Foreign Minister was prevented. The French were given new concessions.
Marschall von Bieberstein, who will succeed in acquiring the 15 Baghdad Railway concession, became Germany's ambassador to Istanbul and 1897 in this post.
15 February 1914 An agreement was reached between Germany and France. Now the sides have accepted the areas of mutual influence in the Ottoman Empire and reached a consensus on their activities.

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