Monastir Military High School

Monastir Military High School
Manastır Askerî İdadisi
Location Monastir, Monastir Vilayet, Ottoman Empire,
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Monastir Military High School

NI Institute and Museum Bitola

The Monastir Military High School (Manastır Askerî İdadisi), established in 1847, was one of the three-year educational military high schools of the Ottoman Empire. It was located in Monastir (present day Bitola, Republic of Macedonia). The buildings of the school have been used museums since 1934 (today NI Institute and Museum Bitola).

The other military high schools of the Ottoman Empire were: Constantinople Military High School (Kuleli Military High School) and Bursa Military High School, both founded in 1846; the Edirne Military High School and Monastir Military High School, founded in 1847; the Damascus Military High School, founded in 1848; the Erzurum Military High School, founded in 1873; and the Baghdad Military High School, founded in 1876.

Notable alumni

Further reading

  • Yusuf Çam, Atatürk'ün Okuduğu Dönemde Askerî Okullar: Rüştiye, İdadî, Harbiye, 1892-1902, Genelkurmay Basım Evi, 1991.

External links

  • NI Institute and Museum Bitola (Virtual Tour)


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