Jevdet Bey

Not to be confused with the (unrelated) novel Cevdet Bey ve Oğulları by Orhan Pamuk.

Djevdet Bey, Jevdet Bey, Cevdet Belbez[1] (Modern Turkish: Cevdet Bey ) was the governor of the Van vilayet of the Ottoman Empire during World War I. He governed from 1914 until the evacuation of Muslims from Van Province in May 1915.[2] He succeeded Governor Tahsin Bay.

He was portrayed by Elias Koteas in the 2002 film Ararat.

He was the brother-in-law of Enver Pasha.[1]

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