Seyit Onbaşı was born in September 1889. He continued his life in the village of Havran District of Çamlık (Monastery). Her mother's name is Emine, her father's name is Abdurrahman. Seyit Corporal began his military service in early April 1909. He joined the Balkan war in 1912. After the war was over, he could not be defeated and sent as a gunner at the Dardanelles Front. His name was once again written in the history of Turkey with the heroism he had shown in the Gallipoli Wars. At the time of the March 18th Marine War, there was only one ball remaining in the Rumeli Mecidiye Tabi, and the bullet, which lifted the bullet, broke down. Seyit Corporal has repeated this heavy bullet 215 times with great difficulty by riding it three times and taking a big wound with this heroic ship. Seyit Onbaşı returned to his village in the autumn of 1918 and continued there for the artistic forestry and charcoal. He took the surname law of 1934 and the "Çabuk" surname. In 1939 he became ill and lost his life due to discomfort in his lungs.
Seyit Ali Onbaşı and many men Mehmet Ihsan Broadçan, in his works,
Captain Hilmi Bey thought that while Nigdeli Ali and Big Seyyid were moving away from the battlefield to get help from somebody around them, they were thinking about what they would do in a desperate and highly miserable situation. "Ulu And there is no power other than Allah Almighty, "the prayer begins to fall as a drop of light like the light of the mouth of Seyit, and Seyit Ali reads this prayer over and over again many times without doubt that this beggar .
It was suddenly to take a cry with love and embrace 257 oval ball shells to shoulder. The iron steps went up and down three times. Niğdeli Ali, who was beside him, heard the cracks of bones from Seyit's chest and shoulders. He was amazed, in horror. It was the event that changed the fate of the battle with the third bullet that was driven to the ball of the gun and changed it. British armored "Ocean" armor has suffered terrible injuries in the strike. On the same day and at the same time, Cevat Pasha, Commander of the Dardanelles Straits Regiment, received an award. It is the commander who gives rank to the Seyit.
He wants the bullet to be removed once again in his presence. Seyit Onbaşı, Cevat Pasha then gives the following answer; He said, "As I lift up these bullets, my heart is full of God's good pleasure," but he said, "This strength is a secret that Allah has bestowed upon me as a secret." But now it is not possible to remove this control ".