With the support of Gaziantep Metropolitan Municipality, the Exhibition of Women Heroes in the First World War and the War of Independence, consisting of artifacts belonging to the Hisart Live History Museum collection, opens at the Panorama 25 December Museum.

Hosted by Gaziantep Metropolitan Municipality, the exhibition, which deals with the difficulties, responsibilities and heroism of a Turkish woman during the struggle of an occupied country and a people trying to be destroyed under severe conditions despite all the poverty during the World War I and the War of Independence, was hosted by the Gaziantep Metropolitan Municipality. The Panorama 25 December Museum will be inaugurated on Saturday, March 06.

Within the scope of the exhibition, documents and photographs of the Nursing courses, aid badges and postcards established by the Hilal-i Ahmer Society (KIZILAY), medals belonging to the first Turkish nurse Safiye Hüseyin Elbi, letters as well as photographs and documents showing the activities of carrying ammunition and supplies during the war, cartridges. The photographs of women and children working in the factory, postcards, accessories, badges, medals, medals, letters, propaganda posters, newspaper copies of the period, information documents and photographs will meet with the visitors.

There are 22 mannequins, 2 dioramas and 222 objects belonging to the period of the War of Independence in the Exhibition of Women Heroes in World War I and the War of Independence.


The founder of Hisart Live History Museum, Nejat Çuhadaroğlu, who brought together 30 years of model experience, 25 years of diorama talent and 18 years of collector identity in each of his works, on these meaningful days when we are preparing to celebrate the 8 March International Women's Day of the exhibition, which is about women, the secret heroes of our history of the War of Independence. He thanked the Mayor of Gaziantep Metropolitan Municipality, Fatma Şahin, for his contributions, emphasizing the importance of opening it in Gaziantep.

Çuhadaroğlu; “During the National Struggle, the Turkish woman, who participated intensively in the rallies organized to protest the occupation, took part in this life-and-death struggle both on the fronts and through the aid societies she established at the back of the front, taking care of the wounded and patients, supplying clothes and food for our soldiers, and supplying weapons to the front with oxen. - He served in the transportation of supplies and the production of ammunition by working with his children in his turn. The exhibition depicting the difficulties, responsibilities and heroism of Turkish Women, one of the most important actors of the national struggle; "It sheds light on history in terms of its meaning and cultural weight through the works it contains," he said.


Hisart Live History Museum, located in Çağlayan, Istanbul, includes military and ethnographic works of civilizations and events that have influenced world history such as the Roman Empire, the Anatolian Seljuk State, the Ottoman Empire, the War of Independence, the First and the Second World War, and the Gulf War, as well as its peers. It also hosts thousands of non-existent works and personal belongings of the Ottoman sultans. Hisart Live History Museum, whose main goal is to reveal the unique heritage of our country's history and the lost links of this heritage, sheds light on the 1000-year history with its unique exhibition, arrangement and exhibition technique in the world.

Hisart Live History Museum is the owner of the "Ministry of Culture and Tourism Special Awards", which is the most prestigious and the highest value award given by the Ministry of Culture and Tourism to those who contribute to the cultural heritage and art world in 2020.




With the support of Gaziantep Metropolitan Municipality, our museum founder Nejat Çuhadaroğlu and our museum director Mr. Ömer Çalşimşek is with the Mayor of Gaziantep Metropolitan Municipality, Fatma Şahin.