F. Cemal Oğuz Öcal

Şair

Ölüm
04 Aralık, 1971
Eğitim
Gazi Institute of Education Department of Pedagogy

Poet (b. 1913, İncesu / Seydişehir / Konya – d. 4 December 1971, İstanbul). He attended Seydişehir Merkez Primary School and the Primary School Teachers Training High School in Konya and İstanbul. He graduated from the Gazi Institute of Education, Department of Pedagogy. He worked as a teacher for a long time in Eskişehir and some other cities in Anatolia. He was among those tried for promoting Turanism in May 1944 but he was acquitted.

He worked as a writer on the newspaper Eskişehir, accounts clerk at the Sugar Factory, civil servant at the Turkish Grain Board, examiner at the Provincial Directorate in Seydişehir and Konya and then he returned to İstanbul in 1947 to resume teaching. He is famous for his poems expressing nationalistic feelings.

WORKS (Poetry):

Yurttan Sesler (Voices from the Land, 1939), Türk Geliyor (The Turkish are Coming, 1944), Ata Sevgisi (The Love of Atatürk, 1946), Savulun Kızıllar, Gençlik Geliyor (Get Out of the Way Reds! the Youth is Coming, 1949), Türk Çocuklarına Millî Şiirler (Nationalist Poems for Turkish Children, 1951), Her Şey Vatan İçin (All is for the Motherland, 1953), Kıbrıs'a Seferim Var (We Have a Campaign to Cyprus, articles and poems, 1958), Ramazan Şiirleri (Poems on Ramadan, 1960), Eyüp Sultan'ı Ziyaret (A Visit to Eyüp Sultan, 1960), Olan Oldu Bizlere (All is Said and Done, 1960), Yavrularımıza Okul ve Bayram Şiirleri (Poems on Schools and Festivals for Our Children, 1960), Vatan Bahçemizden Sesler (Voices from Our Garden of the Fatherland, 1967), Bir Millet Şahlanıyor (A Nation Rears Up, 1968).

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