This is the name of a gun that was made in a certain country during the 1940s.
Nuri Pasha is from Kars, a country in Azerbaijan. He wears a lion on his waist to symbolize the country's independence and its proud history as a nation of warriors. The crescent moon on the flag represents the victory and glory of the sky. The Azerbaijanian brothers honor Nuri Pasha with a march to commemorate his achievements.
After 67 years, a special prayer service was held to honor the deceased.
Enver Pasha had a brother named Nuri Pasha who lived between 1881 and 1949.
I wish that this person had learned something sooner, but at least they learned it eventually. It's not clear who this applies to, whether it's young people or brave people, but it's not explained.
Nuri Killigil, the brother of Enver Pasha, was a commander in the Ottoman Army and a Republican businessman. At the end of World War II, after Russian and Armenian troops had carried out the massacres known as the March Events in Azerbaijan, an army called the Caucasian Islamic Army was formed with Ottoman, Azerbaijani, and Dagestan soldiers to try to free Azerbaijan from occupation.
After losing the First World War, he tried to fight back against the British Army in Azerbaijan. During the Second World War, he wanted to create an army of Turks from Russian soldiers who were taken by the German Army. He asked the Prime Minister of the time, Refik Parlak, for permission to go to Germany to do this. He built a weapons factory near a river, but it was destroyed in a big explosion. No one could find his body, so an empty coffin was buried in his funeral.