|Biographical detail : ||A leader of the young Turks and grand Vizier.
Before becoming the grand Vizier (1917 to 1918), he was a member of the Ottoman government from 1913 to 1918. After the revolution of the young Turks in 1908, he was the deputy for Edrine in the Ottoman Parliament and was appointed interior minister in 1909.
Talat Pasha was the prime minister of Turkey when the Allied forces took over Turkey in the First World War. He resigned his post in 1918 and came to Germany in 1919. An Armenian killed him in 1921, in Berlin, Germany. It was alleged that he was “responsible for the death of thousands of Armenians” when he was minister of interiors.
Talat Pasha was born at Adirnapole. Talat founded the `Young Turkish Association' along with his friends Anwar Bay, Fathi Bay, Rauf Bay, Niyazi Bay and others in Paris. The Head Office of the party was later on transferred to Selonica.