Footrest Public Debt Management, Istanbul

Some great debt photos:

Ottoman Public Financial debt Administration, Istanbul
debt
< img alt="debt"src="https://www.free3creditreport.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/16033563758_ddd9cb2f8c.jpg"width="400"/ > Photo by
SALTOnline www.archives.saltresearch.org/R/-?func=dbin-jump-full&amp … Osmanlı Devleti’nin dış borçlarını yönetmek
amacıyla 1881’de kurulan Düyûn-ı Umûmiye İdaresi ilk olarak İstanbul, Bahçekapı’da bulunan Köprülü Han’da faaliyet gösterdi. Bir süre sonra hanın kapasitesinin yetersiz kalması nedeniyle kurum, mimar Alexandre Vallaury’ye Cağaloğlu ‘nda yaptırılan görkemli bir binaya taşındı. Dönemin mimarlık eğilimlerine uygun olarak Birinci Ulusal Mimarlık üslubunda tasarlanan bina, Düyûn-ı Umûmiye’nin yetkilerinin kaldırılması üzerine bir dönem boş kaldı. 1933’te Mustafa Kemal Atatürk’ün emriyle İstanbul Lisesi’nin kullanımına verildi. İstanbul Lisesi hâlen aynı binada eğitim-öğretime devam etmektedir. SALT Araştırma, Fotoğraf Arşivi Robert Goddard’s Rocket After Flight Image by
NASA on The Commons
Dr. Robert H. Goddard’s rocket after flight in New Mexico on April 19, 1932. Those lugging the rocket are (entrusted to right): Nils Ljungquist, machinist; probably Charles Mansur, welder; Goddard’s brother-in-law and machinist Albert Kisk; as well as Goddard. The rocket had new guiding vanes regulated by a gyroscope which aided stablizing. In 1930, with a grant from the Guggenheim Foundation, Goddard and also his team removaled from Massachusetts to Roswell, New Mexico, to carry out study and also perform test trips far from the general public eye. This rocket was just one of numerous that he released in Roswell from 1930-1932 and also from 1934-1941. Dr. Goddard has been recognized as the dad of American rocketry and as one of the leaders in the theoretical expedition of space. His desire was the occupation of the upper environment and also ultimately room through using rocket propulsion. When the USA started to prepare for the conquest of room in the 1950’s, American rocket scientists began to identify the financial debt owed to the New England teacher. They discovered that it was essentially difficult to construct a rocket or release a satellite without acknowledging the work of Dr. Goddard.