| Prime Minister of Turkey |
30 October 1961 –20 November 1961
|Preceded by||Cemal Gürsel|
|Succeeded by||İsmet İnönü|
|Died||13 March 1989|
|Battles/wars||Turkish War of Independence|
Emin Fahrettin Özdilek was a military officer and politician. He served as acting Prime Minister of Turkey in 1961.
Özdilek entered cadet school in 1916. He was promoted to Lieutenant the following year.Özdilek would later participate in the Turkish War of Independence, including in the Greco-Turkish War (1919-1922). He was promoted to General in 1959.
He was Commander of the First Army of Turkey (August 1958 to June 1960).
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