Dirilis Ertugrul (Resurrection: Ertugrul) is an epic story rooted in the historical events of Anatolia (modern-day Turkey). It is the tale of a daring character with enthralling love and a sense of justice that was strong enough to change the fate of the World. The nomadic Kayi tribe of the Oghuz Turks are on a quest to find a place they can finally call home. Ertugrul, the leader of the tribe, leads his people through perseverance against hardship while striving for justice and maintaining the traditions of the land. By battling his enemies with strength and bravery, Ertugrul consequently plants the seed that would lead to the founding of the Ottoman Empire, which had spread across three continents and ruled for six centuries.
The legendary story of Mehmet and his friends in the Ottoman state prepared for the First World War, the only dream is the resurrection and liberation of the state, and there is nothing more than a love of motherland in the heart. Mehmet does not hesitate to show any kind of sacrifice and effort for the homeland. For this purpose, he participates in Osmancik Battalion, where Suleyman Military Bey is located and the most capable soldiers are selected, and shows a great struggle to go to the front. The series on the Kut'ul Amare Victory, which is the last epic that he left to the hegemony of a magnificent state, will meet the spectator with the story of Mehmet's character centered on every moment of excitement, action and deep emotion. In addition to this, while Mehmet will be presenting his life for the country, Zeynep will love him and his love will be a love story written in a cave.
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Bow and arrow give humans the chance to hunt down animals that are faster than them and enable us to fight in groups in wide-ranging battlefields. In our documentary series, we will watch the ages-long journey of this weapon, which is as old as mankind itself and trace the glorious Turkish archers ranging from Central Asia to Europe.