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| birth_date = 1904
 
| birth_date = 1904
 
| birth_place = Erzurum, [[Ottoman Empire]]
 
| birth_place = Erzurum, [[Ottoman Empire]]
|death_date={{Death date|1978|March|30}}
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| death_date = 30 March 1978
 
| office1 = [[List of Chiefs of the Turkish General Staff|Chief of the General Staff of Turkey]]
 
| office1 = [[List of Chiefs of the Turkish General Staff|Chief of the General Staff of Turkey]]
 
| term_start1 = 16 March 1969
 
| term_start1 = 16 March 1969
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|allegiance = Turkey
 
|allegiance = Turkey
 
|branch = [[Turkish Army]]
 
|branch = [[Turkish Army]]
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'''Memduh Tağmaç''' (1904, Erzurum - 30 March 1978) was a Turkish general. He was the [[List of Chiefs of the Turkish General Staff|Chief of the General Staff of Turkey]] during the [[1971 Turkish coup d'état]], and previously [[List of Commanders of the Turkish Land Forces|Commander of the Turkish Army]] (1968 - 1969) and [[List of Commanders of the First Army of Turkey|Commander of the First Army of Turkey]] (1966 - 1968).
 
'''Memduh Tağmaç''' (1904, Erzurum - 30 March 1978) was a Turkish general. He was the [[List of Chiefs of the Turkish General Staff|Chief of the General Staff of Turkey]] during the [[1971 Turkish coup d'état]], and previously [[List of Commanders of the Turkish Land Forces|Commander of the Turkish Army]] (1968 - 1969) and [[List of Commanders of the First Army of Turkey|Commander of the First Army of Turkey]] (1966 - 1968).

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