Defeated in World War I, the Ottoman Empire was forced to sign the Armistice of Mondros which had severe conditions. With the provisions of this treaty, the European States had a good opportunity to invade Anatolia and the first application of this idea came on May 15, 1919 with the invasion of İzmir. Thus, the occupations which started in Western Anatolia by Greeks continued into the inner regions from three different routes and Manisa was occupied on May 25, 1919. After the occupation of Manisa, Alaşehir was invaded. To stop the advance of the enemy, just like other Anatolian towns, Alaşehir showed her patriotic efforts organizing the congress that was held on 16 to 25 August 1919. Galip Bey (the Mayor of Alaşehir), Ethem Beyzade Omer (the Secretary of the Congress), Mutevellizade Akif, Cevdet, Nazmi, Hacı Ali Bey and the Commander of the Kuva-yı Milliye Hüseyin Paşazade Mustafa Bey (Vice President of the Congress) participated in Alaşehir Congress which was preceded by the Balıkesir Congress held on July 26, 1919. The congress provided the basis for a the foundation of Kuva-yı Milliye (the National Forces, para-military local resistance groups. The subject of this article, Galip Bey was the Mayor of Alaşehir and he established the Society of the National Defence of the Rights of Alaşehir along with Mutevellizade Akif Bey. Galip Bey also contributed to the formation of the National Struggle Movement in Alaşehir and its surroundings. He has also rendered important services as a member of the commission who wrote the rules of Kuva-yı Milliye activities in Alaşehir. Therefore; in this article, first of all, Galip Bey’s life story will be mentioned briefly, and then his activities that affected the Alaşehir Congress will be evaluated.