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A collection of essays by Sina Aksin about the later years of the Ottoman Empire and the early years of the Turkish Republic within the wider context of Europe and the Middle East.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
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SKU (ISBN): 978-1-61143-122-3
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Publication Status: In Print
Publication Date: Feb 9,2011
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 247
Language: English
ISBN: 978-1-61143-122-3
$144.00
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Sina Aksin is one of the well-known Turkish historians studying the later years of the Ottoman Empire and the early years of the Turkish Republic. This book comprises his essays in languages other than Turkish which were published in various publications and presented in conferences. While the discussions on key political events, ideas and influential figures of the time shed light on the regional political perspective, references on international relations along with a projection of world-wide influential thoughts and movements, such as nationalism, onto the Ottoman context present a picture of the wider context of Europe and the Middle East. With 21 essays in English as well as further two in French, this book is an invaluable source for readers who are interested in the recent history of the Ottoman Empire and the Turkish Republic.

Sina Aksin is one of the well-known Turkish historians studying the later years of the Ottoman Empire and the early years of the Turkish Republic. This book comprises his essays in languages other than Turkish which were published in various publications and presented in conferences. While the discussions on key political events, ideas and influential figures of the time shed light on the regional political perspective, references on international relations along with a projection of world-wide influential thoughts and movements, such as nationalism, onto the Ottoman context present a picture of the wider context of Europe and the Middle East. With 21 essays in English as well as further two in French, this book is an invaluable source for readers who are interested in the recent history of the Ottoman Empire and the Turkish Republic.

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Sina Aksin

  • TABLE OF CONTENTS (page 7)
  • TURKISH NATIONALISM TODAY (page 13)
  • LA REVOLUTION FRANCAISE ET LA CONSCIENCE REVOLUTIONNAIRE DES NATIONALISTES TURCS A L'AUBE DE LA LUTTE D'INDEPENDANCE (page 25)
  • TURKUSH-SYRIAN RELATIONS IN THE TIME OF FAISAL (1918-20) (page 35)
  • NOTES ON KAZIM KARABERKIR'S COMMITTEE OF UNION AND PROGRESS (1896-1909) (page 47)
  • FRANCO- TURKISH RELATIONS AT THE END OF 1919 (page 61)
  • A GENERAL APPRAISAL OF THE ARMENIAN ISSUE (page 69)
  • Metin HEPER, The State Tradition in Turkey, Beverley, The Eothen Press, 1985 (page 85)
  • FINANCIAL ASPECTS OF THE TANZIMAT (page 91)
  • THE PLACE OF THE YOUNG TURK REVOLUTION TURKISH HISTORY (page 101)
  • SOME OBSERVATIONS ABOUT THE INFLUENCES OF THE FRENCH REVOLUTION ON THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE (page 121)
  • TWO VICTORIOUS WAR LEADERS: DE GAULLE AND ATATURK (page 131)
  • THREE HOMELANDS OF THE TURKS (page 141)
  • COMMENTS ON PROF. A. HERMASSI'S PAPER (page 149)
  • LE DERNIER DES OTTOMANS (page 153)
  • THE CONQUEST OF ISTABUL (page 163)
  • A TRAVEL IN ASIA MINOR: FREDERICK BURNABY (page 191)
  • THE BALKANS AND THE COMMITTEE OF UNION AND PROGRESS (page 207)
  • THE NATURE OF THE KEMALIST REVOLUTION (page 213)
  • FACTORS PUT FORWARD TO EXPLAIN INDEPENDENCE MOVEMENTS IN THE BALKANS (page 223)
  • OTTOMAN POLITICAL PARTIES, 1908-1992 (page 229)