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Karabekir'in kavgası / Cemil Koçak.

Author:
Koçak, Cemil [Browse]
Format:
Book
Language:
Turkish
Published/​Created:
İstanbul : Timaş Yayınları, 2016.
Εdition:
1. baskı.
Description:
560 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
Series:
Timaş Yayınları ; 4055. Tarih/inceleme-araştırma dizisi ; 86
Summary note:
Kâzim Karabekir was seen in police custody in Ekskoy in Istanbul, where he was acquitted in 1926 in Ankara after he was acquitted of the assassination attempt on Ataturk. In 1927, he was criticized very hard on Nutuk. A new polemic in public against Karabekir was launched in the Milliyet newspaper, which was the magistrate and the bourgeoisie of Siirt MP, Mahmut Soydan, in a writing series in March 1933. This meant a political assault against the ruling Karabekir and the intellectuals of the Millı̂ Mucâdele, who later came down with him. It was unclear who was taking refuge. The subject came to the role of Karabekir in the years of the National Miracle and then of his friends who would cooperate politically with him. The series was making this role a re-debate. Karabekir also began to respond with letters published on the same newspaper to the ones told on the line; polemic is also a sign of other newspapers. Kazim Karabekir is given by the national struggle against the official date set out in the 1933 speech "Fight" and tells of the facade of the documents. His correspondence with his Prime Minister Nonu is also published for the first time.
Notes:
"İlk defa yayınlanan belgelerle"--Cover.
Bibliographic references:
Includes bibliographical references (pages 549-551) and index.
Subject(s):
Form/​Genre:
  • Biography.
  • History.
ISBN:
  • 9786050822939 (hardcover)
  • 605082293X (hardcover)
OCLC:
974570120
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