Ryan Gingeras on the paradoxes of Turkey in the age of Atatürk

March 31, 2020

Turkey Book Talk episode #112  –  Ryan Gingeras, professor of history at the Naval Postgraduate School in the US, on his book “Eternal Dawn: Turkey in the Age of Atatürk” (Oxford University Press).

This is his sixth and most ambitious book on the late Ottoman and early republican period, examining the conditions and paradoxes behind the rise and consecration of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk from the First World War, through the Turkish war of independence, and to his death in 1938.

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One Response to “Ryan Gingeras on the paradoxes of Turkey in the age of Atatürk”

  1. B Nelson Says:

    Dear William Armstrong,
    You may like to pass this document to your latest review author Ryan Gingeras.
    He seems to have only read one side of the story!
    Many thanks.

    B

    https://www.academia.edu/40855452/Sworn_Statement_of_Albert_Jean_Amateau_Jewish_Rabbi_Advocate_of_Peace_on_the_Fanatic_Armenian_Allegations_of_GENOCIDE


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