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  • 1909 Recidivist Uprising in Istanbul (481 clicks)
    Koprulu/Veles (Yugoslavia) Ottoman Garrison's Response to the 1909 Recidivist Uprising in Istanbul by H. B. Paksoy
  • Arabs and Young Turks: Ottomanism, Arabism, and Islamism in the Ottoman Empire, 1908-1918(1051 clicks)
    Scholarly book by Hasan Kayal?
  • Archive of Turkish Oral Narrative (ATON)(1722 clicks)
    "The Archive of Turkish Oral Narrative (ATON) is a repository situated at the Texas Tech University Libraries in Lubbock Texas. ATON was founded in 1971 by Ahmet E. Uysal, Warren S. Walker and Barbara K. Walker. The Founders donated their holdings to Texas Tech University in 1980."
  • Bosphorus and Golden Horn(1815 clicks)
    Old photos
  • Divan by Bayezid II Sultan of the Turks(429 clicks)
    Divan. Published 1890 by Matba'a Osmaniye in Dar S'adat . Written in Turkish.
  • H-Turk(2782 clicks)
    "H-Turk is the H-Net discussion dealing with Turkish studies."
  • Kayali, Hasan. Arabs and Young Turks: Ottomanism, Arabism, and Islamism in the Ottoman Empire, 1908-(1407 clicks)
    Scholarly book
  • Kerkenes(1690 clicks)
    Iron Age mountaintop city in central Turkey.
  • Pera Museum(1758 clicks)
  • Photographs of Turkey(1741 clicks)
    Some excellent photos of Turkey with a few Indian photos as well.
  • The Greek & Roman Cities of Western Turkey(1785 clicks)
    This book deals with the urban life of Western Turkey as reflected in the magnificent surviving remains (town planning, services, architecture and sculpture) from the Greek and Roman periods, together with an account of the changes wrought upon those remains in the Byzantine and Islamic periods - changes which have often affected what survives and how it does so. Each chapter is thematic, dealing with types of building and the various parts of the urban setting - streets and walls, theatres, water supply, stadia and so on. The first chapter sets the scene, and the penultimate one indicates what happened to the remains from the end of the Roman Empire onwards.
  • The Incredible Turk(388 clicks)
    National Archives - Incredible Turk - National Security Council. Central Intelligence Agency. (09/18/1947 - 12/04/1981). - This film is about Mustafa Kemal Ataturk and the modernization of the Turkish Republic. - DVD Copied by IASL Scanner Jeremy Baron. - ARC 651784 / LI 263.2028
  • THE OTTOMAN SULT.¬NS AND CALIPHS, 1290-1924 AD(728 clicks)
  • Turkey: Primary Documents(921 clicks)
  • TURKS(1219 clicks)
    A Journey of a Thousand Years, 600-1600