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  • (Kemalist) Turkish Republic Historiography : important to have JPGs of documents

    There are some historical facts which show the continuation of genocidal legacy in the new Turkish State :

    = 1/ Everything documents dealing with this very important page showing how the former Young-Turk criminals had politic, administrative, diplomatic responsabilities or official jobs in the new kemalist regim :
    http://www.turquie-memoire.com/recyclage.html

    = 2/ Laws, bills voted in the Parliament of Ankara (Turkish Assembly) in order
    . forbiding Armenian survivors of 1915 being refugees in neighbouring countiries (Syria, Iraq, Lebanon, etc.) to go back to their native villages or towns
    . and confiscating their properties.
    - Law of April 1922
    - Law of April 25 1923

    = 3/ Criminal behaviour of Kemalist armies in
    - Cilicia (1919-1921) >> Book in Armenian : http://www.crda-france.org/fr/6histo...cie_france.htm
    - Kars & Ardahan (General Karabékir summer 1918)

    = 4/ Massacres of Kurdish population :
    http://www.crda-france.org/fr/8envir...kemalistes.htm


    I have other historical subjects to add next time on this list :

    http://www.crda-france.org/fr/6histo...s/turquie5.htm

    It is very-very important to have JPGs of original newspapers, photos, documents in records or archives, etc, etc... on web www pages.

    Best regards from Paris. Take care. Nil
    http://www.crda-france.org/fr/9genoc..._kemalisme.htm

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    You can find these original documents in :

    - The New York Public Library > www

    - The Library of Congress in Washington > www

    - and I am sure in other libraries of cities in the US or UK.

    Nil
    http://www.azad-hye.net/downloads/t1...ing-policy.pdf

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      It would be interesting to have JPGs of original documents of official historical falsifications of Kemalist Turkey on :

      - the Great Interior Sea in Eurasia, an idea
      . built by a turcophil orientalist (name ?) at the first Congress of Orientalists in Paris (1873)
      . and developped in fiction by H.G. Wells in 1925.
      . this book was translated into Turkish by the Minister of Education of Ankara in 1927.

      - fantasy of Turkish turcologs on the epoch of a flourishing prototurk civilization

      - linguistic overbids on the theory of Sun-Language (in the years of 1930) as origin of all the lanuages in the world

      - brochure (1931) intended to teachers on precedence of Touranian languages in Europe.

      - four volumes of history retouched by Ataturk himself (1931)

      - the first History Congress in July 1932 (Ankara ? Stanbul ?) :
      general overview of Turkish History (600 pages) increasing the role of the Turks in Islam, gloriying the Turkish Race, etc..., migration of the Turks up to Ireland, Turkish migrants being carriers of civilized technics in front of pitiful indegenous native peoples (Chineese, Egyptians, etc.)

      -the Hittites are the ancient Turks (1936)

      It would interesting to find the newspapers at the time of these "theories" :
      - the scientific ones which disapproved at that time and today
      - the common newspapers who believed in these historical forgeries and how they got fooled.

      Nil

      http://www.crda-france.org/fr/9genoc...istoriques.htm
      #30

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        Originally posted by CRDA-France View Post
        It would be interesting to have JPGs of original documents of official historical falsifications of Kemalist Turkey on :

        - the Great Interior Sea in Eurasia, an idea
        . built by a turcophil orientalist (name ?) at the first Congress of Orientalists in Paris (1873)
        . and developped in fiction by H.G. Wells in 1925.
        . this book was translated into Turkish by the Minister of Education of Ankara in 1927.

        - fantasy of Turkish turcologs on the epoch of a flourishing prototurk civilization

        - linguistic overbids on the theory of Sun-Language (in the years of 1930) as origin of all the lanuages in the world

        - brochure (1931) intended to teachers on precedence of Touranian languages in Europe.

        - four volumes of history retouched by Ataturk himself (1931)

        - the first History Congress in July 1932 (Ankara ? Stanbul ?) :
        general overview of Turkish History (600 pages) increasing the role of the Turks in Islam, gloriying the Turkish Race, etc..., migration of the Turks up to Ireland, Turkish migrants being carriers of civilized technics in front of pitiful indegenous native peoples (Chineese, Egyptians, etc.)

        -the Hittites are the ancient Turks (1936)

        It would interesting to find the newspapers at the time of these "theories" :
        - the scientific ones which disapproved at that time and today
        - the common newspapers who believed in these historical forgeries and how they got fooled.

        Nil

        http://www.crda-france.org/fr/9genoc...istoriques.htm
        #30
        As if any of that will happen here! Proper academic research, never! Maybe someone in Turkey will eventually take it up for their doctorate or something. The field is ripe for exposure.
        Plenipotentiary meow!

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          Re: (Kemalist) Turkish Republic Historiography : important to have JPGs of documents

          Beginning to search documents of echos in the American press about the cultural-historical affirmations of Ankara regarding their roots with Hittites in the years of Mustafa Kemal :

          http://news.google.com/archivesearch...earch+Archives

          http://news.google.com/archivesearch...earch+Archives

          Also we can make researches on the laws voted in Ankara in 1922 & 1923 : laws forbidding Armenian refugees to come back to their villages :
          http://www.globalarmenianheritage-ad..._kemalisme.htm

          Language Tools Page : http://www.google.com/language_tools?hl=en

          Nil
          #867
          Last edited by CRDA-France; 04-15-2009, 07:57 AM.

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            Re: (Kemalist) Turkish Republic Historiography : important to have JPGs of documents

            I have some new elements.

            About the "Sun-Language", the Mother-language Theory : a nonsense theory of Turkish language being the mother language for all languages of the world : a scientific scandale.

            It was instituated by kemalist linguists at a Congress held in Dolmabace Palace of Istanbul in July 1932. Here is a text of a Kurdish Researcher, Hamit xxxarslan, in Paris who has found documents.

            http://www.google.com/language_tools?hl=en

            Please make the automatic translation, it is worth to see the intellectual imposture and the unscientific role of Ataturk. In 1932, French scientist Jean Deny and his British collegue Sir Denison Ross, were very annoyed because of that. :

            >>> Ce dossier présente 33 documents provenant des archives de Jean Deny. Si quelques-uns de ces documents nous permettent de situer ce grand linguiste et fin connaisseur de la Turquie dans son «atelier» quotidien, d'autres apportent un éclairage inédit sur le Troisième Congrès de la Langue Turque réuni au palais de Dolmabahçe à Istanbul. On voit ainsi s'imposer, pratiquement in vitro, une nouvelle théorie linguistique dite de la « Langue-Soleil » s'inspirant directement de Mustafa Kemal. Nombre de linguistes européens, dont Jean Deny et son collègue britannique Sir Denison Ross se trouvent dès lors dans une situation complexe où ils doivent prendre leurs distances par rapport à la nouvelle théorie pour le moins audacieuse sans pour autant heurter les sensibilités de leurs interlocuteurs turcs.

            http://cat.inist.fr/?aModele=afficheN&cpsidt=20503289

            Historical events >>>> https://openaccess.leidenuniv.nl/bit.../1/350_001.pdf

            It is important to make
            - language highschool teachers
            - every profession dealing with linguistic matters
            (who all try to be professionally rigurous in their job) know about that imposture which reflects one aspect of actual Turkish State denial.

            Nil
            http://www.globalarmenianheritage-ad...istoriques.htm
            #1049
            Last edited by CRDA-France; 06-12-2009, 12:05 PM.

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            • #8
              Re: (Kemalist) Turkish Republic Historiography : important to have JPGs of documents

              Recycling Criminal Young Turks in the creation of "Modern Turkey". A very-very good and useful web site !

              http://www.imprescriptible.fr/turqui...recyclage.html

              Translation by Google : http://translate.google.com/translat...n&sl=fr&tl=en#

              I have done many links to this site from my site, but recently they changed their www address. I have to redo them.

              Nil
              http://www.globalarmenianheritage-ad..._kemalisme.htm
              #1431

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                Re: (Kemalist) Turkish Republic Historiography : important to have JPGs of documents

                Originally posted by CRDA-France View Post
                Recycling Criminal Young Turks in the creation of "Modern Turkey". A very-very good and useful web site !

                http://www.imprescriptible.fr/turqui...recyclage.html

                Translation by Google : http://translate.google.com/translat...n&sl=fr&tl=en#

                I have done many links to this site from my site, but recently they changed their www address. I have to redo them.

                Nil
                http://www.globalarmenianheritage-ad..._kemalisme.htm
                #1431
                A lot of material on this subject is gradually appearing in Turkish sources or by Turkish writers. One in English is "Hittites, Ottomans and Turks - Agaoglu Ahmed Bey and the Kemalist construction of Turkish nationhood in Anatolia" by Can Erimtan in Anatolian Studies, vol. 58, 2008. As its sources it cites a lot of Turkish books. I wonder if this book has any relevant content - http://www.psbooks.co.uk/BookDetails...n=1%23Nav56899
                Plenipotentiary meow!

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                  Re: (Kemalist) Turkish Republic Historiography : important to have JPGs of documents

                  Originally posted by bell-the-cat View Post
                  A lot of material on this subject is gradually appearing in Turkish sources or by Turkish writers. One in English is "Hittites, Ottomans and Turks - Agaoglu Ahmed Bey and the Kemalist construction of Turkish nationhood in Anatolia" by Can Erimtan in Anatolian Studies, vol. 58, 2008. As its sources it cites a lot of Turkish books. I wonder if this book has any relevant content - http://www.psbooks.co.uk/BookDetails...n=1%23Nav56899
                  Thank you. I'll see how useful it can be.

                  Thanks to google translation in language tool page : http://www.google.com/language_tools?hl=en

                  I begin to work in researches in Turkish though I do not speak Turkish : http://www.globalarmenianheritage-ad...rdiction00.htm

                  It is important to work on the kemalist laws forbidding the return of Armenian Refugees to their homes. It is recalled in this very good video "Aghet" of German TV : http://www.armeniangenocide-aghet.com/
                  at 74mn:04 of the English text on the right of the screen. You scroll down the text.

                  They tell us that the return of refugees was forbidden in the Treaty of Lausanne (1923). It will be interesting if it is so.

                  Nil (Paris)
                  http://www.globalarmenianheritage-ad..._kemalisme.htm
                  #1703

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