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The Turkish State and History

Clio Meets the Gray Wolf
Speros Vryonis, Jr.
Pages/Illustr. 160 p.
Clothbound
Status: In Stock

ISBN: 0-89241-532-0

In creating a modern state, Turkey's leaders have invented a tendentious national mythology which drew from racialist and other ideologies popular in the early 20th century. In his new work, Dr. Vryonis discusses the ideological foundations of Turkish official history, beginning with a critique of Turgut Ozal's book "Turkey in Europe," in which the latter seeks to develop the idea of the Turkish foundations of European culture (sic). Vryonis examines the efforts by a succession of Turkish governments to impose their peculiar views of history and denial of culpability for genocide on the political and academic establishments of the United States.


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