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The Circassians of Turkey

War, Violence and Nationalism from the Ottomans to Ataturk

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A revised narrative of the bonds of kinship and loyalty that inscribed their presence on the Ottoman empire and Turkish republic.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Acknowledgments
Note on Place-names, Names, Abbreviations
Maps
Chapter One: Introduction

Chapter Two: 'Rebellion' or 'Civil War' Circassian Paramilitary Activism During the Turkish-Greek War of 1919-1920


Chapter Three: Civil War in the Empire: Adapazari- Duzce and Yozgat Incidents (1920)

Chapter Four: Replacement of the Bandits and Irregular Forces with the Regular Army in the Western Front, Cerkes Ethem, Mustafa Kemal and Ismet (Inoenu)

Chapter Five: The Circassian Congress, Bandits and Goenen-Manyas Deportations

Chapter Six: 150'ers, Circassians and Turkish State 1924-1938

Chapter Seven: Conclusion

Bibliography

Archives and Sources

Om forfatteren

Caner Yelbasi is Assistant Professor of History at Mardin Artuklu University, Turkey. He holds a PhD in History from the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London.