By Christopher de Bellaigue, The Penguin Press, New York, 2010 The cover of the book includes a photograph of a man and his daughter, both sad looking, and praise for the book by Orhan Pamuk, “A finely written, brave, and very personal book.” These are enough to turn one off...
The launch is scheduled to take place at the Kingsway Hall Hotel in Covent Garden on the evening of 19th April 2012. This is to help celebrate with the book launch commemorating the establishment of the first Turkish Association in which the former President of Northern Cyprus Mr. Rauf...
These are two different books, written 66 years apart, one by a German, the other by an American. The first one is all about Turkey, which tells like it is, but evidently read by only 12 people during the 13 years that it was in the Idaho State Library...
According to the latest census, there are over 32,000 villages in Turkey located in 3,200 Municipalities and 81 Provinces. It is well known that many people who move from villages to cities never cut their relations with their roots and either continue owning homes in the villages or visit...
By Ercument Kilic, in Turkish, 2 Volumes, October 2008, Babil Yayinlari, Istanbul Very few books have been written over the years by the Turkish-Americans or Turks in America as compared to other ethnic groups on the Turkish experience in America. The number of Turkish-Americans is estimated to be around 300,000...
(Translated to Turkish from the original Armenian version by Mariam Arpi and Nairi Arek.) Peri yayinlari, Istanbul, Turkey The first time I learned about ‘’Antranik of Armenia’’ was in a story written by William Saroyan with the same title back in 1935 (1). William Saroyan, the Pulitzer price winner and...
Istanbul Commerce University Publication N0. 25  - January 2008 Armenian genocide is a controversial issue and also a fabrication by many Armenians and their supporters who benefit from it according to those who have studied the events of the end of 19th and the beginning of 20th century with an...
By Sevan Nisanyan, in Turkish by Kirmizi Publishing House, May 2008, Second Printing, July 2008 The author of this book has joined the long list of writers, mostly foreign, who have chosen to attack Ataturk and the Turkish Republic that he founded rather than to make suggestions as to how to...
Serkis Bu Topraklari Sevmisdi By Faruk Bildirici, the Memoirs of Serkis Imas, in Turkish Dogan Kitap, Istanbul, October 2008 Since 1965, when the 50th Anniversary of 1915 tragic events (unjustly referred to as the Armenian genocide) was first commemorated at the Riverside Church in New York City,  which I attended quite by...
A Book by Faruk Pekin and Hayri Fehmi Yılmaz, NTVYayinlari, March 2008, Istanbul, Turkey Turkey is home to unmatched geography and historical and cultural heritage. The greater landmass, Anatolia (Anadolu), referred to as ‘’where the sun rises’’, is also known as the ‘’Cradle of Civilisations’’... Many different people, tribes and...