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Ataturk [Englisch] [Taschenbuch]

Andrew Mango
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16. Februar 2004
This biography of Ataturk aims to strip away the myth to show the complexities of the man beneath. Born plain Mustafa in Ottoman Salonica in 1881, he trained as an army officer but was virtually unknown until 1919, when he took the lead in thwarting the victorious Allies' plan to partition the Turkish core of the Ottoman Empire. He divided the Allies, defeated the last Sultan and secured the territory of the Turkish national state, becoming the first president of the new republic in 1923. He imposed coherence, order and mordernity and in the process, created his own legend and his own cult.

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  • Taschenbuch: 666 Seiten
  • Verlag: John Murray Publishers; Auflage: New Ed (16. Februar 2004)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 0719565928
  • ISBN-13: 978-0719565922
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 12,9 x 19,7 cm
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  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 86.787 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)
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Surely definitive ... I enjoyed every page and recommend this book highly Simon Sebag Montifiore, Mail on Sunday A fluent, thorough and enjoyable biography, which for comprehensiveness, balance and deftness of touch outclasses all the alternatives for the English reader Mark Mazower, New Statesman The best concise account I have ever seen of the decline of the Ottoman Empire. The narrative is gripping. It does not merely present all the facts of Ataturk's career but paints a credible picture of the whole man Geoffrey Lewis The profundity of Mango's analysis and his empathy with the years of national regeneration lift Ataturk to a higher level of biography than any previous account Alan Palmer, Literary Review Takes its place at the top Norman Stone, Sunday Times

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This biography of Ataturk aims to strip away the myth to show the complexities of the man beneath. Born plain Mustafa in Ottoman Salonica in 1881, he trained as an army officer but was virtually unknown until 1919, when he took the lead in thwarting the victorious Allies' plan to partition the Turkish core of the Ottoman Empire. He divided the Allies, defeated the last Sultan and secured the territory of the Turkish national state, becoming the first president of the new republic in 1923. He imposed coherence, order and mordernity and in the process, created his own legend and his own cult.

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4.0 von 5 Sternen Ýnformative and fair research about Atatürk 21. November 2000
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Actually one of the best books about Atatürk written by a foreign author. As the author spent long years in Turkey,he was able to give the reader an understanding of the social and psychologic structure of turkish society which is absolutely necessary to understand the historical developement of our nation and therefore of Ataturk and his politics. While the author researched most of turkish and foreign sources about Ataturk and presents a well structured and informative study,it has to be said that some facts are shown in a speculative way,especially while the author tries to solve some myths and anecdotes linked to the personality of Ataturk,as he doesnt show sources which would support his theories. Mango's book does not contain any unknown or real new facts about Ataturk for the Turkish (or Turkish speaking foreign)reader who is familiar with this theme,but is a well presented and objective foreign point of view and therefore of great interest for both turkish and non-turkish readers. An interesting and fair study about this great statesman.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Father Turk's Story 3. Juni 2000
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When the Turkish Republic made it mandatory for all citizens to adopt surnames, its president Mustapha Kemal selected "Ataturk" - "Father Turk" - as uniquely his own. (His sister and other relatives were not allowed to use it.) The sobriquet embodied Kemal's image of himself, which was shared by many other Turks then and thereafter.
This hefty biography, written by a veteran and sympathetic observer of the Turkish scene, is more detailed and less fawning than Lord Kinross's 1964 tome, previously the best-known English life of Kemal. It is based on an extensive array of printed Turkish sources, synthesizing what a diligent modern Turk would know about Kemal if he read everything that is readily available. On the other hand, the absence of archival research leaves many evidentiary conflicts unresolved and gives the accounts of controversial episodes a "he said, she said" flavor.
The focus is very closely, perhaps too closely, on Kemal himself. We are presented not only with the dramatic incidents of his exciting career (conspiracies, coups, wars, assassinations) and disorderly private life (womanizing, alcoholism, corrupt cronies, broken friendships, suspicions of foul play) but also with itineraries of his travels and summaries of numerous unmemorable speeches. The decrees of "Kemalism" - abolishing the Caliphate and the shariat, secularizing education, reforming the Turkish language, adopting the Christian calendar, granting equality to women, compelling men to wear European-style hats - issue forth from Ankara, but we barely glimpse how they were received in the country at large or how much fundamental change they truly wrought.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen ATATURK: EVIL OR GOOD? 20. April 2000
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Finally...I've been waiting for this book to come out since1997 when I first read a review of this book. I already knew whoAndrew Mango was since I'd read several articles of him. I was waitingsince I'd had the belief that he was an objective historian. In that review Mango was saying that the book may disappoint the Turkish Government and people a little bit. I purchased the book and read immediately. Yes he is objective. He successfully points to some facts such as how the elimination of Armenian citizens deprived the country of her talented cratfsmen and merchants or to some other facts such as the misdeeds of the anti-minority policy during and after Ataturk. He calls the 1915 Armenian deportation an ethnic cleansing. This and similar books will help the young Turkish generation of Turkey strip themselves of hypnotizing government policy hopefully. On the other hand I think there are some flaws, such as he claims that the apologestics of Vahideddin (the Sultan) propose that the Sultan ordered M.Kemal to go to Anatolia. In fact Falih Rifki Atay, who was a Kemalist, mentions about the historical meeting between Vahdeddin and M.Kemal in his book "Cankaya" which included many memoirs of Ataturk. This book is another help for Turkish youth to think different and not to repeat the misdeeds of the Young Turks and their successors from CUP (Ittihat ve Terakki) to today's Turkish Government. I recommend it enthusiastically to all interested readers.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Ataturk 20. April 2000
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I am a Turkish American who has read almost every Turkish and non-Turkish book about Ataturk's life. While I found this book to be a very well searched and written, it is a hard read. I found it does not pull you like Lord Kinross's Ataturk does. Mango did draw a very honest picture of Ataturk and at the end of the book, despite his weaknesses, you find yourself admiring the subject and what he accomplished. Still, the author talks more about the events surrounding Ataturk's decisions rather than his emotional and mental condition while making those decisions. One think that annoyed me through out the book was his trying to clear some myths and stories told over the years. That would be OK if there was any way of checking the facts but in most cases there are not. He questions stories told by friends, foes and Ataturk himself, without telling the reader why he is questioning them. In other words, he speculates that the particular story must have happened some other way but he does not have any prove to back it up. Still it is an honest book and I am glad he is very even handed dealing with history. Turks usually complain of biases in foreign authors' writings. It is clear Mango has no biases and he reports only the facts. I am also glad he is even handed about Ataturk's private life. Many ugly allegations have been made against Ataturk by his enemies that continues to this day. While he was not perfect, he was not what his enemies have made him out to be and Mango gives a very clear picture of his private life with warts and all. He also explains why and how some of these ugly stories were spread and continue to spread to this day. It is a good book for educational purposes. My favorite, however, is still Lord Kinross's Ataturk.
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