20 October 2015

3572) Book Review: Atatürk in the Nazi Imagination by Stefan Ihrig, Harvard Uni

Book Review by Sukru Server Aya: Atatürk in the Nazi Imagination by Stefan Ihrig, Harvard Uni Press

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B Nelson, ASUK said...

S S Aya has done an essential service to the name, reputation and the legend of Ataturk and to all Turks. His detailed response clearly shows how a charlatan like S Ihrig tries to blacken Ataturk's name and dares to associate him with Hitler and Nazis!
Ihrig should read German History again and study Frederick the Great (II) who was the real role model for Hitler. See biography of Frederick The Great, King of Prussia by T Blanning, Alien

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