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I – Osmanli Devleti’nin Kurlusundan Istanbul’un Fethine Kadar by Uzuncarsili, Ismail Hakki and a great selection of similar Used, New and Collectible Books. Ismail Hakki Uzuncarsili’Ya Armagan: Ord. Prof. Dr.?smail Hakk? UzunÃ§ar??l?’ ya Arma?an and a great selection of similar Used, New and Collectible Books. One of the most prolific scholars in the field of Ottoman history, Turkish historian İsmail Hakkı Uzunçarşılı dedicated his whole life to reading and.
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Ottoman history is so lengthy that only a few historians have dared to write about it from beginning until the end.
Early orientalists such as Hammer and Iorga had such courage; however, their long Ottoman histories have been severely criticized by their successors. Indeed, both felt free to tell all of Ottoman history as a long story.
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Beside the orientalist endeavor to enclose Ottoman history, Turkish natives have also haki to give a complete panoramic view of the history of the Ottoman Turks.
It’s interesting that Ahmet Cevdet Pasha, one of the last official chroniclers of the Ottoman State, showed no such enthusiasm in enclosing Ottoman history in its entirety.
Instead, he wrote 12 volumes on the history of the state from to He also wrote a more independent history, “The Parables of the Prophets and the History of the Caliphs,” where he showed his real talent: After the collapse of the Ottoman State and the birth of the Turkish Republic, the hesitation to write a complete Ottoman history continued.
He was a keen reader of history and collected resources. He had a good library and a private archive.
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He published two separate volumes on these inscriptions, which have great importance in determining exact dates, personalities and structures in Ottoman history. Bureaucrat and politician His works in history was rewarded, as he was assigned as an inspector in the Ministry of Education for a period before he became the general director of elementary schooling. He was a member of the Turkish History Institution from until his death.
After the higher education reform ofhe continued lecturing in history on uzuncarsi,i such as the Anatolian Seljuks, Anatolian Beyliks and the Ottoman period until the reign of Suleiman the Magnificent. He also lectured at Ankara University, which was founded due to the so-called reform. He resigned from the university and continued in Parliament.
This is only one example of the harsh political intervention in scholarly research during the history of the Republic of Turkey. He wrote 19 books on history and more than 90 articles in periodicals. Yet, before that, he published four separate volumes on the organization of Ottoman bureaucracy, the palace, the navy and the army.
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