Ataturk: The rebirth of a Nation [Patrick Kinross] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Ataturk: the rebirth of a nation / Lord Kinross. Note: Also published under the title: Ataturk: a biography of Mustafa Kemal, father of modern Turkey. Physical. Get this from a library! Atatürk: the rebirth of a nation. [Patrick Balfour Kinross, Baron].
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But he isn’t afraid to show that Ataturk, while being brilliant, progressive and a wily and adept statesman was also a profoundly flawed individual. Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty. Some parts of the book were very interesting, while others were not at all.
What other items do customers buy after viewing this item? What I liked most is the fact that the author is unbiased; he shows all the qualities of the man, general and leader but also his flaws. The E-mail Address es you entered is are not in a valid format.
Some knowledge of the divisiveness of the current Mideast is expanded as well. I’d like to try and get a more modern and up-dated version of this story now as it is quiet an interesting area and whatever his faults, Ataturk had a Enjoyable and informative, but dated.
Atatürk: The Rebirth Of A Nation
Your request to send this item has been completed. English View all editions and formats Rating: Highly recommended for filling the historical gap between Asia and Europe in the 20th Century. The book was quite a nice read. With a strong will and with almost non-stop energy, he was able to strong-arm, bully, or inspire people to follow him in the gargantuan task of totally overhauling and entire country of people. Have to note a book with such depth and details might be difficult to grasp for beginners in the subject.
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Instead of bringing about a change of government, he finds himself pushed to the side as several revolutionaries take the fore, become despots in their own right and are then torn down — such as Enver Pasha.
The ONLY complaint about how the author wrote the book is that he spelled city names kineoss. The steadfast attitude of Ataturk was a contrast to the prevarication and an attitude of colonialist superiority displayed by the West.
May 24, Dan rated it liked it Shelves: He married a woman, a writer with an independent streak, as I recall, a union which didn’t last or produce heirs, more’s the pity but was an admirable attempt to put his money where his mouth was. He seized power after the first world war after the Ottoman empire had been stripped of much of its territory.
Would like to read again. Would you like to tell us about a lower price? The political maneuvering portions of the book were tedious at times, but most of the book, especially the military campaigns were real page turners.
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In the end, we get the impression that Ataturk was a brilliant human being, but nonetheless human. Get to Know Us. I wasn’t very happy with how Ataturk died but what can you do? These online bookshops told us they have this item: Nov 16, Robert Bram rated it it was amazing.
But then, there is Turkey today. With the collapse of the Ottoman Empire after the First World War came the emergence of new nations, chief among them Turkey itself.