Yerlikaya, İlhan, Basiret Gazetesi [The Newspaper Basiret] (Van, ), pp. , [in Turkish]. 5. ‛Osmalılık sıfatı’ [Ottoman Traits], Basiret , 12 Rebiyülahir. Basiret gazetesi ve Pancermenizm, Panislamizm, Panslavizm, Osmanlıcılık fikirleri. Front Cover. İlhan Yerlikaya. Yüzüncü Yıl Üniversitesi, Fen-Edebiyat. Yıldız şeytanı: Yıldız şeytanının icraat-ı melunesi. Front Cover. Ali (Basiret gazetesi sahibi.) publisher not identified, – Turkey – 13 pages.
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Oxford University Press, In his diary, Mikhail Aleksandrovich Gazenkampf attached a copy of the first telegram sent baslret Grand Duke Nikolai Nikolaevich after the victory. Degisim Surecinde Osmanli Imparatorlugu, ed.
Gazetrsi Inalcik and Mehmed Seyitdanlioglu Ankara: While the Russians managed to build up an army that barely outnumbered the Ottoman forces in the Balkans, the Ottomans had the advantage of strong fortifications and a superior navy on the Black Sea. Similar to their Russian counter- parts, the newspapers of the Porte reexamined previous models of Westernization and sought to identify what went wrong in the Tanzimat period — I examine the major commonalities between these papers: Due to its geopolitical location, the tiny Bulgarian town of Plevna became front-page news in most European cities.
There are striking similarities between the editorial policies of Golos and Basiret. The envelopes carrying money are the ones that are most likely to be delivered. The Turkish commander, Ahmet Muhtar Pasha, after suffering several defeats in the Caucasus, surrendered three major cities — Kars, Ardahan and Batumi — closing the war at the eastern front.
Popular newspapers — led by Basiret Foresight — reflected on baxiret abysmal results of and pioneered a revision- ist discourse, which constituted the ideological basis of the future Young Turk movement.
Russian and Ottoman Newspapers in the War of For the first time, the post-war Ottoman government was confronted with a newly emerging political entity in the form of a newspaper whose perception of modernity, gazetewi, and religion differed greatly from that of Abdulhamid II.
Promoting the usage of badiret provided a steady flow of ideas, and a bottom-up national demand for rejuvenation.
It was only when the number of Russian casualties drastically increased, following several failed attempts to storm Plevna, that Golos realized the importance of war-correspondence.
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Likewise, most pan-Slavists in Russia believed that the Congress of Berlin was a defeat, while others saw the naked Russian pan-Slavist aims as a defeat for reform. The expansion of an Ottoman newspaper-consuming mass public after the Russo-Turkish War of — was made possible through Basiret and its 45 Karpat, Politicization of Islam, My primary purpose is to shed light on the Turkish popular press, which weighed in on the issues of nationalism, defeat and political campaigning just as its Russian counterparts did.
Accordingly, Basiret allotted a substantial amount of space for spot- lights from the English press, reflecting on the possible scenarios that would emerge after the Congress of Berlin. The emphasis is mine. Gazenkampf, Moi dnevnik —78 gg.
In other words, defeat ensured that competing ideologies now had new outlets and sources of power that in turn rivaled imperial ones. Gazenkampf, who was present at the San Stefano negotiations, wrote: Basiret gazetesi pdf In many respects, the War of — thus became yet another Russo-Turkish conflict with two losers. Hence, I kindly suggest that mothers, wives and sisters should put at least a ruble in their envelopes that they send to the front. I seek to reflect on major commonali- ties between the two major Russian and Ottoman newspapers — Golos and Basiret — in shaping their respective public spheres throughout the War of — Every so often they came across references in the papers or heard bazaar rumors about deteriorating relations, which were taken by them to be the end of their antici- pation.
By the end ofthe Ottoman intelligentsia was acutely aware that the long nineteenth century was closing. Perhaps the most striking aspect of their accounts is the growing importance of newspapers in reflecting the offi- cial news and rumors in this period, and how their sketches of the War of — helped transform the Russian printing industry into a lucrative one that advanced nationalist ideas.
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Alekseev, Ocherki po istorii Russkoi zhurnalistiki i kritiki, 2 vols. In its first issue on 1 JanuaryKraevskii announced that the primary objective of Golos would be to publicize news in a manner of strict gazeteesi objectivity instead of propagating personal opinions or predilections.
Pan-Slavist newspapers created new symbols of national unity, and gradually replaced the old ones — those of the Tsar and the Church — after the Berlin Congress. Just like Alexander II, on the other hand, Abdulhamid II tried to stifle the emerging nationalist discourse while simultaneously attempting to co-opt it to deter fur- ther secessions.
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Izdatelstvo Leningradskogo Universiteta,2: The famous cathedral is covered with some sort of beastly paint- ing and below in the choir areas we found thousands of sleeping people of all sexes and all ages. Thus the newspaper offers a revealing window onto the war and media dis- course, the ways in which public opinion compelled an editorial change — therefore better profits — and how these trends led to an increasingly anti-Tsarist line. Yet, our leaders seem to have a consensus on staying calm and not addressing any of these accusations.
Borkovskii, Opisanie boevoi zhizni v minuvshuiu voinu — godov Tiflis: The war and its ramifica- tions provided a fertile environment in both Russia and the Sublime Porte for the newspaper industries to prosper with an unprecedented velocity, drawing the citizens into public debates over nationalism, identity, and policy making.