Ultra-Nationalist Literature in the Turkish Republic: A Note on the Novels of Hüseyin Nihâl Atsiz

  title={Ultra-Nationalist Literature in the Turkish Republic: A Note on the Novels of H{\"u}seyin Nih{\^a}l Atsiz},
  author={Jacob M. Landau},
  journal={Middle Eastern Studies},
  pages={204 - 210}
(2003). Ultra-Nationalist Literature in the Turkish Republic: A Note on the Novels of Huseyin Nihâl Atsiz. Middle Eastern Studies: Vol. 39, No. 2, pp. 204-210. 

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eds.), Türkiye tarihi

  • Bugünkü Türkiye 1980–1995 (Istanbul: Cem Yayınevi,
  • 1997

Nihal Atsız Beg ve Rûh Adam hakkında’, Töre, Vol.86 (July 1978), pp.40–46

  • 2003

Later, there was some change in his emphases, see Yılmaz Öztuna, 'Tarih perspektifinde Alparslan Türkeş

  • 1998

Nihal Atsız Beg ve Rûh Adam hakkında

    Atsız and Türkeş: A Note on the History of Pan-Turkism in Turkey

    • Journal of Turkish Studies
    • 2002

    The former is a personal account, the latter a scholarly piece of research. A special memorial

    • To my knowledge, there are two biographies of Atsız: Altan Deliorman, Tanıdığım Atsız
    • 1976

    Tarihî roman ve Atsız'in tarihî romanları üzerine düşünceler

    • Atsız Armağanı

    Panturkism: From Irredentism to Cooperation (Bloomington, IN

    • 1995

    Further examples by Tural

      Since this article was written, two more items have been published about Atsız: Umut Üzer

      • Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs