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Signing of Ankara Agreement (Anglo-Franco-Turkish Treaty) and its impact upon the Turkish Press
Abstract.The subject of this research is the examination of news texts in Turkish newspapers through the prism of the Russia-Turkey relations. The object of this research is the basic Turkish newspapers published following the execution of Ankara Agreement. Particular attention is given to the reception of Turkish newspapers over the period of September 28 through October 29, 1939. The author reviews the materials of the publishers “Cumhuriyet” (the Republic), “Ulus” (the People), “Tan” (the Dawn), “Son Posta” (the Last Message), “Akşam” (the Evening), “İkdam” (the Promotion), and “Vakit” (the Time). The article compares the materials of seven publishers, as well as make conclusions on their similarities and discrepancies. The scientific novelty is substantiated by comparing the materials of the publishers that have not been previously examines in the Russian language literature. A conclusion is made that the indicated timeframe (September 28 – October 29, 1939), from the perspective of the considered in the article publisher, was paramount for the Republic of Turkey in selection of the political course.
Keywords: Negotiations, USSR, Mass Media, Turkish Press, Neutrality of Turkey, The Second World War, Foreign Policy of Turkey, History of Turkey, Ankara Agreement, The Anglo-Franco-Turkish Treaty
Article was received:31-05-2018
This article written in Russian. You can find full text of article in Russian here .