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By concentrating on the period 1933–1940, this paper argues that Turkey’s decision to opt for neutrality during the Second World War was not part of a calculated long run strategy, but a abrupt reaction to the unexpected fall of France in the summer of 1940. To explain and expand these...
According to official Turkish and Western historiography, following the key victories against the German forces, Soviet leadership changed its position and started putting pressure on Turkey. Accordingly, the Soviet–Turkish relations changed significantly from being considered friendly until...
The World War II marked an important watershed for Turkey’s foreign policy. It caught Turkey in the middle of a nation and state-building processes as well as still recovering from the damages of the previous war. Thus when the war started, its main concern was to survive it without damage to...
By utilizing published and unpublished speeches, memoranda, and letters, this article examines Churchill’s influence on Anglo Turkish relations during the Second World War resituating Churchill in the diplomatic history of Anglo-Turkish relations. By exploring Churchill’s nineteenth-century...
Neutral Turkey was a ripe propaganda battleground for the belligerent powers in the Second World War. For Britain, there were risks involved in undertaking too much and too little propaganda activity. This provoked debate and tension between the British organizations regarding objectives and...
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