FACULTY OF ARCHITECTURE
CITY AND REGIONAL PLANNING
Course Name   Atatürks Principles and History of Revolutions
Semester Course Code Theoretical / Practice time ECTS
7 3503780 2 / - 2
Course Degree Bachelor's degree
Course Language Turkish
Format of Delivery: Face to Face
Course Coordinator Lecturer Serap TAŞTEKİN
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Instructors
Okt. Serap TAŞTEKİN
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Course Objectives The aim of the course Principles of Atatürk and History of Revolution students explaining how to install the circumstances under which the Republic of Turkey, Ataturks principles form the basis of the state to adopt, Atatürks personality as much as soldiers, a great statesman, revolutionary personality and leadership, non-racist nationalism, describes international efforts in respect of the establishment of peace.
Basic Sciences Engineering Scinces Social Sciences Educational Sciences Artistic sciences Medical Science Agricultural sciences
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Course Learning Methods and Techniquies
Week Course Content Resource
1 Turkish history of revolution, the aim of studying Ataturks principles course and the definitions of terms related to that period of time (Reform, revolution, improvements, maturation, modernisation etc. ), The collapsing reasons of Ottoman Empirement and explanations. Kemal Atatürk Nutuk(Speech) Zeynep Korkmaz Atatürk Research Center 1998
2 The reform efforts and some explanations of attempts to prevent the collapse of Ottoman Empirement. Democratisation and path to the republic in Ottoman Empirement. Atatürks speech and statements, Atatürk Research Center,Ankara 1989
3 Some idea trends occured in Ottoman Empirement and their explanations. The minority activities in Ottoman history and particularly Ermanian problems reflections today. Refik Turam Atatürks Principles and History of Turkish Revolution
4 The reasons of break of World War 1 and Ottoman Empirements joining. Mondros cease-fire agreement and evaluation of it in terms of threats against Turkey. Ergun Aybars, History of Turkish Republic Ege Univ.Print House İzmir 1984.
5 The condition of the country during the occupations and Mustafa Kemal Pashas reaction. Mustafa Kemal Pashas leading to Samsun, ning of applying his plans and contacting army and civil administrations. The first steps for National Struggle: Amasya circular, Erzurum and Sivas Congresses, and their place and importance in National Struggle. Turkish Republic History V. I-II, Atatürk Research Center 2000
6 Establishment of National Forces and National borders and political events. Founding of TBMM and taking the responsibility of independence war. Turkish Republic History V. I-II, Atatürk Research Center 2000
7 Rebellions against TBMM during National Struggle. National Forces East Front-line, The Gümrü Treaty (3rd December 1920), South Front-line, Gaziantep Front-line, Maraş Front-line, Adana Front-line, Urfa Front-line Turkish Republic History V. I-II, Atatürk Research Center 2000
8 The plans of sharing of Turkey by Allied Countries San Remo Conference, The Sevr Treaty, The transition to the Organized Army The I. İNÖNÜ WAR (6-10 January 1921) The consequences of I. İnönü War, The London conference (21 Feb11 March 1921), TheMoscow Treaty(16 March 1921) Turkey-Afghanistan. Alliance Treaty Turkish Republic History V. I-II, Atatürk Research Center 2000
9 The II. İNÖNÜ WAR (31 MARCH-1 APRIL 1921) AFYON-ESKİŞEHİR-KÜTAHYA WAR, Mustafa Kemal Commander in Chief, Liabilities of Nation `s Orders SAKARYA WAR (23 August-13 Sep 1921), The consequnces of Sakarya WAR The Big Attack Preperation to the Big Attackk, The subject of Commander in Chief The big attack, Revolution in Greece, The crisis betwwen the soldiers from English and Turkish before the agreement Turkish Republic History V. I-II, Atatürk Research Center 2000
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11 The Mudanya Treaty Consequences of Treaty, Lozan Peace Agreement, The decisions of Lozan Peace Agreement Turkish Revolutions Political Reforms, Sultanate Abolish, Decleration of Republic The caliphate abolish, Constitution Movements The law of Teşkilatı Esasiye, Constitution of 1924, Political parties and Groups formed at the Turkish Grand National Assembly, Socialist and communist Groups, The Groups of Müdafaa-i Hukuk Turkish Republic History V. I-II, Atatürk Research Center 2000
12 Turkish Revolutions Political Reforms, Sultanate Abolish, Decleration of Republic The caliphate abolish, Constitution Movements The law of Teşkilatı Esasiye, Constitution of 1924, Political parties and Groups formed at the Turkish Grand National Assembly, Socialist and communist Groups, The Groups of Müdafaa-i Hukuk Turkish Republic History V. I-II, Atatürk Research Center 2000
13 Political Parties after National Struggle The transition to the multiparty period, The foundation Public Community, Terakkiperver Republican Community, Free Republican Community, The enterprises of the other party foundations. Reactions against government Rebellion of Şeyh Said, The Law of Takriri Sukun Reorganization of Independence Courts, Assassination to M.Kemal in Izmir Turkish Republic History V. I-II, Atatürk Research Center 2000
14 The Revolutions at Law The revolutions at Education, The Law of Tevhid-i Tedrisat Atatürk and Turkish History Thesis, Turkish Language Revolution The Reforms at Social Area The clothing reform ve Abolishing fez, The clozing of the Tekkes, Acceptance of Gregorian Calendar, Modification at weight, The right of women, National holidays Turkish Republic History V. I-II, Atatürk Research Center 2000
15 Atatürks Principles and Reforms Independance, Republicanism, Nationalism, Reformism, Secularism, Islam and Secularism, Amendments at Atatürks Period concerning secularism, Atatürk and Secularism, Statism, Populism Foreign Policy at Atatürk Period General Polcies Foreign Policy in1923-1930, Foreign Policy in 1930-1938, The Balkanic Pact, Italian Threat in Mediterranean Sea, The Montreux Treaty, The solution of Hatay problem, Turkish Republic History V. I-II, Atatürk Research Center 2000
Assesment Criteria   Mid-term exam Final exam
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ECTS WORK LOAD TABLE   Number Duration
Course Duration : 15 2
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Mid-term exam : 1 8
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ECTS 2
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