The study focuses on the mutual transfer of military knowledge between the German and the Ottoman/ Turkish army between the 1908 Young Turk revolution and the death of Ataturk in 1938. Whereas the Ottoman and later the Turkish army were the main beneficiaries of this selective appropriation, the German armed forces evaluated their (prospective) ally's military experiences to a lesser extent. Through the analysis of archival and published sources and memoir literature the study provides evidence for the impact of this exchange on the armies of both countries and on the Turkish civil society. Indeed, the officer corps in both countries was a small but influential group of the society for the further development of their nations. (source: Nielsen Book Data) 9783110554786 20180924
"The thesis study presented is analyzing to what extent the inner dynamics of the state of Israel -starting from its foundation until the era of 2000s- affected its relations with the Republic of Turkey. In this context, it is also examined how the internal affairs of the Turkish Republic had an impact on its relations with the state of Israel. In this study, we will be focusing on the relations of these two states, which are in fact not too far regionally, have similar foundation ideologies, and present parallel political affairs in the world scene for the most of the time, in terms of 20-year periods by taking their internal politics balances into consideration."