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Bir milletin kültür düzeyi üç safhada; devlet, düşünce ve ekonomideki çalışma ve başarılarının özüyle ölçülür.

Türkiye Cumhuriyeti’nin Temeli Kültürdür.

Bir millet savaş alanlarında ne kadar zafer elde ederse etsin-, o zaferin sürekli sonuçlar vermesi ancak kültür ordusu ile mümkündür.

Asıl uğraşmaya mecbur olduğumuz şey, yüksek kültürde ve fazilette dünya birinciliğini tutma
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Paperback, 176 pages
Published 1990 by Atatürk Kültür Merkezi
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He was born in 1881 (probably in the spring) in Salonica, then an Ottoman city, now in Greece. His father Ali Riza, a customs official turned lumber merchant, died when Mustafa was still a boy. His mother Zubeyde, a devout and strong-willed woman, raised him and his sister. First enrolled in a traditional religious school, he soon switched to a modern school. In 1893, he entered a military high ...more
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