Turkey: a strategic land and it's people

United States, 1959

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The location of Turkey between Asia and Europe and astride Russia’s water route to the Black Sea gives it a strategic political importance. Shows the climatic and geographical features, natural resources and industries in relation to the Turkish people, the beginnings of westernisation as introduced by Ataturk and the continuing changes taking place in modern Turkey.

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