Empire, Republic, Democracy: A History of Turkey traces the final years of the Ottoman Empire, the struggle for independence, and the birth of the Turkish Republic. The readings explore Atatürk’s sweeping reforms, the emergence of a multiparty democracy, a series of military coups, and the Kurdish conflict. The text concludes by examining current issues in Turkey, from recent political changes within the country to Turkey’s foreign affairs.
A Teacher Resource Book to accompany this iBooks Textbook is available as a pdf portfolio. It includes lesson plans, vocabulary, study guides, graphic organizers, and class handouts. Documents can be posted to a learning management system or emailed directly to students for use on the iPad. This resource book is available from the Choices Program at www.choices/edu/ebooks.
This title is one in a continuing series from the Choices Program.