Strong as steel, fragile as a rose: a Turkish Jewish witness to the twentieth century
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Neyzi, Leyla (2005) Strong as steel, fragile as a rose: a Turkish Jewish witness to the twentieth century. Jewish Social Studies, 12 (1). pp. 167-189. ISSN 0021-6704
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The article presents a Jewish social study by Leyla Neyzi entitled "Strong as Steel, Fragile as a Rose: A Turkish Jewish Witness to the Twentieth Century." It offers an overview of Jewish experience in the Ottoman Empire and the Turkish Republic and discusses the oral history and military journal of Yasar Paker. It states that the Jewish experience in modern Turkey attracted much less interest than the history of Jews in the Ottoman Empire and one of the reasons for this is the silence of the Turkish Jewish community to be in the public.
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