• 1. The nationalist historian and activist Yusuf Akfura (1876-1935), in 1904 argued that neither Ottomanism nor Islamism, but only Turkism was the way of salvation.
  • 2. Negative characterizations about the Other, in this case, mean expressions such as “barbarians”, “people who are able to kill babies in their cradles”.
  • 3.
  • 4. This is a summary of my unpublished presentation in the conference “Cyprus in Textbooks—Textbooks in Cyprus”, organized by the Georg- Eckert Institute in Braunschweig, 28-30 April 1994.


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