Author(s): Yüksel KAŞTAN

The geography of countries and societies has always been effective on their history. The geography, geography, plains, mountains, streams, vegetation, climate and economic activities of the geography are important factors in the fate of a geography. Since the geography of Anatolia has served as a bridge between east and west, south and north, it has always been strategically important. The fertile soils between the Euphrates and the Tigris rivers were called Mesopotamia and were very important in terms of agricultural production activities. For this reason, there were important civilizations in these lands. The Syrian territory, which is located within the borders of the Ottoman Empire, has a strategic structure in the military field. The geographical structure, climate, vegetation and life style of the Syrian region began to be examined by European states in the early 20th century. This may include a number of reasons for the Jewish population, such as finding a home, approaching oil regions, taking part in the strategic importance of the Suez Canal, and having fertile soil. In this study, the geographical structure, climate and vegetation of the Syrian territories in the early 20th century were investigated. The findings of the study were evaluated and evaluated.


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