THE STATUS OF THE TOMB OF SULEYMAN SHAH IN PERIOD OF TRANSITION FROM OTTOMAN STATE TO REPUBLICAN ERA

Abstract

Author(s): Yakup KAYA G繹rkem Ozan ZALP**

A piece of land known as the grave of Suleyman Shah and some land around the grave have transferred from the Seljuks to the Ottoman Empire, and finally to the Republic of Turkey since more than seven hundred years is a significant heritage. The grave attributed to Suleyman Shah situated in the Ja'ber Castle was accepted as a Turkish Grave for centuries. After the First World War when Syria district was occupied by France, Ja'ber region has been also detached from the Ottoman domination. It is understood that the issue that the area, in which Suleyman Shah tomb took place, should belong to Turkey was imposed to France by Ankara government in accordance with perform in line with the objectives of the National Pact. At the National Independence period, especially between May and October 1921 diplomacy was applied by Government of Grand National Assembly of Turkey has reached success and finally, Article 9 of Ankara Agreement the fact that Tomb of Suleyman Shah belongs to territory of Turkey has been accepted by France

Announcements

You can send your paper at https://www.scholarscentral.org/submissions/international-social-research.html

  • The Journal of International Social Research / Uluslararas覺 Sosyal Arat覺rmalar Dergisi ISSN: 1307-9581, an international, peer-reviewed, on the web publication, from 2007 will be issued least four times annualy.
  • Our journal is an independent academic publication based on research in social sciences, contributing to its field and trying to publish scientific articles that will bring innovation to the original and social sciences.
  • The journal has got an international editorial board and referee board, mainly embodied from the each individually professional on the social research fields.
  • Uluslararas覺 Sosyal Arat覺rmalar Dergisi / The Journal of International Social Research became a member of Cross Reff since 2014 and started to assign DOI numbers to the articles. image
Google Scholar citation report
Citations : 27

The Journal of International Social Research received 27 citations as per Google Scholar report

The Journal of International Social Research peer review process verified by publons
Get the App