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us: Sabahaddin, Prens, 1877-1948


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    • us: M. Sabahaddin, Prens, 1877-1948
    • us: Prens Sabahaddin, 1877-1948
    • us: Sabahaddin, M., Prens, 1877-1948
    • us: Sabahattin, Prens, 1877-1948
    • us: Sabaheddin, Prince, 1877-1948
    • us: Mehmet Sabahattin, 1877-1948
    • us: Mehmed Sabaheddin, 1877-1948
    • us: صباح الدين
    • us: صباحالدين
  • Variants

    • us: M. Sabahaddin, Prens, 1877-1948
    • us: Prens Sabahaddin, 1877-1948
    • us: Sabahaddin, M., Prens, 1877-1948
    • us: Sabahattin, Prens, 1877-1948
    • us: Sabaheddin, Prince, 1877-1948
    • us: Mehmet Sabahattin, 1877-1948
    • us: Mehmed Sabaheddin, 1877-1948
    • us: صباح الدين
    • us: صباحالدين
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        1877
    • Death Date

        1948
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    • found: His İttihat ve Terakki Cemiyeti'ne açık mektuplar, 1911: t.p. (Sabahaddin)
    • found: Büyük lûgat ve ansikl., 1969-1973 (Prens Sabahaddin; Turkish sociologist and Young Turk; b. Istanbul 1877, d. Switzerland 1948; grandson of Sultan Abdül Mecid; exiled with rest of Ottoman royalty in 1924)
    • found: Encyc. brit. 15th ed.: v. 13, p. 788 (under Young Turk revolution: Prince Sabaheddin, Sabaheddin)
    • found: Teşebbüs-i şahsı̂ ve tevsi-yi mezuniyet hakkında bir izah, 1908?: t.p. (M. Sabahaddin)
    • found: Taglia, Stefano. Intellectuals and reform in the Ottoman Empire, 2015: ECIP galley (Mehmet Sabahattin) data view (Mehmed Sabaheddin)
    • found: Wikipedia, March 17, 2015 (Prince Sabahaddin; born Sultanzade Mehmed Sabâhaddin on February 13, 1879 in Istanbul; died June 30, 1948 in Neuchâtel, Switzerland; he was an Ottoman sociologist and thinker; because of his threat to the ruling House of Osman (the Ottoman dynasty) in the late 19th and early 20th centuries due to his political activity and push for democracy in the Empire, he was exiled)
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