Istanbul: I il Matbaasi, 1947. First edition. Original printed wrappers (5 ½” x 8”), 44,  pp. Faint foxing and wear to wrappers, bottom corner bumped; cheap paper browning, some pages uncut, VG overall. Three copies in WorldCat at Harvard, Oxford and Bogazici Univ. in Istanbul. Scarce. In Turkish.
A response by the Turanist-racist writer, Nejdet Sancar, after he was fired from his teaching position for refusing to attend a welcome ceremony for Turkish Minister of Education, Hasan li Yücel. Sancar was a core figure in a militant group of Turanist-racists led by his older brother, Nihâl Atsiz, the most important 20th century racist ideologue in Turkey. Both brothers were arrested during the government crackdown on the Turanist movement and were tried during the so-called ‘Racism-Turanism Trials’. They both remained important right wing figures in post-WWII Turkey with both dying in 1975. Item #06302