- Mehmed Fuad Köprülü
Er stammte aus der prominenten Köprülü Familie und wurde deshalb auch Köprülüzade genannt. Er war bekannt für seine Beiträge zur Geschichte des Osmanischen Reiches, zur türkischen Folklore und zur türkischen Sprache.
Als Historiker beschäftigte er sich mit dem „Ursprung des Osmanischen Reiches“ und schrieb über „Die Seldschuken von Anatolien. Ihre Geschichte und Kultur entsprechend lokalen moslemischen Quellen“ und „Islam in Anatolien nach der türkischen Invasion.
Bekir Sami Kunduh | Ahmet Muhtar Mollaoğlu | Yusuf Kemal Tengirşenk | İsmet İnönü | Şükrü Kaya | Tevfik Rüştü Aras | Şükrü Saracoğlu | Numan Menemencioğlu | Hasan Saka | Necmettin Sadak | Mehmet Fuat Köprülü | Adnan Menderes | Fatin Rüştü Zorlu | Mehmet Fuat Köprülü | Ethem Menderes | Selim Rauf Sarper | Feridun Cemal Erkin | Hasan Esat Işık | İhsan Sabri Çağlayangil | Osman Esim Olcay | Ümit Haluk Bayülken | Turan Güneş | Metin Rauf Esenbel | İhsan Sabri Çağlayangil | Ahmet Gündüz Ökçün | İhsan Sabri Çağlayangil | Ahmet Gündüz Ökçün | Hayrettin Erkmen | Ertuğrul Ekrem Ceyhun | İlter Türkmen | Vahit Melih Halefoğlu | Ahmet Mesut Yılmaz | Ali Hüsrev Bozer | Ahmet Kurtcebe Alptemoçin | İsmail Safa Giray | Hikmet Çetin | Mümtaz Soysal | Murat Karayalçın | Erdal İnönü | Ali Coşkun Kırca | Deniz Baykal | Emre Gönensay | Tansu Çiller | İsmail Cem | Şükrü Sina Gürel | Yaşar Yakış | Abdullah Gül | Ali Babacan | Ahmet Davutoğlu
Personendaten NAME Köprülü, Mehmet Fuat ALTERNATIVNAMEN Köprülüzade KURZBESCHREIBUNG türkischer Politiker und Historiker GEBURTSDATUM 5. Dezember 1890 GEBURTSORT Istanbul STERBEDATUM 28. Juni 1966 STERBEORT Istanbul
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