[FICHTE'S GERMAN IDEALISM IN TURKEY] Fichte ve Fichte'nin hitâbeleri.
HASAN CEMIL [ÇAMBEL], (1879-1967).
Türk Ocaklari Hars Nesriyati, Ank., 1927.
Paperback. Demy 8vo. (21 x 14 cm). In Ottoman script. 35,  p., 1 Fichte's portrait. Some underlined sentences. Otherwise a good copy. The work is about the life, thoughts, and speeches of philosopher Johann Gottlieb Fichte, (1762-1814), one of the most important representatives of German idealism. Çambel was a Turkish soldier and politician. He was the father of Turkish female archaeologist Halet Çambel. He was a founding member and chairman of the Turkish Historical Society. Çambel, one of Ataturk's close friends, was one of the regular guests of the dinner tables. Hasan Cemil Bey, who returned to the country after working in General Hindenburg Headquarters in Karlsruhe, was appointed as the Rumeli General Inspector and Gendarmerie Rehabilitation Inspector in Thessaloniki. During the Balkan War, he worked as the General Headquarters operations branch. He became the Military Attaché of the Berlin Embassy in 1913. In the First World War, he was appointed as the 51st division commander on the Iraqi front and participated in the Battle of Falahiyya with his division. First Edition. Rare. Özege 5774.; TBTK 7771.; Three institutional copies in OCLC 13085909.; Alper 199.; Ayasbeyoglu 561.
German idealist thought Fichte, Johann Gottlieb, 1762-1814 Ottoman / Turkish editions