Atatürk’s Doomed Love

January 15, 2011

After reading Liliana Serafimova’s fiction-documentary ‘Atatürk’s Doomed Love’ I was intrigued to know more of the personal life of the founder of the Republic of Turkey. Love doomed by circumstances or rather fate having other plans for Mustafa Kemal (at that time military attaché in Sofia and the future founder of modern parliamentary system and secularism in Turkey) and Dimitrina Kovacheva (daughter of the Bulgarian Minister of Defence during the Second Balkan War). The book was originally written in Bulgarian but can also be found in Turkish (Mustafa Kemal ve Miti Kovaçeva Umutsuz Bir Aşkın Öyküsü).

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