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Ataturk's Daughter

Afet Inan

"Afet, who was later given by Ataturk the surname Inan (meaning 'Believe!'), became Mustafa Kemal's lifelong favourite woman companion. She was content to serve as his amanuensis, working to his dictation, amplifying his theories, and falling in with all his views."

Andrew Mango, Ataturk, p.439

After Mustafa Kemal Ataturk divorced his wife Latife in 1925, he adopted five daughters. One of them was Afet Inan (1908

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A Century of Feminism in Turkey

  1. Sharia and Ottoman Family Law
  2. The Ottoman Women's Movement
  3. An Ottoman Feminist
  4. Ataturk on Women
  5. Ataturk's Daughter
  6. A Disillusioned Revolutionary
  7. A Republican Rebel
  8. A Liberal Feminist
  9. 'The woman has no name'
  10. A Religious Feminist
  11. Feminism in Diyarbakir
  12. A CHP Parliamentarian
  13. A Radical Feminist
  14. Women for Women's Human Rights
  15. "Being a woman"
  16. A Kemalist Feminist

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