Europe’s 50 Biggest Lies

Mustafa Armağan

Europe’s 50 Biggest Lies



This book reveals the “European miracle,” a notion that Turkish intellectuals have pursued for a century and a half, through different and surprising perspectives. Mustafa Armağan exposes the great lies of European history. Some intriguing titles include: Florence Nightingale being known as the angel of death in England, Galileo not being a hero of science who opposed the church, Magna Carta being a step backward rather than forward in European history, and Hitler not actually having a plan to invade Europe. The author’s aim is to provoke thought and surprise readers. Following his significant works on Ottoman and recent history, Armağan invites readers to explore the unknown aspects of European history.

  • Publisher: Hümayun Publishing
  • Type:Non-Fiction
  • Genre:Adult
  • Author(s):Mustafa Armağan
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  • Pages: 344
  • Size:13,5x21cm
  • Cover:Paperback
  • Barcode : 9786057407924
  • Original Name:Avrupanın 50 Büyük Yalanı
  • Original Language:Turkish

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