Ali Naci Karacan

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Ali Naci Karacan (1896 – 7 July 1955) was a Turkish journalist and publisher. He was involved in founding the Turkish daily newspapers Akşam (1918) and Milliyet (1955), and his family, including grandson Ali Naci Karacan, built up a publishing group around Milliyet.[1] He was the President of Fenerbahçe S.K. (1926 - 1927),[2] and the editor of the newly founded Tan from 1935.[1] Born Ali Naci, he later took the additional surname Karacan.

The Ali Naci Karacan Stadı in Gönyeli is named for him.

Books[edit]

  • Naci Karacan, Ali. Ya Hürriyet Ya Ölüm (1934)
  • Naci Karacan, Ali. Lozan Konferansı ve İsmet pașa (1943) - on the Conference of Lausanne and İsmet İnönü
  • Tanju, Sadun. Doludizgin: Ali Naci Karacan, bir gazetecinin hayatı. Karacan, 1986.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Elizabeth Thompson, answers.com, Gale Encyclopedia of the Mideast & N. Africa: Ali Naci Karacan
  2. ^ Fenerbahçe Cumhuriyeti, FENERBAHÇE BAŞKANLARI