Hasan Tahsin

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For the Ottoman general, see Hasan Tahsin Pasha. For the Albanian theologian and philosopher, see Hasan Tahsini.
Hasan Tahsin
Osman Nevres.jpg
Born Osman Nevres
1888
Salonica, Ottoman Empire
Died May 15, 1919
Izmir, Ottoman
Nationality Ottoman
Ethnicity Sabbatean
Occupation Journalist, member of the Ottoman Special organization
Organization Special Organization
Known for opening of fire on the Greek soldiers that landed at Smyrna
Movement Pan-Turkism

Hasan Tahsin Receb (born Osman Nevres ) (1888 Salonica - May 15, 1919 İzmir) was an Ottoman Sabbatean[1][2][3][4] Turkish nationalist[5][6] journalist. Being a member of the Ottoman special Organization, he unsuccessfully tried to assassinate the Buxton Brothers: Noel Noel-Buxton, 1st Baron Noel-Buxton and Charles Roden Buxton in Romania during World War I.[7]

He is said to have been the first to open fire on the Greek soldiers that landed at Smyrna (present day Izmir) on May 15, 1919[8] in the opening act of the Greek occupation of more than three years that extended over a large part of western Anatolia, as well as of the Greco-Turkish War (1919-1922).

At the time of his death he was publishing and writing for the newspaper "Hukuk-u Beşer" (Ottoman Turkish for "Human Rights").[9]

The first bullet statue of Hasan Tahsin, Izmir, Turkey

References[edit]

  1. ^ Arda Sualp - M. Ali Eren, "Cumhuriyet hanedanları", Aksiyon, Sayı: 51 / Tarih : 25-11-1995. (Turkish)
  2. ^ Ilgaz Zorlu, Evet, ben Selânikliyim: Türkiye Sabetaycılığı, Belge Yayınları, 1999, p. 95. (Turkish)
  3. ^ Abdurrahman Küçük, Dönmeler ve Dönmelik Tarihi, Ünal Matbaası, 1979, p. 237. (Turkish)
  4. ^ Orhan Türkdoğan, Osmanlı'dan Günümüze türk Toplum Yapısı, Çamlıca Yayınları, 2002, p. 166. (Turkish)
  5. ^ Bozkurt Güvenç, Türk Kimliği, Kültür Bakanlığı, 1993, p. 32. (Turkish)
  6. ^ Yaşar Aksoy, Hasan Tahsin’in Anlamı, Haberhüriyeti. (Turkish)
  7. ^ "Teşkilat-ı Mahsusa üyesi Hasan Tahsin", Hürriyet, 17 Mayıs 2009 (Turkish)
  8. ^ Yaşar Aksoy, Jülide Tunaseli, Love for 70 years: Izmir Fair, Metropolitan Municipality of Izmir, 2001, p. 1.
  9. ^ http://www.haberhurriyeti.com/IcerikDetay/533-hasan-tahsin%E2%80%99in-anlami.aspx