Hakimiyet-i Milliye (Turkish: National Sovereignty) was a Turkish newspaper established by Atatürk in 1920. and functioned as the major newspaper of Turkish nationalist movement during the Turkish war of independence. It was renamed to Ulus in 1934. The first editor was Ahmet Ağaoğlu.
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