Young Turks (disambiguation)
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Young Turks was a reform movement during the last years of the Ottoman Empire.
Young Turks may also refer to:
- Young Turks (U.S. politics), a group of U.S. Republicans in the 1960s
- Young Turks (Thailand), a clique of military officers which played an important role in the coups during the 1970s and 1980s
- Young Turks, a group of Russian cabinet ministers and advisors to President Boris Yeltsin in the late 1990s
- Young Turks, a group of officers who helped Nguyễn Khánh stay in power in the September 1964 South Vietnamese coup attempt
- Young Turks, a group of New Zealand National Party politicians critical of their party's senior leadership in the early 1960s:
- Andrea Orlando, Italian politician nicknamed "Young Turk"
- Young Turks (Bell Labs), a group of influential scientists who worked at Bell Labs
- Young Turks, a Philadelphia street gang under Mafia boss Joey Merlino
- A group of young Italian-American mafia members that opposed the Mustache Pete (or old guard) in the early days of the American mafia
- Young Turk (Moris Farhi novel), a 2004 novel by Moris Farhi
- The Young Turks (TYT), an Internet news channel
- Young Turks (record label), a record label for the musical acts FKA twigs, The xx, SBTRKT and Sampha among others
- "Young Turks" (song), a song from the 1981 Rod Stewart album Tonight I'm Yours
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