Definition of Kemal pasha
1. Noun. Turkish statesman who abolished the caliphate and founded Turkey as a modern secular state (1881-1938).
Generic synonyms: National Leader, Solon, Statesman
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Literary usage of Kemal pasha
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1. Ottoman Literature: The Poets and Poetry of Turkey by Elias John Wilkinson Gibb (1901)
"Ahmed kemal pasha-Zada lies buried at Constantinople, outside the Adrianople Gate. He left a collection of historical anecdotes, ..."
2. Memories of a Turkish Statesman-1913-1919 by Cemal Paşa (1922)
"I went into the cause of the dispute, and came to the conclusion that kemal pasha was entirely in the right. Mustafa kemal pasha respected all the rights of ..."
3. Speaking of the Turks by K. Ziya Mufti-zada (1922)
"have already guessed: I am referring to Musta- pha kemal pasha, the undisputed leader of ... "As you know, Mustapha kemal pasha is not only the promoter, ..."
4. The Annual Register edited by Edmund Burke (1911)
"The attempt proved to be an utter failure, and Sherif Pasha and kemal pasha were condemned to various terms of imprisonment. The Opposition in the Chamber, ..."
5. Ottoman Poems by Elias John Wilkinson Gibb (1882)
"Ahmed the son of kemal pasha is a writer of great note in the annals of ... Under Selim I., kemal pasha-Zada attained the highest legal position in the ..."
6. Universal Classics Library by Oliver Herbrand Gordon Leigh (1901)
"Ahmed the son of kemal pasha is a writer of great note in the annals of ... Under Selz'm I., kemal pasha-Zada attained the highest legal position in the ..."
7. Turkey, a World Problem of To-day by Talcott Williams (1921)
"Mustapha kemal pasha was not widely known when in 1919 he took command of the Turkish army in Asia Minor and broke with the pashas at Constantinople, ..."