İkinci Dünya Savaşı Yıllarında Çıkan “Yurt ve Dünya” Dergisinde Ekonomi Tartışmaları
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People from different countries fell on hard times both politically, socially and economically during the World War II. Turkey experienced such troubles as well. In Turkey, while the society was seeking to struggle with the problem of the war conditions, political arena included various ideologies. Especially, two important movements of thought came to the forefront in these years. One of them was Pan-Turanism racism under the influence of Nazi Germany and fascist Italy which was also related with the consolidation of the nation-state in Turkey. Pan-Turanism was effective in Turkish politics until 1944. On the other hand, there was another movement of thought which criticized the racist approaches and evaluated the developments within the context of an internationalist paradigm. Tan newspaper in Istanbul and Yurt ve Dünya periodicals in Ankara were the representatives of internationalist movement of thought in Turkey.