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Gazeteci Gözüyle Direnis - 21 Foto Muhabirinden Gezi Fotograflari by Serkan; Emen, Idris Ocak ISBN 13: 9786054764877

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Gazeteci Gözüyle Direnis - Through The Eyes Of Journalists: Resistance Amd Gezi Park Photographs

by Coskun Aral (ed)

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Istanbul: Kirmizi Kedi Yayinevi, 2013. 1st Edition . Soft cover. Very Good/No Jacket. Dual language Turkish/English. Brilliant photo-journalism compilation, documenting Turkish protests of 2013. In VG order throughout. Light wear to covers. c.240x220mm. This is a charity sale on behalf of Friends of Morston Church (reg.1099831).
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