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NURSING PROGRAMME
COURSE DESCRIPTION
Name of the Course Unit Code Year Semester In-Class Hours (T+P) Credit ECTS Credit
HISTORY OF STRUGGLE FOR FREEDOM BY TURKISH CYPRİOTS KIU206 3 6 3+0 3.0 3.0


Objectives and Contents
Objectives of the Course Unit To students who take the course; To give basic information about the Turkish Cypriots' struggle for independence and the origins of the Cyprus Problem that still continues today and to gain the ability to comment on the situation in the TRNC.
Contents of the Course Unit 1. The position and strategic value of Cyprus 2. The conquest of the Ottoman Empire 3. The developments in the 19th century and their effects on Cyprus 4. The Cyprus policy of Britain 5. The struggle for existence of the Turkish Cypriots 6. Enosis attempts of the Greeks 7. Lausanne Peace Cyprus reflection of Treaty 8. second world War after developments 9. Cyprus Political Organization of Turkey 10. Greece's Cyprus policy 11. Turkey's Cyprus policy 12. Resistance Organization of the Turkish Cypriot and the Turkish Resistance Organization 13. intercommunal conflict (1955-1958 14. Declaration of the Republic of Cyprus and the Philosophy of Establishment 15. Greek Cypriots 'Attempts to Destroy the Republic of Cyprus, the Akritas Plan, and Bloody Christmas Attacks 16. The Turkish Cypriots' Existence Struggle, General Committee, Limassol Resistance, Erenköy War, Geçitkale attacks 17. important developments afterward 18. Cyprus Peace Operation 19. Cyprus Negotiations (1974-2020) 20. Current Developments
Contribution of the Course Intending to Provide the Professional Education The Turkish Cypriot Struggle History course contains the information that every student should receive within the context of the general culture. The intellectual depth of knowledge will increase if every student in the TRNC learns the Cyprus and Turkish Cypriots' fight for existence in general terms.

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