Turkish American TV Presents
TATV visited 1001 Inventions exhibition in the National Geographic Museum in Washington D.C. and interviewed Professor Salim Al-Hassani, President for the Foundation for Science, Technology and Civilisation, and Richard McWalters, Director of National Geographic’s Museum Operations. Turkish American Television (TATV) is a proud supporter of 1001 Inventions Exhibition at the National Geographic Museum, Washington, DC. The exhibit is open through February 3, 2013.
In her 10th book “Forty Thorns”, Judy Light Ayyildiz depicts the story of her late mother-in-law, Adalet, and her struggle during the fall of the Ottoman Empire. Though the story is based on the experience of Adalet, it also explores the history of Turkey as the nation and its denizens went through “a triumph of the human spirit.” The 366-page narrative fiction combines memoir, non-fiction (historical), and fiction to portray the life of a young woman during the rise of a newly emerging nation. Mrs. Ayyildiz has taken great care and done extensive research to ensure that the events are accurate. “Forty Thorns” is a must-read!
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