Türkisch-Griechisches Kultur Thread
Erstellt von blacksea, 04.01.2014, 19:26 Uhr · 5.743 Antworten · 194.889 Aufrufe
Vielleicht mal eine kleine Übersetzung?
Zitat von der skythe
Sehe grad Don Camillo und Pepone im TV und die erinnern mich an die Beziehung zwischen Griechen und Türken.
der in gumulcine/komotini geborene hamza hamzaoglu wird neue trainer bei galatasaray istanbul er gehort der turkischen minderheit in griechenland an.
gekas und hamza sind gute freunde
die turkische luftwaffe laedt zum ersten mal die griechische luftwaffe zum tiger meet 2015 nato luftwaffenuebung in konya ein
Turkey to host Greek fighters for the first time at NATO's 2015 'Tiger Meet' Lale Sariibrahimoglu, Ankara
- IHS Jane's Defence Weekly
04 December 2014
Turkey will for the first time host Greek fighter aircraft at the NATO Tiger Meet exercise in May 2015. Until recently the two countries' fighter aircraft regularly sparred over the Aegean Sea. Source: Hellenic Air Force
Turkey is to host Greece for the first time at a multinational NATO exercise in May 2015, marking an important step in the easing of tensions between the two nations.
Until recently pilots from the two NATO nations were regularly conducting hostile dog-fighting manoeuvres against each other in disputed airspace over the Aegean Sea. In 2006 a Greek pilot was killed after Greek and Turkish F-16s collided as they sparred over the Aegean.
Greek and Turkish fighters from the 335th and 192nd fleets, respectively, will join other alliance members in NATO's 'Tiger Meet' exercises, to be staged at Turkey's central Anatolian town of Konya between 4 and 15 May 2015, Turkish and Greek sources confirmed to IHS Jane's
Turkey to host Greek fighters for the first time at NATO's 2015 'Tiger Meet' - IHS Jane's 360
immer mehr griechen fangen langsam an turkisch/osmanisch zu lernen,finde ich gut, viele haben ihre wurzeln in anatolien...also warum nicht..
GREEKS LEARNING TO SPEAK OTTOMAN
More and more Greek professionals are taking up Ottoman language classes in Athens to better understand the rich Ottoman heritage in their country
- Stelyo Berberakis
- Updated : 22.12.2014 09:43:18
- Published : 21.12.2014 18:17:59
ATHENS — Turkey is in the grips of a public debate over the wisdom of teaching the Ottoman alphabet to students. However, Turkey's neighbor across the Aegean has gone beyond that: Finance Ministry inspector Dimitris Lupis is teaching the Ottoman language to Greeks.
Ninety Greeks have already applied to the Ottoman classes given at the Scientific Research Institute in Athens. Among the 65 accepted applications, there are doctors, architects, an archaeologist, a painter, a student and tourist guide, a historian, several public servants and even a gymnast. Each one of them has a different reason for taking the challenge.
The three-year Ottoman course will produce its first graduates next year.
Lupis is actually a Greek from Gümülcine, or Komotini in Greek, close to the Turkish border. He learned Turkish while growing up playing in the streets with Turkish children. He later attended courses to develop his proficiency. He then became interested in Ottoman Turkish, which used many borrowed words from Arabic and Persian and was written in the Arabic alphabet, spoken in the past. He attended Ottoman history and language classes at Bilkent University between 2004 and 2007. He later went to Harvard University to study Middle East history during the Ottoman era.
His passion for the language and history of the Ottomans became infectious. Two years ago, he applied to the Scientific Research Institute to give Ottoman classes. He describes Ottoman as "nice but hard." He said Greeks aspiring to become proficient in Ottoman have various priorities.
He said his main objective was not to teach people how to speak the language. The aim is to read old documents and inscriptions, he said.
He said the Ottoman language, formed by the amalgamation of Turkish, Arabic and Persian, is a "dead language." The main cause is that it's no longer being used. Almost no one in the former Ottoman land speaks it.
In the classes, students are taught how to read Ottoman literature, how to write in the language, how to write prayers, the place of Ottoman in religious literature and the research on the use of the language until 1928, when it was replaced with the Latin alphabet.
Greeks learning to speak Ottoman | Turkey | Daily Sabah
Osmanisch und Türkisch sind zwei unterschiedliche Sprachen.
Zitat von TuAF
Zitat von TuAF
Finde ich gut. Da sehen wir endlich wer den größeren Pimmel, äh.. die größeren Flugzeuge hat.
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