Kadir Mısıroğlu, Turkish writer and historian, Died at 86

Kadir Mısıroğlu was born on January 24, 1933, and died on May 6, 2019.

He was a Turkish writer, poet, lawyer, and journalist.

Mısıroğlu was known for his Islamist, anti-secularist, and monarchist opinions in the period just after the one-party period of the Republic of Turkey.

He was enrolled at the Istanbul University Faculty of Law in 1954.

Mısıroğlu wound up intrigued by history amid his college training and started to examine as a novice student of history.

Mısıroğlu established the distributing house Sebil in 1964 and the eponymous magazine in 1976.

Mısıroğlu has distributed in excess of 50 books in his profession.

His 1974 book denouncing the verifiable heritage of the 1923 Lausanne Treaty brought him far-reaching acknowledgment among preservationists.

Mısıroğlu came back to Turkey in 1991.

He was the founder of the establishment Osmanlılar Ilim ve Irfan Vakfı, an Ottoman monarchist NGO in 1994 and he drove it until something like 2014.

He was born in Akçaabat in the Trabzon Province.

Mısıroğlu passed away at 86 years old.