Tanin ("resonance" in Turkish) was a Turkish newspaper. It was founded in 1908, after the Young Turk Revolution, by Tevfik Fikret (1867–1915), the Ottoman poet who is considered the founder of the modern school of Turkish poetry, began publishing the newspaper Tanin, which became a strong supporter of the new progressive ruling party Committee of Union and Progress (CUP; Turkish: Ittihat ve Terakki Cemiyeti).

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  • Tanin ("resonance" in Turkish) was a Turkish newspaper. It was founded in 1908, after the Young Turk Revolution, by Tevfik Fikret (1867–1915), the Ottoman poet who is considered the founder of the modern school of Turkish poetry, began publishing the newspaper Tanin, which became a strong supporter of the new progressive ruling party Committee of Union and Progress (CUP; Turkish: Ittihat ve Terakki Cemiyeti). Pluralism and diversity were reflected on the pages of Tanin.The offices of the Tanin and the Shuraï-Ummett, another newspaper supportive of the Committee, were destroyed during the 1909 revolution that deposed Abdul Hamid II. During this time, the Tanin's editor, Djahid Bey, escaped to Odessa.It was published until 1947. Although Tevfik Fikret was initially supportive of the CUP democratic reforms, he was later disappointed by its leadership's policies and resigned his position in the Tanin. (en)
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  • Tanin ("resonance" in Turkish) was a Turkish newspaper. It was founded in 1908, after the Young Turk Revolution, by Tevfik Fikret (1867–1915), the Ottoman poet who is considered the founder of the modern school of Turkish poetry, began publishing the newspaper Tanin, which became a strong supporter of the new progressive ruling party Committee of Union and Progress (CUP; Turkish: Ittihat ve Terakki Cemiyeti). (en)
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