ISSN: 1011-727X
e-ISSN: 2667-5420

Gülnihal Bozkurt

Keywords: Atatürk, Law, Legal Revolution


The Ottoman State came out of the First World War by losing its quality of being a state. Because, while two of the three main elements that make the state a state, namely the human community and the country, were falling apart and losing their integrity, the political sovereignty element was completely eliminated. With the War of Independence under the leadership of the Great Ataturk, the old administration and the order that this administration accepted for the Turkish people after the First World War were abolished, and a struggle for independence and freedom was held against the victorious countries. In conducting this large and long struggle Ataturk, Turkey has taken the foundations of the Republic: a work based on national sovereignty "national" has begun to establish councils. Even a year after his departure to Samsun, he opened the Turkish Grand National Assembly and made the war and revolutions with this assembly.