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19. yüzyιlιn ikinci yarιsι ve 20. yüzyιlιn baslarιnda Girit adasιnda deniz ticareti / Özlem Yιldιz.
 
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Τίτλος 19. yüzyιlιn ikinci yarιsι ve 20. yüzyιlιn baslarιnda Girit adasιnda deniz ticareti / Özlem Yιldιz.
Κωδικός Πόρου http://dergipark.gov.tr/tarihvegunce/issue/30668/331739
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Άλλος τίτλος Maritime trade in the second half of the 19th century and in the early port of 20th century of the Crete island
Συγγραφέας Yιldιz, Özlem
Αποτελεί μέρος του Tarih ve Günce, Atatürk ve Türkiye Cumhuriyeti Tarihi Dergisi Vol. 1, No. 1 (2017), pp. 239-260
Χρόνος Έκδοσης
Γλώσσα Τούρκικα
Κάλυψη   Crete (Greece), ( - ) 
Πηγή Προέλευσης GrRePK
Συλλογή   Ψηφιακές Συλλογές--Ηλεκτρονική Βιβλιογραφία της Κρητικής Επανάστασης 1866-1869
Ίδρυμα Πανεπιστήμιο Κρήτης
Τοποθεσία Ακαθόριστη
Περιγραφή Περιεχομένου  (Περίληψη) Abstract Crete island which entered into the the domination of the Ottoman Empire in 1699 hegemonized by ottoman approximately 214 year until 1913. Crete was second biggest island after the Cyprus at the Mediterranean that located at the middle of the Asia, Europe and Africa continents. The island was located on the international trade shipping route that outbound Blacksea to the Mediterranean. Crete island took an important place for the foreign trade with the Baltalimanı Trade Agreement and by using actively steamboats in the trade life and also with the industrial revolution. Crete’s direct trade prevented owing to lack of ports which steamboats lands at the important coastal towns like Hania, Rethymo and Candia that situation causes loss of labour and time. In the present study, we strived to reveal Crete İsland’s port traffic and shipping trade according to the countries and product at the early 20th and second half of 19th century.
Περιγραφή Περιεχομένου  (Περίληψη) Öz 1699 yılında Osmanlı egemenliğine geçen Girit adası, 1913 yılına kadar yaklaşık 214 yıl Osmanlı egemenliğinde kaldı. Asya, Avrupa ve Afrika kıtasının ortasında olan Girit, Akdeniz’in Kıbrıs’tan sonra en büyük ikinci adasıydı. Ada, Akdeniz’den Karadeniz’e giden ve ticaret yapan uluslararası gemilerin güzergâhları üzerinde bulunuyordu. Sanayi devrimi, buharlı gemilerin ticarî yaşamda etkin olarak kullanılmaya başlanması ve Balta Limanı Antlaşması ile birlikte Girit, dış ticarette daha önemli bir yer tutmaya başladı. Ancak önemli liman kentleri olan Hanya, Resmo ve Kandiye’de buharlı gemilerin yanaşabileceği limanların olmaması zaman ve emek kaybına sebep olmakta ve bazı ülkelerin Girit ile direk ticaret yapmasını engellemekteydi. Biz bu çalışmamızda Girit adasının 19. yüzyılın ikinci yarısı ve 20.yy başlarındaki liman trafiğini ve deniz ticaretini ülkeler ile ürünlere göre ortaya koymaya çalıştık.
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19. yüzyιlιn ikinci yarιsι ve 20. yüzyιlιn baslarιnda Girit adasιnda deniz ticareti /Özlem Yιldιz, Tarih ve Günce, Atatürk ve Türkiye Cumhuriyeti Tarihi Dergisi Vol. 1, No. 1 (2017), pp. 239-260