An Essential Man Ishak Alaton - An Extraordinary Life Story of A Turkish Jew

 
9786055154653: An Essential Man Ishak Alaton - An Extraordinary Life Story of A Turkish Jew

"When a man does not know what harbour he is making for, no wind is the right wind." An Essential Man is the narration of a life struggle... The burden of being a minority in a society, wealth tax and a devastaded family with this. But, no matter what happened a determined young man who never gave up inspite of these difficulties: Ishak Alaton. With this book of Mehmet Gu?ndem we are witnessing Ishak Alaton's life struggle, his breaking moments, happiness, his willing of starting over no matter what happened, his infinite willing of learning, the struggles to overcome himself and his intention to leave a mark in life even if it was a small one. Ishak Alaton, who started his business life as communication officer, who then backed to his country as technical artist but could not find a job just because of not having technical certificate and who decided to start his own business, is telling us how he met his partner Uzeyir Garih, how they established today's ALARKO Holding and the struggles they made. Furthermore, he is sharing his modest family life and the relationship with his children. Behind all this, he is enlightening a period of Turkey. An Essential Man is a success story of a hectic life, full of ups and downs. (Tanitim Bulteninden)

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MEHMET GÜNDEM.
Editorial: Butik Yayinlari, Istanbul (2014)
ISBN 10: 605515465X ISBN 13: 9786055154653
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Khalkedon Books, IOBA
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Descripción Butik Yayinlari, Istanbul, 2014. Soft cover. Estado de conservación: New. 2nd Edition. Paperback. Pbo. Demy 8vo. (21 x 14 cm). In English. 376 p. Ills. "When a man does not know harbour he is making for, no wind is the right wind". Extra Ordinary Life Story of A Turkish Jew: An Essential Man is the narration of a life struggle. The burden of being a minority in a society, wealth tax and a devastated family with this. But, no matter what happened a determined young man who never gave up these difficulties: Ishak Alaton. With this book of Mehmet Gundem we are witnessing Ishak Alaton's life struggle, his breaking moments, happiness, his willing of starting over no matter what happened, his infinite willing of learning, the struggles of overcome himself and his intention to leave a mark to life even if it was a small one. Ishak Alaton, who started to his business life as communication officer, who then backed to his country as technical artist but could not find job just because of not having technical certificate and who decided to start his own business, is telling us how they met his partner Uzeyir Garih, how they established today's ALARKO Holding and the struggles they made. Furthermore, he is sharing his modest family life and the relationships with his children. Behind all this, he is enlightening a period of Turkey. An Essential Man is a success story in which a life that was full of up and down was told. Nº de ref. de la librería 030624

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Gündem, Mehmet
Editorial: Butik Yayincilik, Istanbul (2014)
ISBN 10: 605515465X ISBN 13: 9786055154653
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Descripción Butik Yayincilik, Istanbul, 2014. Estado de conservación: New. Second edition. First edition 2013. Biography of a Turkish Jewish businessman, Ishak Alaton (1927- ) president of the Alarko group of companies. Initially published in Turkish. Editors: Translator: 376 pages. Nº de ref. de la librería B1412074

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