Hüdavendigar Paper in Armenian
Bursa Basın Tarihi Müzesi
After the Tanzimat (reforms), newspapers in Arabic, Persian, Bulgarian, Serbian, Albanian, Kurdish, English, French, Italian and German began appearing in the Ottoman Empire. Some of them were bilingual as Turkish-Greek, Turkish-Armenian and Turkish-Arabic. Hüdavendigar was a provincial newspaper of Bursa and it was first published on 19 February 1869. The same year, starting with the 80th issue, the back page was printed in Armenian. The paper was published twice (Wednesday and Saturday) and then four times a week. It was 50 x 25 cm. Subscription for a year was 100 kuruş, for six months was 50 kuruş and one issue was 20 para (1/2 kuruş). It continued to be published until 1953 under different names.
"Hüdavendigar Paper in Armenian " in "Sharing History", Museum With No Frontiers, 2020. http://www.sharinghistory.org/database_item.php?id=object;AWE;tr;55;en
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Daniel de la Vega is a copy editor based in Portland, Oregon. He obtained his bachelor’s degree in linguistics from the University of California at Santa Cruz in 2014 and has since done editing and localization work on everything from college applications to magazines to video game dialogue.
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