Name-Sultanate of Turkey.
Local name-Türkiye Saltanatı.
Timeline: A better world (TL)
OTL location: Turkey and the TNC.
Flag of Turkey 80px
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Capital Istanbul.
Largest CityIstanbul.
Other major settlements İzmir, Çiğli, Ankara, Bursa and Diyarbakir.
Languages 97% Turkish 1% Kurmanji dialect Kurdish, 1% Georgian, 1% Arabic, Armenian, Greek, Azeri, Zaza dialect Kurdish, Kabardian and Laz.
Leader Sultan Dündar Ali Osman Osmanoğlu.
Deputy Leader -Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan.
Head of parliament Speaker of the House İsmail Kahraman.
Type of regime  Constutional Sultanate.
Name of national legislature Grand National Assembly.
Area 783,356 km2 (302,455 sq mi) (36th).
Population 75,500,000.
Number of international airports 6.
Number of major ports 3.
State de facto formed 1919.
De facto Independence date 1919.
Independence de jure reconised on 1919.
Currency Turkish lira (₺) (TRY).
Religions95% Sunni Islam, 5% Georgian Orthodox Christians; Shia Islam and Yazidis.
Motto Mustafa Kemal Atatürk bir kahraman! (Mustafa Kemal Atatürk is a hero!).
Imports: Fertilizer, powered machinery, electronic data processing machinery, electrical components, railway track, hi-tech equipment, construction materials (other than bricks, sand, gravel, stone and cement), mining equipment, food, power-transmission equipment, chemicals and off-road vehicles.
Exports: Wool, olive, olive oil, figs, dates, yogurt, sand, honey, textiles, shoes, shirts, refined oil, tobacco, ferry boats, automotive parts, sheet steel, consumer durables, financial services, cement, tourism sites, shipping contracts, information technology services, spin dryers, gravel, cut stone blocks, tourism sites, clothing, furniture, fish and steel wire.
Demonym Turk, Turkish.
Anthem  "İstiklâl Marşı" "The Independence March".
Ethnic groups Turks, Kurds, Arabs, Laz, Albanians, Pontic Greeks, Kurds, Arabs, Bosniaks, Circassians and Chechens.
Internet TLD: Tr.
Highest mountain: Mount Ararat 5,137 m (16,854 ft).
Calling code: +90.
Number of military personnel: .555,000
% Literacy: 99%.
Drives on the:Right.
National sport:Football.
National debt: 5.5bn.
GDP per capita: (PPP) $27,634.
% Interest rates:22.4%.
% Inflation rates:22.5%.


The Anti-Serbia War (1914-1918)Edit

Turkey remained neutral, but used it as cover to intimidate Greece over trade routes in the Aegean and to continue it's failed (1881-1919) war against the Saudis. The Arabs would eventualy win by 1925.

Prime Minister Mustafa Kemal Atatürk and later Prime Minister İsmet İnönü became national heroes. Their pursuit of state-controlled economic policies had the greater goal to help knit the country together, eliminate the foreign control of the economy and improve communications within Turkey. Resources and contracts were were channeled away from the well developed international trading port of Constantinople, in favor of other, less developed cities, in order to establish a more balanced and less divisive development throughout the country.

The Greco-Turkish War of 1919–1922 ended in Greek defeat.

The Great Depression (1929-1940)Edit

The economy collapsed for about 5 years and protectionist measures were brought in until the economy was back in order. Many ecanomic and political reforms were brought in.

The Anti-Hitlerian War (1939-1946)Edit

Turkey remained neutral, but gave the British massive covert supplies of free chrome via Switzerland and Sweden.

Cold WarEdit

It was a Western allie in the Cold War. Turkey invaded Cyprus and set up the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus in 1974, which Turkey family absorbed in 1985. Support for the Communist thugs of Dev Sol and the PKK lost some support when Kudish was legalised for official uses and promoted in Kurdish secondary schools since 1985.

Life todayEdit

2013 Taksim Gezi Park protests, a view from Taksim Gezi Park on 4th June 2013 3

A view from the Gezi Park protests a view from Taksim Square, Istanbul on 4 June 2013.

The 2013 Taksim Gezi Park protests, the 2014 rumours of a plan to invade Halabja, the failed coup d'état on 15 July 2016 and the 2017, jailing of the editorial staff of Cumhuriyet (Turkey's oldest newspaper still in circulation), all lead to Sultan striping the goverment of all laws concerning the print media, the use of social media sites and press censorship. Cumhuriyet went back into circulation 6 weeks after the attempted shut down.

Talks on Cypriot reunification continue with Cyprus, the UN, Bulgaria and Greece. There is predictably little progress on resolving the situation due to everyone's bad attitudes on the subject.


The economy is based on agriculture, textiles, ship building, automotive, consumer durables, finance, retail, construction, tourism, shipping, defence, information technology, commodity trading, making spin dryers, stone quarrying, tourism, clothing, furniture, oil refining (since the early 1980s), coal mining, iron mining, fishing and light industry.

Koç Holding A.Ş., Türkiye İş Bankası, Beko and Türkiye Garanti Bankası A.Ş. are major firms.


They got atomic arms some time between early 1989 and late 1990. The arsenal peaked in 1995 at 10 1kt artillery shells, but was cut to 8 in 1997. The only test blast was a 1kt detonation north of Lake Van during late 1995.


  1. NATO (A better world TL)
  2. Inter-Balkans Peace Forum (A better world TL)
  3. Balkan League (A better world TL)