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Use of Postcards in The Ottoman Empire and Prohibited Postcards
The postcard, which has passed through the French “carte postale” eye into turkish, provides important data about the period in which the countries were issued, not only in revealed, but also in terms of their contents. Postcard printing and its use, which began to be used in the Ottoman Empire in the late 19th century and became widespread in the following years, was spesified with certain rules. During Abdulhamid II period, there have been some rules related to the postcards by the state. The censorship mechanism, which has shown itself effectively during the period, is also valid for postcards. The state has strictly followed the postcards sold in the country and went on to ban the printing and sale of postcards for political or social reasons. In this study, it will be examined which postcards can be used in the Ottoman Empire, how postcards can be used in the country and the postcards that are prohibited from being printed and distributed in the country will be examined by making use of various classifications and research work in the Presidental Ottoman Archive.

Ephemera, Postcard, Forbidden, Ottoman, Censorship

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