English geologist William John Hamilton travelled Anatolia between 1835 and 1842 before writing his book Researches in Asia Minor, Pontus and Armenia. The book studied everything within the borders of the Ottoman from its geography to history, topography to vegetation and geology from an intelligence point of view. Hamilton wrongly believed that due to the religion of Islam, the future achievements of the Turkish people would be restricted and didn’t hesitate to display his aversion to Islam at every opportunity. In truth, Hamilton was just another British deep state spy tasked with studying Anatolia to provide reports to his superiors for use against the Turks.
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