Kadir Mısıroğlu (24 January 1933 – 5 May 2019) was a Turkish lawyer, publisher, writer, and historian.  He is known for his outspoken stance against Atatürk's reforms and Kemalism.
2. Early Life and Career
Mısıroğlu was born in Akçaabat in the Trabzon Province and enrolled in the Istanbul University Faculty of Law in 1954. He was active during his university years where he became the president of the Trabzon Highschool Graduates Association in his sophomore year, and opened seven student dormitories. He became interested in history during his university education and began research as an amateur historian.
Mısıroğlu married Aynur Aydınaslan in 1961 and had three children: Abdullah Sünusi (1963), Fatıma Mehlika (1965), and Mehmed Selman (1973).
He founded the publishing house Sebil in 1964 and the eponymous magazine in 1976. He has published more than 60 books in his career. His 1974 book decrying the historical legacy of the 1923 Lausanne Treaty brought him widespread recognition among conservatives.
Although Mısıroğlu was a prolific writer, his works came under criticism by historian İlber Ortaylı for lacking scientific approach, knowledge and distorting the facts.
He was awarded the silver medal by the Free Hungarian Writers Union for his book The Hungarian Revolution. He was awarded the Jury Special Award of the National Culture Foundation of Turkey (Turkish: Türkiye Milli Kültür Vakfı) during the presidency of Turgut Özal, the eighth president of the Republic of Turkey.
3. Politics and Asylum Abroad
In 1977, Mısıroğlu became a Trabzon candidate of the National Salvation Party for the Grand National Assembly of Turkey but failed to be elected. He became a member of the Central Committee of the party in 1978 but after the 1980 Turkish coup d'état, he sought asylum in Germany and settled in Frankfurt. Initially only he was given permission to stay in Germany so he moved to the United Kingdom with his family. Following some time he returned to Germany.
4. Return to Turkey
Mısıroğlu returned to Turkey in 1991. He founded the Osmanlılar İlim ve İrfan Vakfı (English: Ottomans Education and Insight Foundation), an Ottoman monarchist NGO in 1994 and led it until at least 2014.
5. Death and Legacy
Following multiple stays for a year and a half at Acıbadem Hospital in Altunizade for diabetes, he died on 5 May 2019 due to multiple-organ failure. His funeral was held at Çamlıca Mosque where a huge crowd of tens of thousands was in attendance. Amongst the attendees were government ministers, which caused an uproar among some secularists in the country. Condolence messages came in from high-profile government officials including President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, Presidential Spokesperson İbrahim Kalın, Speaker of the Grand National Assembly of Turkey Mustafa Şentop, and others. He was buried in the cemetery of the Nasuhi Dergahı at Üsküdar, Istanbul.
He "penned over 50 books, which include research, nonfiction and poems."
- Lozan Zafer mi, Hezimet mi? V. I-II-III (1965, 1974, 1977): Lausanne, Victory or Defeat?
- Macar İhtilâli (1966): The Hungarian Revolution
- Yunan Mezâlimi - Türk'ün Siyah Kitabı (1967): Greek Atrocities, the Turk's Black Book
- Kurtuluş Savaşı'nda Sarıklı Mücâhidler (1967): Turbaned Fighters in the War of Independence
- Amerika'da Zenci Müslümanlık Hareketi (1967): The Black Muslim Movement in America
- Moskof Mezâlimi V. I-II (1970): Russian Atrocities
- Musul Mes'elesi ve Irak Türkleri (1972): The Mosul Question and Turks of Iraq
- Osmanoğulları'nın Dramı (1974): The Plight of the Ottoman Dynasty
- Trabzon Meb'usu Şehid-i Muazzez Ali Şükrü Bey (1978): Trabzon Deputy Great Martyr Ali Şükrü Bey
- Bir Mazlum Padişah, Sultan Vahideddin (2005): A Wronged Padeshah, Sultan Vahideddin
- Bir Mazlum Padişah, Sultan Abdülaziz (2006): A Wronged Padeshah, Sultan Abdülaziz
- Bir Mazlum Padişah, Sultan II. Abdülhamid (2007): A Wronged Padeshah, Sultan Abdülhamid II
- Osmanlı Tarihi V. I-II-III (2013, 2014, 2017): Ottoman History
- Tarihten Günümüze Ermeni Meselesi ve Zulümler (2015): The Armenian Issue and Atrocities from History to Our Day
- CHP'nin Günah Galerisinden Sayfalar (2015): Pages from the CHP's Gallery of Sins
- Asrın İhâneti, Paralel Yapı veya F. Gülen'in Günah Galerisinden Sayfalar (2015): The Century's Treachery, The Parallel Structure or Pages from F. Gülen's Gallery of Sins
- Ermeni Mezâlimi: Armenian Atrocities
- İslâmcı Gençliğin El Kitabı (1981): The Handbook of the Islamist Youth
- Hicret: Aziz Vatandan Ayrılışın Hikâyesi (1990)
- Geçmişi ve Geleceği ile Hilâfet (1993)
- Üstad Necip Fazıl'a Dâir (1993)
- İslâm Yazısına Dâir (1993)
- Doğru Türkçe Rehberi Yahud Bin Uydurma Kelimeyi Boykot (1993)
- Geçmiş Günü Elerken V. I-II (1993, 1995)
- Âşıklar Ölmez!.. (1994)
- Üç Hilâfetçi Şahsiyet (1995)
- Gurbet İçinde Gurbet (2004)
- Filistin Dramı'nın Düşündürdükleri (2004)
- İthaflı Fıkralar (2005)
- Hayat Felsefesi Yahud Yaşamak Sanatı (2005)
- İslâm Dünya Görüşü (2008)
- Muhtasar İslâm Tarihi V. I-II-III (2009, 2010, 2012)
- Tarihten Günümüze Tahrif Hareketleri V. I-II-III (2010, 2011, 2012)
- Kırk Görgü Şahidinden Naklen Benden Tarihe Haberler (2016)
- Kanlı Düğün (1972)
- Uzunca Sevindik (1973)
- Kırık Kılıç (1973)
- Kavuklu İhtilâlci: Şeyh Bedreddin (2005)
- Düzmece Mustafa (2005)
- Cem Sultan'ın Papağanı (2006)
- Zağanos Paşa (2006)
- Veli Bayezid'in Bedduası (2008)
- Malkoçoğlu Kardeşler: Bali Bey ve Yahya Paşa (2008)
- Makbul ve Maktul İbrahim Paşa (2008)
- Barbaros Hayreddin Paşa (2009)
- Sokollu Mehmed Paşa (2009)
- Mimar Koca Sinan (2011)
- Zoraki Âsi (Şehzâde Bayezid) (2012)
- Pîrî Reis (2012)
6.4. Poetry Book
6.5. Under the Pen Name Cüneyd Emiroğlu
- Perili Köşk (fable, 1972)
- Of Lala (fable, 1972)
- Dünya Hakimleri Yahûdî & Cihanı yutmaya hazırlanan sinsi canavar (Ruling of World: Jews) (book, translated from English, author: Louis Marschalko, 1974)
- Poliyanna (book, translated from English, 1975)
- Hacı Murad (book, translated from English, 1975)
- A'mak-ı Hayal (abridged from Ottoman Turkish, 1994)
- Dede Korkut Hikayeleri (abridged from Ottoman Turkish, 2004)
- Gök Bayrak (book, author: Leon Kahun, 2004)