Hutchison, R. O. [editor]. Young Men of Turkey (2 issues, November & December 1920). Constantinople: The International Committee of the Young Men's Christian Association of Turkey, 1920. 
Two issues, about 22 pp. each, 6 x 9 1/4 inches, center crease, illustrated from photos. Generally clean with a few pages having marks in the margins. Good. Wrappers.
These two issues are Vol. I. Nos. 2 & 3. The YMCA had established a presence in Constantinople before the beginning of WWI. During the War their focus became one of ministering to soldiers, particularly to Allied prisoners of war. This publication, begun the year after the Armistice, sought to tell the story of the work that continued among soldiers and other.
You will find the following within the two issues:
A list of all of the YMCA personnel in Turkey.
A report on visits by Dr. G. Sherwood Eddy.
A Synopsis of the Work in Turkey.
Notes on Personnel since the War.
Les Foyers du Soldat. Written in English, a description of French ministries, with photo of French soldiers playing baseball.
"On Arriving in Constantinople," by Mrs. Maude Radford Warren.
Camp Perry: Story of the Smyrna Camp taken from the Reports of Mr. G. C. Stearns, Director.
Konia - An Account of the YCMA work there.
Notes & Anecdotes of Workers.
Honor Roll of the American YMCA - Members killed in action.
All Sports for All.
Maiak: A YMCA for the Russians in Constantinople.
A Year's Work in Adana: From the reports of Olin P. Lee.
The Closing of the Adana Camp: From the Report of Secretary B. R. Gabriel.
The Tarsus Trade School.
Re-Actions to Dr. Eddy's Visit.
The YMCA and the Turkish Orphanages: From the Report in Turkish of Selaheddin Bey, D. C. L., Director General of the Turkish Orphanages under the Sultan. (Includes a photo of Turkish Boy Scouts.)
Cinema - the use of cinema in the YMCA work at Constantinople.
A note that the December issue will be the final one, that only three numbers had been published. There were to be financial cutbacks and there remained no funds for future issues. "It was begun as a record of emergency work and in its three numbers has covered in a general way all of the work in Turkey to which the emergency funds have contributed."