The Great Powers and the End of the Ottoman Empire
Routledge, Jul 27, 2005 - History - 252 pages
How far was the end of the Ottoman Empire the result of Great Power imperialism and how far the result of structural weaknesses within the Empire itself? These studies of the foreign policy of each of the Great Powers and the Ottoman Empire examine these fundamental issues.
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