The Great Powers and the End of the Ottoman Empire

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Marian Kent
Routledge, Jul 27, 2005 - History - 252 pages
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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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Contents

Introduction
1
1 The Late Ottoman Empire
5
2 The Habsburg Monarchy and the Ottoman Empire 190018
31
3 Italy and the End of the Ottoman Empire
51
4 Russia and the End of the Ottoman Empire
73
5 Germany and the End of the Ottoman Empire
107
6 France and the End of the Ottoman Empire
137
7 Great Britain and the End of the Ottoman Empire 190023
165
Bibliography
199
Index
213
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By day, Marian Kent is a lawyer, a schmoozer, and a do-gooder. At heart, she is a purveyor of pretty words, an interpreter of dreams who flies by night. Prone to hyperbole and shrieking in ALL CAPS, Marian eats far too much cake. Marian writes poems, stories, and other missives from Western Massachusetts, where she lives with her husband and two children. SUPERPOWERS or: More Poems About Flying is Marian's second poetry collection. Her first, Responsive Pleading, was published in 2012. Marian is the founder of the poetry and short-fiction collective ALL CAPS PUBLISHING. Please visit www.allcapspublishing.com. You can find a great quantity of Marian's poetry and other rants at her website: www.runawaysentence.com.

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