First published in 1936, as the fourth edition of a 1913 original, this book forms part of the Cambridge Historical Series. The text presents a comprehensive account of the history of the Ottoman Empire, the causes and effects of its progressive instability, and its successors. An appendix section covers the period from 1927 through to 1936. A detailed bibliography and table of rulers are also included. This is a highly readable book that will be of value to anyone with an interest in historiography and perspectives on the Ottoman Empire and the 'Eastern Question'.
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- Date Published: June 2013
- format: Paperback
- isbn: 9781107686595
- length: 664 pages
- dimensions: 203 x 127 x 37 mm
- weight: 0.71kg
- availability: Available
Table of Contents
1. The Ottoman Empire at the dawn of the XIXth century
2. Napoleon in the Near East (1801–15)
3. The Servian risings (1804–17)
4. The preface of Greek independence (1815–21)
5. The war of Greek independence (1821–9)
6. The creation of the Greek kingdom (1829–33)
7. The Balkan and Syrian difficulties of Turkey (1822–45)
8. Greece under the Bavarian autocracy (1833–43)
9. The Greek and Ionian constitutions (1843–53)
10. The Crimean War (1853–6)
11. The union of the Danubian principalities (1856–62)
12. The cession of the Ionian islands (1862–4)
13. Reforms and their results: the Lebanon and Crete (1856–69)
14. The Roumanian and Servian questions (1862–75)
15. The Bulgarian exarchate (1870–5)
16. The Balkan crisis of 1875–8
17. The union of the two Bulgarias (1878–87)
18. Armenia, Crete, and Macedonia (1887–1908)
19. The Turkish revolution (1908–12)
20. The Balkan League and its results (1912–14)
21. The Near East in the European war (1914–23)
22. The Greek, Turkish and Albanian republics (1923–7)
Table of rulers
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