Ottoman State & World War I by Ali Arslan

Ottoman State & World War I

byAli Arslan

Kobo ebook | February 15, 2016

Pricing and Purchase Info

$11.19 online 
$13.99 list price save 20%

Prices and offers may vary in store

Available for download

Not available in stores


Even nowadays, the fact that World War I. led to a very important revolution is still discussed in almost every inter-states, international, and global rivalry topic. It is known by experts that while the famous members of World War I.; England, Germany, Russia, France, Austria, Italy, and the U.S.A. are talked about in every country, yet it is inequitable that the most important member who was responsible for the expansion of the battlefield, the Ottoman State, is not being mentioned enough. Based on this, to display the role of the Ottoman State and the Turks during World War I. and Turkish academicians writing a piece about this topic using Ottoman documents is undoubtedly of utmost importance.

Based on this approach we made an introduction by specifying Turkey’s important historic and strategic position. Egypt, a very important battle field in World War I., in order to separate the Allied Forces’ Arabs from the Ottoman State; Sharif Hussein was chosen as their leader. To cause an internal security problem within Ottoman lands, and which had roused the Armenians against the Turks. On the battlefield of Çanakkale(Gallipoli); which was of great importance during World War I. and where the Ottoman State was victorious. the Allied Forces, which had colonized most of Ottoman soil after World War I., the leader of said Forces had English-Armenian relations handled on a case-by-case as an example of England’s cooperation with non-Muslims. Reflections of the war discussed in literature, which showed that it affected every aspect of life, were categorized as a genre.

Title:Ottoman State & World War IFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:February 15, 2016Publisher:Fatih OncuLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:6058443520

ISBN - 13:9786058443525

Look for similar items by category: