2 edition of Turkish empire from 1288 to 1914 found in the catalog.
Turkish empire from 1288 to 1914
Eversley, G. Shaw-Lefevre Baron
First published 1917 ... 2d edition (3d impression) 1923.
|Statement||by Lord Eversley, and from 1914 to 1922, by Sir Valentine Chirol, with a frontispiece and three maps.|
|Contributions||Chirol, Valentine, Sir, 1852-1929.|
|LC Classifications||DR441 .E75|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||456|
|LC Control Number||23004367|
A pamphlet of 13 pages completed on 2 Shawwal /28 October , this work consists of the author’s analyses of the political and economic events of the periods of the Reform (Islahat) (/) and the First Constitution (/), and deals with the reign of Abdülhamid II (r. /) and the period of the Second Constitution in a more general manner. The Ninth Congress of the Comité International des Études Préottomanes et Ottomanes (CIEPO) convened in Jerusalem at the end of July It focused principally on three topics: the Ottoman city; the foreign relations of the Ottomans; and local and regional sources for Ottoman history.
In preparation for the peace conference that was expected to follow World War I, in the spring of the British Foreign Office established a special section responsible for preparing background information for use by British delegates to the conference. Armenia and Kurdistan is Number 62 in a series of more than studies produced by the section, most of which were published after the. Filed under: Turkey -- History -- Ottoman Empire, History of the Ottoman Turks, From the Beginning of Their Empire to the Present Time: Chiefly Founded on Von Hammer (2 volumes; London: R. Bentley, ), by Edward Shepherd Creasy, contrib. by .
Valentine Chirol, The Turkish Empire from (2nd ed., London, ), which does reach the Empire's end in but is rather Turcophobe. A two-volume work by the Vicomte de la Jonquiere, Histoire de 1'Empire ottoman depuis les origines jusqu'a nos jours (rev, ed., Paris, ) is not much more satisfactory except for the Young Turk period. Catalog start Subject "Turkey History Ottoman Empire, " Remove constraint Subject: "Turkey History Ottoman Empire, ".
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Two years before, Josiah Litch, one of the leading ministers preaching the second advent, published an exposition of Revelation 9 (see this link), predicting the fall of the Ottoman ing to his calculations, this power was to be. The Ottoman Empire [dn 4] or Sublime Ottoman State (Ottoman Turkish: دَوْلَتِ عَلِيّهٔ عُثمَانِیّه Devlet-i ʿAliyye-yi ʿOsmâniyye,  (also عثمانلى دولتى Osmanlı Devleti), [dn 5] Modern Turkish: Yüce Osmanlı Devleti or Osmanlı İmparatorluğu) which lasted from 27 July  to 29 Octoberis one of 16 Turkish empires established.
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The book divides this era chronologically into. Appendix General Notes. Revisions adopted by the E. White Trustees NovemDecember 6,and January 8, GC Page Titles.—In a passage which is included in the Roman Catholic Canon Law, or Corpus Juris Canonici, Pope Innocent III declares that the Roman pontiff is “the vicegerent upon earth, not of a mere man, but of very God;” and in a gloss on the.
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Appendix General Notes. Revisions adopted by the E. G. White Trustees Novemand December 6, Page [Return to Page: 50] Titles.—In a passage which is included in the Roman Catholic Canon Law, or Corpus Juris Canonici, Pope Innocent III declares that the Roman pontiff is “the vicegerent upon earth, not of a mere man, but of very God;” and in a gloss on the passage it.October country= Ottoman Empire allegiance= branch= type= Field Army role= size= command structure= garrison= garrison label= equipment= equipment label= .City walls and other views, Istanbul, Ottoman Empire Summary Majority of photographs show remains of the Byzantine walls, gates, and towers around Istanbul.
Also depicted are the Galata Tower, Tekfur Sarayı (palace), the Aqueduct of Valens, and views of the Bosporus and the Golden Horn and surrounding areas.