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British documents on foreign affairs--reports and papers from the Foreign Office confidential print. Part I, From the mid-nineteenth century to the First World War. Series B, The Near and Middle East, 1856-1914

Author: David Gillard; Kenneth Bourne; Donald Cameron Watt; Great Britain. Foreign Office.; University Publications of America (Firm)
Publisher: [Frederick, Md.] : University Publications of America, ©1984-©1985.
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British documents on foreign affairs--reports and papers from the Foreign Office confidential print. Part I, From the mid-nineteenth century to the First World War. Series B, The Near and Middle East, 1856-1914.
[Frederick, Md.] : University Publications of America, ©1984-©1985
(OCoLC)558115943
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British documents on foreign affairs--reports and papers from the Foreign Office confidential print. Part I, From the mid-nineteenth century to the First World War. Series B, The Near and Middle East, 1856-1914.
[Frederick, Md.] : University Publications of America, ©1984-©1985
(OCoLC)608393354
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David Gillard; Kenneth Bourne; Donald Cameron Watt; Great Britain. Foreign Office.; University Publications of America (Firm)
ISBN: 0890936021 9780890936023
OCLC Number: 10434380
Notes: English and French.
"General editors, Kenneth Bourne and D. Cameron Watt."
Description: 20 volumes ; 31 cm
Contents: v. 1. The Ottoman Empire in the Balkans, 1856-1875 --
v. 2. The Ottoman Empire, revolt in the Balkans, 1875-1876 --
v. 3. The Ottoman Empire, diplomacy of the powers, 1876-1878 --
v. 4. The Ottoman Empire and the war with Russia, 1877-1878. The powers and the Treaty of San Stefano, 1878 --
v. 5. The Ottoman Empire in the aftermath of the Berlin settlement, 1878-1883 --
v. 6. The Ottoman Empire in Asia, 1860-1880 --
v. 7. The Ottoman Empire, finance and trade, 1860-1879 --
v. 8. The Ottoman Empire in North Africa, the Suez Canal, Red Sea and Tunisian problems, 1859-1882 --
v. 9. The Ottoman Empire in North Africa, intervention in Egypt and the Sudan, 1876-1885 --
v. 10. Persia, 1856-1885 --
v. 11. Britain, Russia and Central Asia, 1865-1878 --
v. 12. Britain, Russia and Central Asia, 1879-1907 --
v. 13. Persia, Britain and Russia, 1886-1907 --
v. 14. Persia, Britian and Russia, 1907-1914 --
v. 15. Britain, Egypt and the Sudan, 1885-1914 --
v. 16. The Ottoman Empire, Arabia and the Gulf: British commercial and financial interests, 1890-1914 --
v. 17. The Ottoman Empire, Arabia and the Gulf: British strategic interests, 1885-1907 --
v. 18. Arabia, the Gulf and the Bagdad Railway, 1907-1914 --
v. 19. The Ottoman Empire: nationalism and revolution, 1885-1908 --
v. 20. The Ottoman Empire under Young Turks, 1908-1914.
Responsibility: editor, David Gillard.

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