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The Ottoman Turks : an introductory history to 1923

Author: Justin McCarthy
Publisher: London ; New York : Longman, 1997.
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Chronicles the political, social, and economic history of the Ottoman Empire from th thirteenth century to 1923.
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Genre/Form: History
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McCarthy, Justin.
Ottoman Turks.
London ; New York : Longman, 1997
(OCoLC)605973351
Online version:
McCarthy, Justin.
Ottoman Turks.
London ; New York : Longman, 1997
(OCoLC)609237336
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Justin McCarthy
ISBN: 0582256569 9780582256569 0582256550 9780582256552
OCLC Number: 34583966
Description: xv, 406 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm
Contents: 1. Prologue: Origins of the Turks, to 1281 --
The Turks and Islam --
The Seljuks --
Anatolia --
Mongol rule in Anatolia --
2. The First Ottomans, 1281-1446 --
Turkish Anatolia --
Interregnum and reconstitution of the Empire --
Those in power --
Mehmet I and Murat II --
3. The Ottoman Classical Age, 1446-1566 --
The reign of sultan Mehmet II --
The reign of sultan Bayezit II --
The reign of sultan Selim I --
The reign of Suleyman the Magnificent --
The achievement of the first ten sultans --
4. The Ottoman State --
Rule in the age of Suleyman --
Provincial government --
The military --
Merit and advancement --
The non-Muslims of the Empire --
Economic organization --
5. Destabilization, 1566-1789 --
The Ottomans and Europe --
The Ottoman economy --
Destabilization at the centre --
Rebellion and decentralization in Ottoman Asia --
Ottoman attempts at reform --
Survival of the Empire --
6. Imperialism and Nationalism --
The contraction of the Ottoman Empire --
The Ottomans and the Europeans --
The nationalism of the Ottoman minorities --
Turkish nationalism --
The nationalism of other ethnic groups --
The alliance of imperialism and nationalism --
7. Environment and Life --
Ottoman crops and animals --
Nomads --
Villages --
Towns and cities --
Provincial cities --
Istanbul --
8. Turkish Society and Personal Life --
Marriage and the family --
Male and female --
Life and death --
9. Reform, 1789-1912 --
Sultan Selim III --
Sultan Mahmud II --
The age of the Tanzimat --
The Ottoman constitution --
The reign of Abdulhamit II --
The Young Turk revolution --
The government of the Committee of Union and Progress --
Success or failure? --
10. The Human Disaster --
The Crimean Tatars --
Exile in the East --
The Caucasian exiles --
Greek independence --
Serbia and Bulgaria, 1875-78 --
The Balkan Wars --
The effects of imperialism and nationalism --
11. The Great War, 1912-18 --
The Balkan Wars --
The sides are drawn --
The war --
The defeat of the Empire --
12. Revival, 1918-23 --
The Turkish national resistance --
The Grand National Assembly --
The war in the east --
The war in the south --
The war in the west --
The price of war --
The Turks and the Turkish Republic.
Responsibility: Justin McCarthy.

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This is an introductory survey of Ottoman history from earliest times to the end of the Empire, written for both students and non-specialists. Although it offers a broad account of events, it is not  Read more...

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