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Author: Edward Shepherd Creasy; Archibald Cary Coolidge; Walter Harold Claflin
Publisher: New York, P. F. Collier & son company [©1928]
Series: The history of nations, vol. 14.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : [Memorial ed.View all editions and formats
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The history is organized in strictly chronological order and is primarily a political history. The contents include: rise of the Ottoman Empire from 1250-1520; the culmination of power under Suleiman and the beginning of the decline 1520-1699; the decline of the empire 1703-1792; and modern Turkey, 1792-1928. Much of the modern Turkey section is focused on the years during and preceding World War I. The Balkan  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Edward Shepherd Creasy; Archibald Cary Coolidge; Walter Harold Claflin
OCLC Number: 5813295
Notes: Frontispiece accompanied by guardsheet with descriptive letterpress.
Description: xiii, 613 p. front., illus. (maps) plates. 23 cm.
Series Title: The history of nations, vol. 14.
Responsibility: by Sir Edward S. Creasy, revised and edited by Archibald Cary Coolidge and W. Harold Claflin. The Balkan states.

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The history is organized in strictly chronological order and is primarily a political history. The contents include: rise of the Ottoman Empire from 1250-1520; the culmination of power under Suleiman and the beginning of the decline 1520-1699; the decline of the empire 1703-1792; and modern Turkey, 1792-1928. Much of the modern Turkey section is focused on the years during and preceding World War I. The Balkan States history focuses almost exclusively upon those nations during and after WWI. "The Balkan Problem 1453-1914" begins this history. Each chapter subsequently focuses on a state during and after the war.

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