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History of the Islamic peoples

Author: Carl Brockelmann; Moshe Perlmann; Joel Carmichael
Publisher: New York : G.P. Putnam's Sons, ©1947.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Primarily a political history of the Islamic world, the book aims to be a "bird's-eye view of the fortunes of the believers in Islam". The first half of the book covers pre-Islamic history in the region, the rise of Muhammad and his political descendents, the Islamic empire's rise and fall, and the rise of the Ottoman Empire and the Persian Empire. Fully half the book is devoted to the history of individual nations  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Brockelmann, Carl, 1868-1956.
History of the Islamic peoples.
New York, G.P. Putnam's Sons [1947]
(OCoLC)581889003
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Carl Brockelmann; Moshe Perlmann; Joel Carmichael
OCLC Number: 1309850
Notes: "Published and distributed in the public interest by authority of the Alien Property Custodian under license no. A-704."
Includes indexes.
Description: xx, 582 pages : 8 maps ; 22 cm
Other Titles: Geschichte der Islamischen Völker und Staaten.
Responsibility: by Carl Brockelmann ; with a review of events, 1939-1947, by Moshe Perlmann. Tr. by Joel Carmichael and Moshe Perlmann.

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Primarily a political history of the Islamic world, the book aims to be a "bird's-eye view of the fortunes of the believers in Islam". The first half of the book covers pre-Islamic history in the region, the rise of Muhammad and his political descendents, the Islamic empire's rise and fall, and the rise of the Ottoman Empire and the Persian Empire. Fully half the book is devoted to the history of individual nations from the nineteenth century onwards, including the Ottoman Empire/Turkey, Egypt, Ottoman territories in Eastern Europe, Algeria, Tunisia, Morocco, and elsewhere in North Africa, Sudan, Persia/Saudi Arabia, Afghanistan, Syria, Palestine, Jordan, and Iraq. Throughout, the analysis includes discussions of important thinkers and regional differences within each empire.

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