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Young Turk Revolution and the Ottoman Empire : The Aftermath of 1908 (Hardcover) (Nou00e9mi
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The Young Turk Revolution of 1908 reverberated across the Middle East and Europe and ushered in a new era for Turkey. But the Young Turks themselves, led by Enver Pasha, were in fact a diverse group-revolutionary thinkers, conservative politicians, proto-Europeans, and Ottoman nationalists. Their Constantinople revolution, constitutional and urban, was resisted in the provinces, and by 1909 the Young Turks were forced to face down a reactionary Islamist coup. The Young Turk Revolution focuses on the compromises, successes and failures in the immediate aftermath of 1908, and provides key original readings of the events in provincial Anatolia.
Number of Pages: 324
Publisher: Tauris Academic Studies
Author: Nou00e9mi Lu00e9vy-aksu
Street Date: March 30, 2017
Item Number (DPCI): 248-36-1301
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