Der Zusammenbruch Des Ottomanischen Reiches

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Der Zusammenbruch Des Ottomanischen Reiches

By Joseph Poniankowski
Amalthea, 1928
444 pp.

Another contribution of the first magnitude. The writer was Austro-Hungarian military attaché at Constantinople from 1909 to 1918 and his reports on the situation were largely relied upon by such men as Conrad. The part played by the clash of Russian, German and English interests in the Near East in bringing about the war is ably analyzed and emphasized. A book that cannot be ignored by those interested in Near Eastern history.

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