06 May 2007

1662) "Perceptions" (2015) On The Ottoman Empire in WWI


Perceptions - Journal Of International Affairs Summer -Autumn 2015, Vol XX No 2-3

Table Of Contents

The Great War and the Ottoman Empire: Origins -Aysegül SEVER and Nuray BOZBORA

Redefining the First World War within the Context of Clausewitz's “Absolute War” Dystopia -Burak GÜLBOY

Unionist Failure to Stay out of the War in October-November 1914 -Feroz AHMAD

Austro-Ottoman Relations and the Origins of World War One, 1912-14: A Reinterpretation -Gül TOKAY

Ottoman Military Reforms on the eve of World War I -Odile MOREAU

The First World War in Contemporary Russian Histography - New Areas of Research -Iskander GILYAZOV




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