26 July 2013

3409) Free E-Book: Turkey in Agony, 1913 by Pierre Loti

Turkey in Agony
Published for the Ottoman Committee,
London, by the AFRICAN TIMES AND ORIENT REVIEW, Ltd.,
158.FLEET STREET, LONDON, E.C. 1913

202 pages


THE OTTOMAN COMMITTEE.
President : The Right Hon. Lord Mowbray and Stourton. Hon. Sec. - - - Ellis Schaap. Assistant Hon. Sec. - Arthur J. Field. OBJECTS.
i. To resist encroachments upon the integrity of the Ottoman Empire.
2. To emphasize the strategical and commercial import ance of that integrity to the British Empire.
3. To maintain the friendship of Britain with the Ottoman Empire, and to promote a cordial understanding between Turks, Arabs and Britons. The Editor of the "African Times and Orient Review " having kindly given the use of his offices pro tem. to the Ottoman Committee, all communications are to be addressed to 158, Fleet Street, E.C. Due notice will be given of any change of offices.





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