The Transformation of the Jewish Community of Istanbul in the Nineteenth Century: The Impact of the Ottoman Reforms (Tanzimat) Upon the Legal, Political, Social and Economic Status of Istanbul Jewry, 1839-1878, Volume 2
University of Wisconsin--Madison, 1990 - 694 pages
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