The emergence of modern Turkey

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issued under the auspices of the Royal Institute of International Affairs [by] Oxford U.P., 1968 - History - 530 pages
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User Review  - Mücahit Şenol - Goodreads

I am a native Turk and this book completely change my ideas about my country. It is a long and deep book so if you are not a history enthusiastic you will find it boring. Read full review

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User Review  - James - Goodreads

I actually didn't completely read this book, but I do consider it complete. I just skimmed over the history. Very perceptive book on Turkey. Read full review


The Decline of the Ottoman Empire
The Impact of the West
The Ottoman Reform

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About the author (1968)

Born in London, Bernard Lewis grew up in England. In 1974 he immigrated to the United States and eight years later became a U.S. citizen. A distinguished scholar of Middle Eastern history and a prolific writer, his education includes a diplome des etudes semitiques from the University of Paris and a Ph.D. from the University of London, where he taught for 25 years before coming to Princeton in 1974. Most recently he has served as professor at the Institute of Advanced Studies and the Department of Near Eastern Studies at Princeton. As a visiting professor, he lectured at a number of notable universities in Europe and the United States.

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