Turkey: A Short History
A new edition of this history of the Ottoman Empire and modern Turkey, from the origins of the Turks up to the present-day republic, with a new chapter bringing the work up to date contributed by Professor Clement H. Dodd.
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TWO From Steppe to Empire
THREE The Golden Age of the Ottoman Empire
pour The Decline of Faith and State
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