History of the Ottoman Empire and modern Turkey.

Published
  • Cambridge : Cambridge University Press 1976-
Physical description
2v.
ISBN
  • 0521214491

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History of the Ottoman Empire and modern Turkey / Stanford Shaw.

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Published
  • Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press 1976-1977
Physical description
2 v. : maps ; 25 cm.
ISBN
  • 0521212804
  • 0521291666
Local notes
  • ACLS e-books permit unlimited multi-user access.
Notes
  • No more published?
  • Includes bibliographies (v. 1, p. 302-324 ; v. 2, p. 441-466) and index.
  • Reproduction available: Electronic resource. Ann Arbor, Mich. : University of Michigan, Scholarly Publishing Office, 2004. Includes both TIFF files and keyword searchable text. ([History e-book project])
Contents
  • v. 1. Empire of the Gazis: the rise and decline of the Ottoman Empire, 1280-1808 -- v. 2. Reform, revolution, and republic: the rise of modern Turkey, 1808-1975.
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Genre
  • Bibliography
  • Illustrated
  • text
Language
  • English
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  • Empire of the Gazis: The Rise and Decline of the Ottoman Empire, 1280-1808 is the first book of the two-volume History of the Ottoman Empire and Modern Turkey. It describes how the Ottoman Turks, a small band of nomadic soldiers, managed to expand their dominions from a small principality in northwestern Anatolia on the borders of the Byzantine Empire into one of the great empires of fifteenth- and sixteenth-century Europe and Asia, extending from northern Hungary to southern Arabia and from the Crimea across North Africa almost to the Atlantic Ocean. The volume sweeps away the accumulated prejudices of centuries and describes the empire of the sultans as a living, changing society, dominated by the small multinational Ottoman ruling class led by the sultan, but with a scope of government so narrow that the subjects, Muslim and non-Muslim alike, were left to carry on their own lives, religions, and traditions with little outside interference.

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