The Middle East, (Vol. II from 1789) / Edition 5

The Middle East, (Vol. II from 1789) / Edition 5

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The Middle East, (Vol. II from 1789) / Edition 5

THE MIDDLE EAST is the most important comprehensive treatment of Middle Eastern History now available. Praised for its straightforward and accessible style,it provides teachers and students with a general introduction in narrative form to the chief elements in Middle Eastern History,thereby allowing individuals to proceed into more specialized topics and themes with a firm understanding of information and analysis. With the book in two volumes,this book is now more versatile than before.

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ISBN-13: 9780070217195
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies, The
Publication date: 12/01/1996
Series: Middle East Series
Edition description: Older Edition
Pages: 560
Product dimensions: 6.44(w) x 9.20(h) x 0.77(d)

Table of Contents

Geographic ProloguePART III: NINETEENTH CENTURY MIDDLE EAST CHAPTER 22: The Era of the French Revolution and Napoleon CHAPTER 23: Mahmud II: Greek Nationalism and Ottoman Reform CHAPTER 24: Mehmet Ali, Ismail, and the Development of Egypt CHAPTER 25: Ottoman Tanzimat and European Ambitions CHAPTER 26: Abdulhamid II and Autocratic Reform CHAPTER 27: The Young Turks and Nationalism CHAPTER 28: British Occupation of Egypt and the Sudan CHAPTER 29: Qajar Iran and Reform CHAPTER 30: Iran's Constitutional Revolution CHAPTER 31: Impact of World War I Upon the Middle East PART IV: THE TWENTIETH CENTURY MIDDLE EAST CHAPTER 32: The Turkish Republic Under Atatura CHAPTER 33: Iran Between the Two World Wars CHAPTER 34: Egypt, the Sudan, and Libya CHAPTER 35: Lebanon, Syria, and Iraq Under the Mandate System CHAPTER 36: Palestine and Transjordan CHAPTER 37: World War II and the Middle East CHAPTER 38: Turkey Becomes a Democracy (and more...)

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