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History of the Ottoman Empire and Modern Turkey: Volume 2, Reform, Revolution, and Republic: The Rise of Modern Turkey 1808 1975

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History of the Ottoman Empire and Modern Turkey
Paperback, 548 pages
Published September 23rd 2005 by Cambridge University Press (first published May 27th 1977)
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This Volume II covers the Tanzimat (Reformation) period of the Ottoman Empire (1808-1909), the subsequent World War I, the Turkish War of Independence, and the Republic until 1975. It was an arduous task to get through this 518 page volume as it is a serious scholarly work providing a great deal of detail from original sources in archives. The treatment of the Republican period in the same volume following the Tanzimat and collapse of the Empire gives the reader a good perspective on how the ins ...more
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American historian, best known for his works on the late Ottoman Empire, Turkish Jews, and the early Turkish Republic.

Shaw and his Turkish wife Ezel Kural deny that there was an genocide of Armenians, and claim that the Armenians just were removed from the war zone along the Russian border.

Shaw nowadays teaches at the private Bilkent University in Turkey.
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