Spies, Scandals, and Sultans: Istanbul in the Twilight of the Ottoman Empire
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Spies, Scandals, and Sultans: Istanbul in the Twilight of the Ottoman Empire

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Spies, Scandals, and Sultans is the first English translation of a fascinating and acidly critical portrait of the Ottoman capital of Istanbul during the days of the Sultan Abd al-Hamid. This is the first time that the text, written by an Egyptian journalist and politician, has been available since 1896. Originally published as a series of newspaper articles in the mid-189...more
Paperback, 196 pages
Published November 16th 2007 by Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
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