The Berlin-Baghdad Express
Harvard University Press, 7 Μαΐ 2012 - 496 σελίδες
The modern Middle East was forged in the crucible of the First World War, but few know the full story of how war actually came to the region. As Sean McMeekin reveals in this startling reinterpretation of the war, it was neither the British nor the French but rather a small clique of Germans and Turks who thrust the Islamic world into the conflict for their own political, economic, and military ends.
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A well informed, if somewhat dry, look at Pan Islamism directives by the Kaisers government in the First World War. This does have some elements of trying to illustrate the lives of Germany's ... Ανάγνωση ολόκληρης της κριτικής
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A history of German involvement in the Middle East in the dying days of the Ottoman Empire. Allegedly built on the story of the building of the rail line from Europe through Turkey into the heart of ... Ανάγνωση ολόκληρης της κριτικής
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