Late Ottoman rule over Palestine: its evaluation in Arab, Turkish and Israeli histories, 1970–90

  title={Late Ottoman rule over Palestine: its evaluation in Arab, Turkish and Israeli histories, 1970–90},
  author={M. Reinkowski},
  journal={Middle Eastern Studies},
The aim of this article is to analyse the scholarly and journalistic literature dealing with late Ottoman rule in Palestine (1840-1918) by Arab, Turkish and Israeli historians writing between 1970 and 1990. The 'parties' that were directly involved in the history of Ottoman Palestine were the Arabs as the numerically preponderant population, the Ottomans as sovereigns, and the Jews both as a small indigenous minority and also as a group of immigrants. The 'successor' states of these parties… Expand
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