The Compact Minorities and the Syrian State, 1918-45

@article{Robinovich1979TheCM,
  title={The Compact Minorities and the Syrian State, 1918-45},
  author={Itamar Robinovich},
  journal={Journal of Contemporary History},
  year={1979},
  volume={14},
  pages={693 - 712}
}
Historians of the modern Arab world tend to emphasize the elements of novelty and discontinuity that were introduced during the period of the first world war and the ensuing Peace Settlement. This perspective stresses such aspects as the dismemberment of the Ottoman Empire, the formation of the Arab states, the establishment of a direct and indirect European rule and the replacement of traditional loyalties by the supremacy of Arab nationalism. A different perspective underlines the importance… Expand

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