The Ottoman Experience of World War I: Historiographical Problems and Trends*†

@article{Kayal2017TheOE,
  title={The Ottoman Experience of World War I: Historiographical Problems and Trends*†},
  author={Hasan Kayalı},
  journal={The Journal of Modern History},
  year={2017},
  volume={89},
  pages={875 - 907}
}
  • H. Kayalı
  • Published 28 November 2017
  • Sociology
  • The Journal of Modern History
Over the last one hundred years, theMiddle East region has had a prominence in global affairs and crises incommensurate with its geographic size or its strategic and economic stature. Its many predicaments are rooted in the ruptures and farreaching transformations of World War I and its immediate aftermath. The region’s geopolitical contours emerged from the war in an overhaul that could hardly have been predicted a few years earlier. The boundaries of the constituent countries determined… Expand
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