The Ottoman occupation of Batumi, 1918: a view from below

@article{ForestierPeyrat2016TheOO,
  title={The Ottoman occupation of Batumi, 1918: a view from below},
  author={{\'E}tienne Forestier-Peyrat},
  journal={Caucasus Survey},
  year={2016},
  volume={4},
  pages={165 - 182}
}
ABSTRACT This article presents for the first time in English an eye-witness’s account of the Ottoman occupation of the Black Sea port of Batumi in 1918. Written by a Russian resident of Batumi, V.P. Mel’nikov, the document is held in the archives of the Ach’ara State Museum, Georgia. It offers rare insights into daily life under Ottoman occupation, making a contribution to the general history of occupation policies during the First World War, the history of the Ottoman invasion of Transcaucasia… 
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