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Talaat Pasha – Father of Modern Turkey, Architect of Genocide

Autor Hans–lukas Kieser
en Limba Engleză Hardback – 29 iun 2018
The first English-language biography of the de facto ruler of the late Ottoman Empire and architect of the Armenian Genocide
Talaat Pasha (1874-1921) led the Young Turks' single-party regime in the Ottoman Empire during World War I and is arguably a founding father of modern Turkey. He was also the architect of the Armenian Genocide, which set the stage for a century that would witness political terror and ethnic cleansing on a scale never imagined. Here is the first biography in English of the revolutionary figure who not only prepared the way for Atat rk and the founding of the republic in 1923, but who shaped the modern world as well. In this explosive book, Hans-Lukas Kieser provides a mesmerizing portrait of the shrewd and merciless politician who maintained power through a potent blend of Islamic-Turkish nationalism and a readiness to employ violent solutions.
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ISBN-13: 9780691157627
ISBN-10: 0691157626
Pagini: 552
Dimensiuni: 143 x 224 x 36 mm
Greutate: 0.75 kg
Editura: Princeton University Press

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Hans-Lukas Kieser is associate professor in the Centre for the Study of Violence at the University of Newcastle in Australia and adjunct professor of history at the University of Zurich in Switzerland. His many books include Nearest East: American Millennialism and Mission to the Middle East; The End of the Ottomans; and Turkey beyond Nationalism.