Osman's Dream: The Story of the Ottoman Empire 1300-1923

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John Murray Press, 19 jul. 2012 - 704 páginas

The Ottoman chronicles recount that the first sultan, Osman, dreamt of the dynasty he would found - a tree, fully-formed, emerged from his navel, symbolising the vigour of his successors and the extent of their domains.

This is the first book to tell the full story of the Ottoman dynasty that for six centuries held sway over territories stretching, at their greatest, from Hungary to the Persian Gulf, and from North Africa to the Caucasus.

Understanding the realization of Osman's vision is essential for anyone who seeks to understand the modern world.

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A wonderful study for college.

Reseña de usuario  - mom of a high schooler - Christianbook.com

I'm looking for high school curriculum so it did not meet my expectations. The book however, would be wonderful for a college study! I am holding on to the book for possible future use! Leer reseña completa

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This is a single (though it is large, at 660 pages) volume history written for the general reader (p. xiv) who has no background in Ottoman history. The exact end of the Empire is a bit murky and is ... Leer reseña completa

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Caroline Finkel has lived in Istanbul for many years and travelled widely in Turkey and the former Ottoman lands. She has a doctorate in Ottoman history from the School of Oriental and African Studies, has published numerous articles and learnt Hungarian, Arabic and Persian in addition to Ottoman and modern Turkish. This is Caroline Finkel's third book.

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