THE NEAR EAST FROM WITHIN

By: Anonymous

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viii, 256 pages; Clean and tight in original navy blue cloth with gilt lettering and gilt image of crescent moon and star. Clean and tight in original blue cloth binding with gilt lettering and the image of a crescent moon and star; cloth mildly rubbed at spine ends. Frontispiece photograph of Peter I of Servia, 12 addition photogravure portraits of various leaders in Servia, Eypt; Roumania; Greece, Bulgaria, etc. Chapter headings include: Sultan Abdul Hamid; Life in Constantinople; Sultan Mohammed V; Russian influence in Constantinople; Sheikh-ul-Islam; Khedive Abbas Hilmi; Emperor William II; German Emperor at Konophischt; Rival Inflences in Greece, Tsar Ferdinand of Bulgaria; Persuading of Turkey; Egypt in the Balance, etc. OCLC: 167110 From a contemporary review: "The writer of this book has until recently, occupied a very high diplomatic position, as the intimacy of the relevations made will testify. For this reason the author must remain anonymous." Somehow I suspect this last statement was a bit of misdirection and this work originated in the Foreign Office.

Title: THE NEAR EAST FROM WITHIN

Author Name: Anonymous

Categories: History and Travel, European History, Oriental Studies, Middle East Studies, Travel and Exploration, History and Area Studies, Middle East,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: London, Cassell and Company: 1915

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good

Size: 8vo

Seller ID: 39513

Keywords: Balkans Turkey Near East Eastern Question