ما يقوله الناس - كتابة مراجعة
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Published in 1922, just after WWI, the comments by the author, trying to anticipate what may be going to happen makes this particularly interesting.Then as one Amazon reviewer wrote "I am amazed that ... قراءة التقييم بأكمله
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الصفحة 170 - Van Millingen, Byzantine Constantinople. The Walls of the City and Adjoining Historical Sites (London, 1899) Werner, Johannes Kantakuzenos E . Werner, ' ' Johannes Kantakuzenos, Umur Pasa und Orhan,
الصفحة 538 - Stauracius 811 Michael I., Rhangabe ... 811-813 Leo V., the Armenian ... 813-820 Michael II., the Amorian 820-829 Theophilus 829-842 Michael III 842-867 Basil I., the Macedonian...
الصفحة 502 - ... conflict with Italy. In order to persuade Rome to enter the war on their side, the allies had been obliged to make the numerous territorial concessions embodied in the secret treaty of London of April, 1915. This document handed over to Italy considerable territory under Hapsburg rule, but racially South Slav, in Dalmatia, in Istria, and in the hinterland of the great Adriatic port of Trieste. Intoxicated by the total collapse of Austria-Hungary, the Italian delegation at Paris...
الصفحة 285 - ... the heroic struggle of the rejuvenated Christian peoples to shake off a degrading yoke and to assert their inalienable right of directing their own destiny.
الصفحة 196 - Constantinople forms a roughly triangular peninsula, bounded on the north by the Golden Horn, on the south by the Marmara, and on...
الصفحة 326 - Serbs, already considered, is undeniable, it is also certain that, in accordance with the diversity manifested from province to province and even from district to district in the Ottoman empire, special circumstances obtained which call v/ for consideration.