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Ottoman Bank in the Middle East

J. Vassall Adams

Ottoman Bank in the Middle East

by J. Vassall Adams

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Published by Waterlow & Sons in London, England .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Middle East
    • Subjects:
    • Ottoman Bank -- History.,
    • Banks and banking -- Middle East -- History.

    • Edition Notes

      Statement[compiled and written by J. Vassall Adams].
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHG3256.5.A8 O923 1948
      The Physical Object
      Pagination2 v. in 1 :
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2242959M
      LC Control Number89115604

      The term ‘Fertile Crescent’ is commonly used to refer to the group of territories extending around the Rivers Tigris and Euphrates. In this book, it is assumed to consist of Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, Iraq, and Palestine. Much has been written on the history of these countries, which originated from the Ottoman Empire after and became Mandates under the League of Nations.   In this podcast, Coşkun Tuncer discusses his recent book on ‘Sovereign Debt and the International Financial Control: the Middle East and the Balkans, ’, the role of banks as intermediaries between the Ottoman government and international financial markets, the Ottoman Public Debt Administration and the cases of sovereign debt in.

      Here is an article you should read which explains the functioning of the Ottoman Empire and addresses your question Millet (Ottoman Empire) The Ottomans enforced a policy of pluralism, intended to appease different nations and quell the rise of na.   A century ago, as World War I got underway, the Middle East was dominated, as it had been for centuries, by the Ottoman Empire. But by , its political shape had changed beyond recognition, as the collapse of the Ottoman Empire and the insistent claims of Arab and Turkish nationalism and Zionism led to a redrawing of borders and shuffling of alliancesandmdash;a .

        The thrilling and definitive history of World War I in the Middle East An Economist Best Book of the Year By the powers of Europe were sliding inexorably toward war, and they pulled the Middle East along with them into one of the most destructive conflicts in human history/5(6). This book is a corrective to the sensationalist, orientalist travelogues that characterized the observations of most western visitors to the Middle East. Zeevi analyzes a number of sources such as Ottoman dream interpretations, poetry, Islamic law and practice, Karagoz street theater, and western travelers' accounts to document changing Cited by:


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