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Balkan Wars According to The Times Newspaper

Balkan Wars According to The Times Newspaper
Nobel Akademik Yayıncılık
312 Page
1. Hamur / Renkli
Number of Prints
2. Baskı
Print Year
Ocak, 2021
Karton Kapak
In this book, it is aimed to reflect the political view of The Times Newspaper, which was considered as the "semi-official newspaper" of England, the biggest political power of the period, to the Balkan Wars, which is also considered to be the forerunner of the First World War. Although the main subject of the book is the Balkan Wars, from the Unionist figures of the period to the Ottoman Armenians; Many different topics published in The Times, from discussions on Thessaloniki to the proposal for the Ottoman Empire, whose map, financial and administrative division were almost identical to the Treaty of Sevres of 1920, were also discussed under different headings.
Confirming the argument that the First World War was a war of partitioning the Ottoman Empire, nearly half of The Times' overall pre-war one-year editorial deals directly with Turkey and the Ottoman Empire. In this war of division, the rivalry between the Great Powers also took place in Paris, St. Petersburgh was reflected in newspaper columns with telegrams from Vienna and Berlin; In these capitals, the Ottoman government, especially the Union and Progress administrators, was followed with the meticulousness of an intelligence officer. In this respect, the Istanbul correspondent, who could be considered the main source of The Times on the Ottoman Empire at that time, was the British intelligence officer working in the Ottoman lands since 1905 and the person who trained the famous British agent Lawrence at the Cairo station; It is not a coincidence that readers' letters come from people like Gertrude Bell and Mark Sykes, Sykes of the Sykes-Picot Agreement...

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