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The War with the Ottoman Empire free pdf The Ottomans fought soldiers from Russia, France, Britain, Australia, New Zealand, India and other parts of the British Empire in various theatres: the Dardanelles, Sinai, Palestine, Syria and Mesopotamia. The war with the Ottoman Empire was not only a war between great empires, but was also a war of empire and the furthering of European imperial interests- its aftermath laid the foundations of the modern Middle East. The Great War devastated every state and every society that it touched. Although we have sentimentalised 'Johnny Turk', we remain largely ignorant of the Ottoman experience of the war. This book examines the involvement of Australians in this part of the Great War in a wider context, to uncover the real importance of these complex events and Australia's part in them. Drawing on archival records in Australasia, Europe and North America, The War with the Ottoman Empire provides a fresh perspective on Australia's involvement in the Great War and our place in the world as empires shifted. The Centenary History of Australia and the Great War series is an accessible and scholarly account of the impact of one of the great formative national experiences in our history. Based on wide-ranging research from Australian, British and other sources, it provides fresh perspectives and new ways of thinking about the issues, events and personalities that helped define Australia and Australians

About Jeffrey Grey

Professor Jeffrey Grey is a leading military historian with an interest in contemporary warfare. He teaches Australian Military History, Contemporary Warfare and US Military History. He is a member the Army Historical Advisory Committee and the Army History Research Grant Schemes Committee, a Consultant to the Department of Veterans' Affairs Series, a consultant to the 8-part television series Australians at War (2001), and adjunct senior research fellow, Land Warfare Studies Centre.

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Author : Jeffrey Grey
Publisher : Oxford University Press
Data Published : 19 February 2015
ISBN : 0195576764
EAN : 9780195576764
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 320 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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