The Arab Movements in World War I

Voorkant
Routledge, 5 mrt. 2014 - 336 pagina's
This study surveys the many revolutionary attempts carried out against the Ottoman Empire in the Fertile Cresecnt and the Arabian Peninsula during World War I. Special emphasis is laid upon the subversive activities of the Arab secret societies which preceded the outbreak of Sharif Husayn's Arab revolt in 1916. The revolt is thoroughly examined and analyzed, regarding both its military operations and its human composition, which influenced its course.
 

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Arab Societies before the War
1
1 Abortive Attempts
10
2 Negligence Treachery and Executions
35
3 AlFatat alAhd and the Origins of the Arab Revolt
57
4 Aziz Ali alMisri and the Arab Revolt
83
New Features
101
6 Syrians and Lebanese in Egypt
165
7 The Légion dOrient and Emigré Communities in America
200
8 The Final Month of the War
231
Summary Conclusions and Epilogue
244
Notes
261
Bibliography
299
Index
309
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