The Arab Movements in World War I
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 Abortive Attempts
2 Negligence Treachery and Executions
3 AlFatat alAhd and the Origins of the Arab Revolt
4 Aziz Ali alMisri and the Arab Revolt
6 Syrians and Lebanese in Egypt
Overige edities - Alles weergeven
Abdallah al-‘Ahd al-Ayyubi al-Bakri al-Fatat al-Jaza’iri al-Khalil al-Khatib al-Rikabi al-Sha‘lan al-Thawra Alliance Libanaise Allies Aqaba Arab activists Arab Bureau Arab countries Arab Legion Arab ofﬁcers Arab revolt Arab societies Arabian Arbur arrived attack began Beirut Britain British Cairo Clayton commander d’Orient Damascus Decentralization Party decided Defrance desert Egypt Egyptian enclosed Faruqi Faysal ﬁrst forces foreign ministry France French Fu’ad Guerre Hijaz Husayn independence inﬂuence Iraq Iraqi ofﬁcers Istanbul Jamal Pasha Jawdat Jidda joined the revolt July June Lawrence leaders Lebanese Maronite McMahon Mecca Medina military minister mission Mount Lebanon Muhammad Mukhlis Musa Muslim Northern Army Nuri al-Sa‘id Ofﬁce ofﬁcers ofﬁcial Ottoman army Ottoman Empire Palestine Paris Pichon prisoners Qadri Rabigh Raﬁq Rashid Rida region reported revolt army Rida Sa‘id Samné sent Sharif Husayn Shukri Ghanim soldiers Syria Syrian activists Syrian and Lebanese Syrie Syrie-Liban telegram tion Turkish Turks volunteers Wingate Yasin al-Hashimi