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The volume also gives more attention to the Ottoman Empire, which is generally neglected in European books on the war. Both the general public and students of history will find the book useful, balanced and up-to-date"--

Author: Candan Badem

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ISBN: 1032069430

Category: Crimean War, 1853-1856

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"The Routledge Handbook of the Crimean War is an edited collection of articles on the various aspects of the Crimean War written by distinguished historians from various countries. Part I focuses on diplomatic, military and regional perspectives. Part II includes contributions on social, cultural and international issues around the war. All contributions are based upon findings of the latest research. While not pretending to be an exhaustive encyclopaedia of this first modern war, the present volume captures the most important topics and the least researched areas in the historiography of the war. The book incorporates new approaches in national historiographies to the war and is intended to be the most up-to-date reference book on the subject. Chapters are devoted to each of the belligerent powers and to other peripheral states that were involved in one way or another in the war. The volume also gives more attention to the Ottoman Empire, which is generally neglected in European books on the war. Both the general public and students of history will find the book useful, balanced and up-to-date"--
2021-11 By Candan Badem

The Routledge Handbook of the Crimean War is an edited collection of articles on the various aspects of the Crimean War written by distinguished historians from various countries. Part I focuses on diplomatic, military and regional ...

Author: Candan Badem

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9780429560965

Category: History

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The Routledge Handbook of the Crimean War is an edited collection of articles on the various aspects of the Crimean War written by distinguished historians from various countries. Part I focuses on diplomatic, military and regional perspectives. Part II includes contributions on social, cultural and international issues around the war. All contributions are based upon findings of the latest research. While not pretending to be an exhaustive encyclopaedia of this first modern war, the present volume captures the most important topics and the least researched areas in the historiography of the war. The book incorporates new approaches in national historiographies to the war and is intended to be the most up-to-date reference book on the subject. Chapters are devoted to each of the belligerent powers and to other peripheral states that were involved in one way or another in the war. The volume also gives more attention to the Ottoman Empire, which is generally neglected in European books on the war. Both the general public and students of history will find the book useful, balanced and up-to-date.
2021-09-15 By Candan Badem

The Routledge Handbook of the Mongols and Central-Eastern Europe offers a comprehensive overview of the Mongols’ military, political, socio-economic and cultural relations with Central and Eastern European nations between the thirteenth ...

Author: Alexander V. Maiorov

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000417456

Category: History

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The Routledge Handbook of the Mongols and Central-Eastern Europe offers a comprehensive overview of the Mongols’ military, political, socio-economic and cultural relations with Central and Eastern European nations between the thirteenth and fifteenth centuries. The Mongol Empire was the largest contiguous land empire in history, and one which contributed to the establishment of political, commercial and cultural contacts between all Eurasian regions. The Golden Horde, founded in Eastern Europe by Chinggis Khan’s grandson, Batu, in the thirteenth century, was the dominant power in the region. For two hundred years, all of the countries and peoples of Central and Eastern Europe had to reckon with a powerful centralized state with enormous military potential. Some chose to submit to the Mongols whilst others defended their independence, but none could avoid the influence of this powerful empire. In this book, twenty-five chapters examine this crucial period in Central-Eastern European history, including trade, confrontation, and cultural and religious exchange between the Mongols and their neighbours. This book will be an essential reference for scholars and students of the Mongols, as well those interested in the political, social and economic history of medieval Central-Eastern Europe.
2021-08-25 By Alexander V. Maiorov

In The Routledge Handbook to Nineteenth-Century British Periodicals and Newspapers, edited by Andrew King, Alexis Easley, and John Morton, 1–15. Abingdon: Routledge, 2016. Knight, Charles. ... The Crimean War in British Imagination.

Author: Thomas Smits

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000767223

Category: History

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This book looks at the roots of a global visual news culture: the trade in illustrations of the news between European illustrated newspapers in the mid-nineteenth century. In the age of nationalism, we might suspect these publications to be filled with nationally produced content, supporting a national imagined community. However, the large-scale transnational trade in illustrations, which this book uncovers, points out that nineteenth-century news consumers already looked at the same world. By exchanging images, European illustrated newspapers provided them with a shared, transnational, experience.
2019-12-20 By Thomas Smits

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ISBN: UOM:39015082989339

Category: Union catalogs

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... Warne Routledge , was admitted a partner , cluded in it , five hundred thousand copies and the firm took the style of Routledge , were sold ; of W. H. Russell's ' Narrative of Warne , & Routledge . In May 1859 W. H. the Crimean War ...

Author: Leslie Stephen

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105118974364

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1909 By Leslie Stephen

... Warne Routledge , was admitted a partner , cluded in it , five hundred thousand copies and the firm took the style of Routledge , were sold ; of W. H. Russell's “ Narrative of Warne , & Routledge . In May 1859 W. H. the Crimean War ...

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... Warne Routledge , was admitted a partner , cluded in it , five hundred thousand copies and the firm took the style of Routledge , were sold ; of W. H. Russell's “ Narrative of Warne , & Routledge . In May 1859 W. H. the Crimean War ...

Author: Sir Leslie Stephen

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4 ) Routledge . ... S. ) Handbook of Pacific Coast Travel , with niaps , 16mo , 6s 6d San Francisco . ... 8vo , 108 6d Whittaker .1887 Hobson ( Catherine Leslie ) , Lady Nurse , Crimean War , and her Life , 12mo , 68 ... Parker .

Author: Sampson Low

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1891 By Sampson Low

W. H. Allen and Co. , have Routledge for £ 20 . ... Unwin is publishing shortly We have an impression that the late Mr : early publication several important works , George Routledge referred to the matter including : ' The Crimean War ...

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