Cemal Pasha's governorate in Syria 1914-1917

Çiçek, Muhammed Talha (2012) Cemal Pasha's governorate in Syria 1914-1917. [Thesis]

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This dissertation is on Cemal Pasha's Governorate in Syria during WWI. The aim is to explore the military, social and political reasons behind his existence in Syria. The outbreak of the WWI signified a new period in the history of Ottoman Syria and gave an occasion to the Ottoman Government to save themselves from all kinds of foreign influences and to assert state authority over Ottoman citizens in Greater Syria. With this motivation, the third man of the ruling party, the CUP, was sent to Syria to establish the state's authority there, and to organize an expedition against Egypt to liberate it from the ''British yoke''. This dissertation elaborates Cemal's preparations for an expedition against Egypt and his activities to remove all the intermediaries between state and its citizens in Syria, examining all the influential groups such as the Arabists, the Zionists and the Christians.

Item Type:Thesis
Uncontrolled Keywords:Cemal Pasha. -- Syria. -- First World War. -- The Egyptian expedition. -- Zionism. -- Arabism. -- The Armenian deportations. -- Famine. -- Sharif Hussein. -- Ahmed Cemal Pasha. -- World War I. -- Arab Nationalism. -- Lebanon. -- Cemal Paşa. -- Suriye. -- Birinci Dünya Savaşı. -- Mısır seferi. -- Siyonizm. -- Arapçılık. -- Ermeni tehciri. -- Kıtlık. -- Şerif Hüseyin. -- Ahmed Cemal Paşa. -- 1. Dünya Savaşı. -- Lübnan. -- Arap milliyetçiliği.
Subjects:D History General and Old World > D History (General)
ID Code:27603
Deposited By:IC-Cataloging
Deposited On:19 Nov 2015 12:44
Last Modified:02 Aug 2018 16:10

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