The caliphs' last heritage; a short history of the Turkish empire, by Lt.-Col. Sir Mark Sykes, bart., M.P.

; Middle East Institute Collection at Gelman Library
London, Macmillan and Company, Limited, 1915.

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Other Authors Middle East Institute Collection at Gelman Library.
Subjects Kurds.
Turkey -- Description and travel.
Turkey -- History.
Description xii, 638 pages frontispiece, illustrations, plates (1 color, 1 folded) portraits, maps (some folded) plans 23 cm
Copyright Date 1915.
Notes Three folded maps in pocket of cover.
This book is from the rare book collection originally held in the George Camp Keiser Library of the Middle East Institute (MEI), Washington DC. This collection, acquired in 2008 by the Gelman Library of The George Washington University, now forms part of the Special Collections Research Center.
Contents pt. I. History -- part II. [Diaries describing journeys made in 1906, 1907, 1908, 1910, and 1913] -- Appendix : The Kurdish tribes of the Ottoman empire. Alphabetical list of tribes. Index.
Genre History.
Geographic Area Turkey
Network Numbers (OCoLC)3610950
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Sykes, Mark, 1879-1919.
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