The History of the Ottomans
This book is one of the most important Orientalist works that explores Ottoman history written by the English historian, Sir Edward Shepherd Creasy, in the middle of the nineteenth century.
The book is divided into twenty-five chapters, most of which follow the chronological order of events, except for some chapters which shed light on certain details concerning the administrative or military systems of the state and its development.
It provides an English perspective on the circumstances and events which took place between 1774 and the end of the Crimean War (1853-1856), undoubtedly one of the most important times in contemporary history.
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