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Armenians And The Iranian Constitutional Revolution Of 1905-1911 - 
      Houri Berberian

Armenians And The Iranian Constitutional Revolution Of 1905-1911

The Love For Freedom Has No Fatherland

The most comprehensive treatment to date of the unique intellectual, political, and military role of an ethnic and religious minoritythe Armeniansin the Iranian Constitutional Revolution (1905-1911), the bases of that participation, the causes of involvement, and the collaborative (and at times conflicting) relations among Armenian and Iranian constitutionalist elements. Les mer
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The most comprehensive treatment to date of the unique intellectual, political, and military role of an ethnic and religious minoritythe Armeniansin the Iranian Constitutional Revolution (1905-1911), the bases of that participation, the causes of involvement, and the collaborative (and at times conflicting) relations among Armenian and Iranian constitutionalist elements.
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Forlag: Westview Press Inc
Innbinding: Paperback
Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 247
ISBN: 9780813338170
Format: 23 x 15 cm
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«Using Armenian and Persian sources as well as European ones, Berberian has produced a succinct and meticulous but highly readable work examining the participation of Armenians in the Constitutional Revolution... Overall, Berberian has provided us with a highly enjoyable book on a lively topic. It will remain the definitive work on the subject until historians gain free access to the Hunchak archives on Iran; to the Social Democratic records stored in the Caucasus, especially Baku; and, most important of all, to the massive Ottoman files dealing with Iran ... Until then, Berberian's work will be the last word on the subject. " --The American Historical Review "Houri Berberian's Armenians and the Iranian Constitutional Revolution of 1905-1911 ... [provides] a comprehensive and sustained account based on original research in Armenian and Persian. In addition to investigating the motivations and conflicts that guided Armenian participation over the course of the revolution, Berberian breaks new ground by concurrently exploring the role and activism of Armenian women... In sum, Houri Berberian has investigated an important facet of the Iranian Constitutional Revolution, probing issues and answering questions about the role of Armenians that were heretofore either ignored or left to speculation... lucidly argued and skillfully edited." --Iranian Studies»

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