Jerusalem in World War I. The Palestine Diary of a European Diplomat. Conde de Ballobar

Edited by Eduardo Manzano Moreno (IH-CCHS) and Roberto Mazza

Jerusalem in World War I offers a precious record of events and insights on episodes and people often neglected due to a lack of original source material. Ballobar presents a vivid picture of a lively and dynamic city, making it unavoidable to draw parallels with the contemporary conflict and divisions. This book will be essential reading for students and scholars of the late Ottoman Empire and World War 1 in the Middle East.
Jerusalem in World War I offers a precious record of events and insights on episodes and people often neglected due to a lack of original source material. Ballobar presents a vivid picture of a lively and dynamic city, making it unavoidable to draw parallels with the contemporary conflict and divisions. This book will be essential reading for students and scholars of the late Ottoman Empire and World War I in the Middle East.
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