Crescent and the Eagle: Ottoman Rule, Islam and the Albanians, 1874-1913
I.B.Tauris, 25 okt. 2006 - 272 sidor
The Crescent and the Eagle examines from an Ottoman perspective the awakening of Albanian national identity from the end of the 19th century to the outbreak of World War I – a period of intense nationalism in the Balkans. Drawing on Ottoman and European archival material, the book undermines the customary negative stereotypes of Ottoman rule, offering a more nuanced interpretation. Gawrych argues that the Ottoman-Albanian relationship was not a simple adversarial struggle between Turkish rule and Albanian resistance but a complex set of intertwined and sometimes conflicting allegiances and identities.
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Abdul Abdülhamid Ahmed Cevdet Albanian language Albanian National Awakening alphabet Arabic areas Arnavud Arnavutluk autonomy Balkan Bektaşi Besa yahud Ahde Bulgarians Christian Committee Constitution Debre Derviş Hima Despite Elbasan empire’s Ergiri ethnic European fellow Albanians Firzovik foreign Frashëri Gegalık Gegs Görice government officials grand vezir Greek Gusinye Hamidian Ibid Ipek Isa Boletin Işkodra Islam Ismail Kemal Istanbul July Revolution Kamus al-A’lam kavim kaza Kosova Kosovar Albanians League of Prizren Macedonia Mahmud Şevket major Malisors Manastir Merdita military millet Montenegro motherland Muslim Muslim Albanians nationalist Niyazi number of Albanian Orthodox Osmanlı Ottoman Army Ottoman Empire Ottoman government Ottoman officials Paşa Pashko Vasa political population province reforms region religious Revolution Rıza Rumeli Salnamesi sancak schools Şemseddin Sami Serbia Serbs Skendi sultan Tanin Tanzimat Tosk Tosk Albanians Toskalık town tribal tribes troops Turkish Turks Unionist Societies Üsküp vatan vilayet yahud Ahde Vefa Yanya Yenipazar Yıldız Palace