CHARLES ISSAWI THE ECONOMIC HISTORY OF TURKEY PDF

and history, pp. ; (6) cultural, economic, and social geography, pp. ;. (7) cross-references and regional classification (arranged after the regions . Title. The Economic history of Turkey, /​ [edited by] Charles Issawi. Author. Issawi, Charles. Published. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, Charles Issawi, The Economic History of Turkey, –, The University of Chicago, Publications of the Center for Middle Eastern Studies, no. 13 (Chicago.

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Economic History of Turkey, 1800-1914

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