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The Ottoman Road to War in 1914 - Mustafa Aksakal


Why did the Ottoman Empire enter the First World War in late October 1914, months after the war's devastations had become clear? Were its leaders 'simple-minded,' 'below-average' individuals, as the d



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The Ottoman Road to War in 1914 - Mustafa Aksakal


Why did the Ottoman Empire enter the First World War in late October 1914, months after the war's devastations had become clear? Were its leaders 'simple-minded,' 'below-average' individuals, as the d