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Kurds, Turks, and Arabs


Éditeur : Oxford University Press Date & Lieu : 1957, London
Préface : Pages : 458
Traduction : ISBN :
Langue : AnglaisFormat : 140x215 mm
Code FIKP : Lp. Gen. 5Thème : Politique

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Kurds, Turks, and Arabs


Kurds, Turks, and Arabs

C. J. Edmonds

Oxford University Press


Kurdistan in its broadest sense means the country inhabited by the Kurds as a homogeneous community. It is divided between Turkey, Iraq and Persia with small overlaps into the Soviet Union and Syria; thus its boundaries do not coincide with any international frontiers or internal administrative divisions. On the north the border follows roughly the line through Erivan, Erzurum, Erzinjan, (Erzincan), and thence in an arc through Mar'ash (MaraČ™) towards Aleppo; on the south-west it runs along the foothills as far as the Tigris, then just east of the river downstream, then a little north of the ...



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