Turkey and Tributary States

Ottoman Empire
  • J. Scott Keltie
Part of the The Statesman’s Yearbook book series (SYBK)


Mohammed V., born November 3, 1844 (21 Shavval 1260), son of Sultan Abdul Medjid; succeeded to the throne on the deposition of his elder brother, Sultan Abdul Hamid II., April 27, 1909.


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Statistical and other Books of Reference

1. Official Publications

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2. Non-Official Publications. Turkey in Europe

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Turkey in Asia

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Books of Reference Concerning Crete

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Statistical and other Books of Reference concerning Egypt and the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan. 1. Official Publications

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