Nacionalizmus, elnyomás, éhínség : Libanon az első világháborúban

Ferwagner Péter Ákos: Nacionalizmus, elnyomás, éhínség : Libanon az első világháborúban. In: Aetas, (36) 2. pp. 20-40. (2021)

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Although the autonomous administrative unit of the Ottoman Empire, the territory of the Lebanese highlands was not affected directly by the battles of the First World War, it thus suffered the conflict in an extraordinary way. The Ottoman governor of Damascus, Djemal Pasha, occupied the mountains in the Autumn of 1914, and abolished its autonomy the following year. In 1915, he began to systematically persecute Arab nationalists, dozens of whom were executed. Food shortages had even more serious consequences, killing more than a hundred thousand people. The situation was complicated by the claims of Middle Eastern actors (Britain, France, Arab insurgents) for Lebanon. As a result of a power bargain at the Paris Peace Conference, in 1920 France separated the territorially enlarged Lebanon from Syria and made it its mandatory territory.

Item Type: Article
Other title: Nationalism, oppression, famine : Lebanon in the first World War
Heading title: Tanulmányok
Journal or Publication Title: Aetas
Date: 2021
Volume: 36
Number: 2
ISSN: 0237-7934
Page Range: pp. 20-40
Language: Hungarian, English
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Uncontrolled Keywords: Libanon története - 1914-1918, Világháború - 1.
Additional Information: Bibliogr. a lábjegyzetekben ; összefoglalás angol nyelven
Date Deposited: 2022. Feb. 23. 15:27
Last Modified: 2022. Feb. 23. 15:27

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