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John Tolan, Henry Laurens, and Gilles Veinstein

Print publication date: 2012

Print ISBN-13: 9780691147055

Published to Princeton Scholarship Online: October 2017

DOI: 10.23943/princeton/9780691147055.001.0001

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The First Blows to European Domination

The First Blows to European Domination

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(p.338) Chapter 15 The First Blows to European Domination
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Europe and the Islamic World
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John Tolan

Gilles Veinstein

Henry Laurens

, Jane Marie Todd
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Princeton University Press
DOI:10.23943/princeton/9780691147055.003.0016

This chapter chronicles the initial wave of revolutionary fervor in the Muslim world. It first looks at Persia, the first revolutionary Muslim tendencies arose. Moreover, in the early twentieth century, European political alignments changed, with tragic consequences for the Muslim world under European domination, despite theoretical independence. The new European political alignment, founded on a de facto alliance between France, Great Britain, and Russia, came about directly at the expense of the Muslim world in Morocco, Egypt, and Persia. By contrast, imperial Germany, which felt threatened by a supposed desire to encircle it, more than ever looked like the major power protecting Islam.

Keywords:   European political alignments, Persia, Morocco, Egypt, Young Turks, Le Châtelier moment, Zionism, Libya, Balkan Wars, Ottoman Empire

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