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Military report on Eastern Turkey in Asia. vol.IV Middle Euphrates Valley - Country from the Gulf of Alexandretta towards Erzerum and Bitlis. Compiled for the Intelligence Department, War Office. 1904 (formerly "Secret" document)
MAUNSELL, Francis Richard
This book is not available on line. Copies are held in the National Archives and the British Library. London.
(Originally secret) report prepared by British Military Attache in Istanbul F.R. Maunsell for military use. A kind of traveller’s guide for army officers, containing a wealth of information about social and physical geography of the area. Maunsell, like other British military attaches in Constantinople before and after him was a well informed traveller and specialist on the Ottoman Empire. Some of his travel reports were published in the .
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