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ISBN: 186064404X
Author: Erik J. Zurcher
Language: English
Publisher: I.B.Tauris (December 3, 1999)
Pages: 288
Category: Humanities
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As our new military professionals move forward in the 21st century from the 20th century there is a wealth of knowledge . Southeast Asia and Korea have the benefit of hindsight. The Middle East and North Africa is a messy and bloody work in progress.

As our new military professionals move forward in the 21st century from the 20th century there is a wealth of knowledge that can be attained from the past, therefore; it is very important for our Military Professionals to learn and study military history. History is not just to inform Soldiers of ones accomplishments and hard earnings, but also to help military professionals understand mistakes. that were previously made in past wars.

Universal conscription has been the main form of military recruitment in the 19th and 20th centuries. In central Asia and the Middle East it has been ruthlessly imposed on agrarian and undeveloped societies, with little regard for individual interest, economic disruption, or intense local resistance. Providing a study of conscription, this work includes contributions from social and political historians on a subject traditionally covered by military historians.

Arming the State book This book provides a fresh approach to the understanding of conscription, with contributions from social and political historians in an area.

Arming the State book. In Central Asia and the Middle East it has been ruthlessly imposed on agrarian and undeveloped societies with little regard for individual interest, economic disruption, or intense local resistance. This book provides a fresh approach to the understanding of conscription, with contributions from social and political historians in an area traditionally covered by military historians.

Military Conscription in the Middle East and Central Asia, 1775–1925. pp. 168. London and New York, I. B. Tauris, 1999.

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Military Conscription in the Middle East and Central Asia, 1775-1925. Published December 3, 1999 by I. Tauris. For most of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, universal conscription has been by far the predominant system of military recruitment, but the phenomenon has received surprisingly little attention from social historians.

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Hungary in Ancient Mediaeval and Modern Times. Zürcher, Erik Jan (1999). Arming the state: military conscription in the Middle East and Central Asia, 1775-1925. Wheatcroft, Andrew (2009). ISBN 978-1-86064-404-7.

Conscription even ends up mirroring many of the infamous traits of chattel slavery in the American South .

Arming the State: Military Conscription in the Middle East and Central Asia, 1775-1925.

Universal conscription has been the main form of military recruitment in the 19th and 20th centuries. In Central Asia and the Middle East it has been ruthlessly imposed on agrarian and undeveloped societies with little regard for individual interest, economic disruption, or intense local resistance. This book provides a fresh approach to the understanding of conscription, with contributions from social and political historians in an area traditionally covered by military historians. It focuses on the previously undiscussed areas of Ottoman Turkey and Egypt (where some of the most extreme forms of conscription occurred), Iran, Central Asia and the Balkans.

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