Agha, Shaikh and State: The Social and Political Structures of Kurdistan
Bloomsbury Academic, 1992 - 373 pagine
Exacerbated by the Gulf War, the plight of the Kurds is one of the most urgent problems facing the international community. This authoritative study of the Kurdish people provides a deep and varied insight into one of the largest primarily tribal communities in the world. It covers the collapse of the Ottoman Empire, the great Kurdish revolt against republican Turkey, the birth of Kurdish nationalism and the situation of the Kurdish people in Iraq, Turkey and Iran today.
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Subject of this study
The major shaikhly families of Kurdistan 319
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