Ottoman Haifa: A History of Four Centuries under Turkish Rule

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Bloomsbury Academic, 30 בנוב׳ 2010 - 224 עמודים
Under Ottoman rule, the city of Haifa, located at the southern point of the largest bay on the coast of what today is Israel, was transformed from a scarcely-inhabited fortress town to a major modern city. This book details the history of Haifa under the Ottomans during the period 1516-1918. Alex Carmel uses a variety of original sources to uncover the realities of life in Haifa under Ottoman rule and paints a vivid picture of the development of the city in this era. Carmel's work has become the benchmark of the historiography of Israel's third largest city and remains to this day, the best-known and most highly-regarded survey of Haifa under Ottoman rule. This, the first English edition of 'Ottoman Haifa', will be essential reading for all historians of the Ottoman Empire and the Middle East.

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amazing biography of the beautiful city of Haifa,it start from the beginning and how it got established and then the rebuilding of the city on another closer site ,and how it attracted all the influence from its neighbor city of Acre ,its a great book to learn and read about the history of this sea bride ,the story of Haifa . 

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Alex Carmel (1931-2002) was an historian of the Middle East, specialising in nineteenth-century Palestine. He joined the faculty of the University of Haifa in 1968 and was a visiting professor at the universities of Basle, Bern, Fribourg and the Free University of Berlin.

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