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Who Gets to be a People?: Reconfiguring the Ottoman Empire in the King-Crane Commission Report of 1919

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Title: Who Gets to be a People?: Reconfiguring the Ottoman Empire in the King-Crane Commission Report of 1919
Creators: Smith, Leonard
Contributors: Mann, Melanie
Keywords: Ottoman Empire
King-Crane Commission
1919 King-Crane Commission report
Palestine
Syria
Lebanon
Anatolia
Henry Churchill King
Charles R. Crane
Issue Date: 2008-01-28
Publisher: Ohio State University. Mershon Center for International Security Studies
Abstract: He will speak about the the King-Crane Commission, the 1919 investigation conducted by the United States into the circumstances and conditions in Palestine, Syria, Lebanon and Anatolia, in order to inform American policy with regard to the partitioning of the former Ottoman Empire. The commission was headed by Henry Churchill King, president of Oberlin College, and Charles R. Crane, a prominent Democratic party contributor.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/33994
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