Imperial Rule

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Index
Abbas, Shah 191
Abdulhamid II 39, 40, 116, 126
Ahmed Muhtar Pasha 109
Ahmed Şakir Pasha 123
Aksakov, Ivan 29
Alexander I 34, 86, 168
Alexander II 17, 18, 24
Alexander III 17, 24
Amburtsumov Sarkis 91
Anderson, Benedict 14
Applegate, Celia 59
Ataturk (Mustafa Kemal) 33, 41
Austria see Habsburg Empire
Auden, Wystan Hugh 151
Balivet, Michel 125
Banac, Ivo 183
Berdiaev, Nikolai 37
Bismark, Otto von 61
Bloch Marc 180
Bobrinskii Vladimir 18
Bonaparte Joseph 153
Bracewell Wendy 183
British Empire 2, 5, 11, 49, 60, 77, 133–147, 159, 164
Brubaker, Rogers 10
Burke, Peter 76
Byzantine Empire 28, 29, 32
Canning, Statford 109
Charles V 76
Chinese Empire 2, 191, 193–197, 200
Colley, Linda II, 133
Contino, Alon 59
Crews, Robert 83
Doroshenko, Hetman 186
Dragomanov, Mikhail 23
Dutch Empire 152
Efendi Ibrahim 40
Elias, Norbert 70
Elizabeth, empress of Austria 72
Elizabeth I, empress of Russia 86
England see British Empire Eyuboglu, Selahaddin 33
Falk, Max 72–74
Francis (Franz) Joseph 72, 74–76, 153, 159
Frederick II 57
French Empire 2, 5, 11, 55, 60, 77, 134–137, 143, 152, 155, 199
Gagemeister, Leontii 167, 171
Geertz, Clifford 75
Gellner, Ernest 10, 11, 37
Germany see Hohenzollern Empire
Gorchakov, Alexander 36
Gokalp, Ziya 41
Grigoriev, Vladimir 20, 21
Guicciardini, Francesco 147
Habsburg Empire 2–5, 13, 14, 17, 54, 71, 78, 139, 144, 146, 152–154, 156, 159, 180–184, 200
Hagen, William W. 58
Herzen, Alexander 146
Hitler, Adolf 134
Hohenzollern Empire 2–4, 48–60, 77, 78, 89, 138, 144, 152
Holy Roman Empire 78
Hosking, Geoffrey 11, 23, 36
Hume, David 147
Ilminskii, Nikolai 20, 21
Iranian Empire 2, 189, 193, 198
Italy 136, 138, 139
Ivan IV, the Terrible 28
Japanese Empire 139, 140, 152
Kaiser, Robert II, 23
Kappeler, Andreas 78
Katkov, Mikhail 17
Kitzikis, Dmitri 29

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