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Rebel Land is the history, nonfiction and paranormal novel in which author describe the history of Ottoman Empire which ends after a lot of sacrifices. Christopher de Bellaigue is the author of this stunning novel. She has already written a lot in the New York Times about the killing of a peoples in the Turkey which are Armenians in the year 1915. There are thousands of innocent people were killed and no one is there to ask the officials about them. The people are struggling hard for their rights and giving their lives sacrifices. There are still genocide situation in the country and people are still on the target. This book reveals the big history which lead you to find out the fall of Ottoman Empire.
Everyone has the fear of death and there are few incidents of massacres happened in the region. All the forces are still in the controls of Ottoman and they are using them against their own people. This situation create the anarchy and chaos, the innocent people of the empire become the rebels now. They already loss so much in the war and there is no fear of Ottoman Empire anymore. All the rebels are ready to take down the Ottoman Empire at every cast. The strength of rebels are increasing day by day and one day they demolish the Ottoman Empire as it never existed.
Details About Rebel Land by Christopher de Bellaigue PDF
- Name: Rebel Land: Unraveling the Riddle of History in a Turkish Town
- Authors: Christopher de Bellaigue
- Publish Date: March 29, 2011
- Language: English
- Genre: Nonfiction, History, Violence, Thriller
- Format: PDF/ePub
- Size: 1 MB
- Pages: 288
- Price: Free
- ISBN: 0143118846
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