World War I in the Arabian Peninsula… in Search of Sources

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August 8, 2016

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Ulrike Freitag et al., « World War I in the Arabian Peninsula… in Search of Sources », Arabian Humanities, ID : 10.4000/cy.3032


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Historians are dependent on sources to build their arguments and narratives. We generally begin with local and state archives of the regions we are dealing with. Indeed, the study of World War I was based on national sources produced inside the countries under consideration. In the beginning, these were mostly European and American archives, given that “The Great War” was initially often conceived of as a European war, reflecting the fact that it started in Europe, and that many parts of the ...

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