According to war historians, the First World War spread over vast areas incomparable with the wars that preceded it, leading to devastating results with social turmoil. When examined in terms of their dimensions, dynamism, repercussions and consequences, many issues stand out, from the collapse of empires to mass migrations, the deaths of millions of civilians and soldiers to international crimes and epidemics.
The information about the land military power of the Ottoman Empire in the work titled “Yearbook of the War” which Tsar Nikolai II of Russia, Alexandrovich Romanov had General Dmitriy Nikolayevich Dubenskiy personally write the war day by day was meticulously examined in this study. The work, which has not been translated into different languages other than Russian, is an essential work to be taken into consideration by the scientific circles and subjected to a comparative analysis in terms of reflecting the knowledge and views of Tsarist Russia about the war.
|Yayımlanma Tarihi||15 Aralık 2022|
|Yayınlandığı Sayı||Yıl 2022, Cilt , Sayı 18|