Taschenbuch: 448 Seiten
Verlag: Sceptre (28. Mai 2009)
Größe und/oder Gewicht: 19,6 x 12,8 x 3,2 cm
'Giles Milton ... has crafted an inspiration for those of us who believe that history can be exciting and entertaining' -- The Times 'Giles Milton's brilliant re-creation of the last days of Smyrna' -- Sunday Times 'Giles Milton's powerful narrative of the ensuing humanitarian catastrophe is compelling ... incidents of heroism among the carnage, give this tale of ethnic cleansing a rare immediacy.' -- Telegraph 'Engrossing ... Milton's book celebrates the heroism of individuals who put lives before ideologies' -- Independent 'The sack of that famously cosmopolitan city ... makes a compelling story. It is also a strikingly neglected one ... Milton's considerable achievement is to deliver with characteristic clarity and colour this complex epic narrative ... Milton brings commendable impartiality to his thoroughly researched book ... PARADISE LOST proves a timely examination of a defining moment in the history of ethnic and religious conflict' -- Sunday Telegraph 'PARADISE LOST is a timely reminder of the appalling cost of expansionist political ambitions; it tells a fascinating story with clarity and insight' -- Economist 'PARADISE LOST is essential reading for anyone who cares about the past - and present - of today's Europe, indeed of civilisation itself' -- Adam LeBor, Literary Review 'Giles Milton ... has written his best book to date' -- Scotland on Sunday '[Milton is] a master of historical narrative' -- The Sunday Times 'Milton has a terrific eye for the kind of detail that can bring the past vividly to life off the page ... restores an exotic lustre' -- Spectator 'Milton is a great storyteller ... he conjures mood from dry parchment' -- Express on Sunday 'Milton has written a grimly memorable book' -- William Dalrymple, Sunday Times
Smyrna 1922, die reichste und cosmopolitischte Stadt des osmanischen Reiches wurde durch die türkische Kavallerie zerstört.
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