International Attitudes Toward Kurdish Movements 1880-1946 A.D.

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Title: المواقف الدولية تجاه الحركات الكردية 1880-1946م
Researcher: Hiwa Sami Hamad
Supervisors: Ibrahim Aladl Almarsa, Riyad M. Alrefai
Thesis Type: Master
Year: 2015
Pages: 257
Language: Arabic
University: Mansoura University
Country: Egypt
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Abstract:

This study is divided into an introduction and five chapters and a conclusion and a list of references: The first chapter was titled (Kurds and major countries from the beginning of the nineteenth century until 1880) deals with the interests of the major powers in Kurdistan Ottoman and Qajar until 1880 and the main Kurdish movements until 1880 and international positions, including a private Prince of the Emirate of Soran movement and the Emir of the Emirate of Bhutan and the movement decorated with Cher. The second chapter entitled (the position of the major powers about the Kurdish movements in Turkey) where revolutions ensure Obaidullah river, and the uprising of Bitlis and Abdul Razzaq Badrakhan and Sheikh Said Piran and revolution Ararat (Akre Dag) and Dersim revolt. He holds the title of Chapter III (international positions of Kurdish movements in Iraq), including Sheikh Abdul Salam Barzani and Sheikh Mahmoud movements grandson and September uprising and international positions of the first Albarzanah revolution led by Sheikh Ahmed Barzani second Albarzanah 1943-1945 revolution led by Mustafa Barzani. Chapter IV was entitled (international positions of Kurdish movements in Iran) and ensure SmCo Skeptic 1895-1930 and the Republic of Kurdistan 1946 movement The fifth and final chapter entitled came (Kurdish movements in Syria and international positions of them) and includes Abraham Hnano1919-1921 revolution, and Baandor uprising of 1923, and the island’s 1937 uprising, and the movement of devotees in Mount Alokrad1930-1939.