Empires of the Sea: The Final Battle for the Mediterranean, 1521-1580 (Paperback)
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Empires of the Sea: The Final Battle for the Mediterranean, 1521-1580 (Paperback)

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Paperback 368 Pages
Published: 04/07/2013
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Empires of the Sea shows the Mediterranean as a majestic and bloody theatre of war. Opening with the Ottoman victory in 1453 it is a breathtaking story of military crusading, Barbary pirates, white slavery and the Ottoman Empire - and the larger picture of the struggle between Islam and Christianity. Coupled with dramatic set piece battles, a wealth of riveting first-hand accounts, epic momentum and a terrific denouement at Lepanto, this is a work of history at its broadest and most compelling.

Publisher: Faber & Faber
ISBN: 9780571298198
Number of pages: 368
Weight: 286 g
Dimensions: 197 x 128 x 22 mm
Edition: Main

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“Empires of the Sea”

Another cliff-hanger from Crowley as he tears aside the veil of a 'clash of civilisations' to show the people beneath, some of whom, yes, fought for Christianity or Islam, some of whom like Hayrettin... More

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“Empires of the Sea”

Another cliff-hanger from Crowley as he tears aside the veil of a 'clash of civilisations' to show the people beneath, some of whom, yes, fought for Christianity or Islam, some of whom like Hayrettin... More

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