The Istanbul Art World of the Armistice Period (1918-1923)

Tongo Overfield Shaw, Gizem
Third European Convention in Turkic, Ottoman and Turkish Studies (Turkologentag)


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G. Tongo Overfield Shaw, “The Istanbul Art World of the Armistice Period (1918-1923),” presented at the Third European Convention in Turkic, Ottoman and Turkish Studies (Turkologentag), Munich, Almanya, 2018, Accessed: 00, 2022. [Online]. Available: