CHRIS KUTSCHERA 40 YEARS of JOURNALISM (Texts and Photos)

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Vue aérienne d'une plate-forme pétrolière

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Endants apprenant le Coran

Turkish koranic school, Berlin

 

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THE KURDISH NATIONAL MOVEMENTCOVER knm

Published in 2012

Living across the borders of Turkey, Iraq, Iran and Syria, numbering about 30 million, the Kurds are the largest people in the Middle East without a State. The strategic location of Kurdistan in the heart of oil-rich Middle East partly explains this failure. The author, who had access to the British and the French diplomatic archives and who has interviewed the main actors of the Kurdish drama, explores at length the internal reasons of the lack of success of the Kurds who have been fighting since the time of Amir Bedir Khan in the early 1800s until the collapse of general Barzani's resistance in 1975, reconstituting an unknown history all the more topical as the Kurds of Iraq are on the verge of proclaiming their independence.

1st Edition, Editions Flammarion, in French, Paris 1979

2nd revised edition, in English, eBook, Paris 2012

http://www.amazon.co.uk/The-Kurdish-National-Movement-ebook/dp/B00914EUFM/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1353947864&sr=8-1

 

 

 

 

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Overview of the Tigris valley avec les ruines du vieux pont

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Commando, Turkey

 

 

 

 

 
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