Very relevant to our times! With 27 images and 3 maps
Julius Germanus - Allah Abdulkerim Akbar. Im Banne des Islams - Leipzig, Oscar Brandstetter, 1936 - 718 pp hardcover with dust jacket - 21.5 × 15 cm
Bound in the original cloth hardcover with dust jacket. This has a couple of folds at the bottom of the back cover and a small restoration. still in good condition. Book also in neat condition.
Gyula Germanus (6 November 1884 in Budapest – 7 November 1979 in Budapest), alias Julius Abdulkerim Germanus, was a professor of oriental studies, a Hungarian writer and Islamologist, member of the Hungarian Parliament and member of multiple Arabic academies of science, who made significant contributions to the study of the Arabic language, history of language and cultural history. He was a follower of the famous orientalist, Sir Ármin Vámbéry and became a scholar of world repute.
Germanus was a language professor at the Hungarian Royal Eastern Academy from 1912, and a teacher of Turkish and Arabic from 1915. During World War I he made several secret missions to Turkey. In 1915 he was there as member of the Turkish Red Crescent and also joined the battle at the Dardanelles.
- Número de libros
- Autor/ Ilustrador
- Julius Germanus
- Título del libro
- Allah Akbar. Im banne des Islams
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- Primera edición
- Lengua original
- Leipzig, Oscar Brandstetter
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- 21.5×15 cm