Constantinople 1918

Edited by Ali Serim

Published by Denizler Kitabevi, 2015

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This book publishes a collection of photographs taken in Constantinople in 1918, during the occupation by Allied Forces, one of the poorest and hardest times for the city. The photographer is an unknown French military officer who took photographs of buildings, neighborhoods, and people. The albums captured interesting scenes from social life and documented the need for restoration in Istanbul’s old city.

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