It would not be until a string of defeats in the face of European colonial empires in the later period of Ottoman history that they would begin to use the title regularly. This emergence of pan-Islamism was due to many factors. Territorial losses inflicted upon the Ottomans reduced the number of Ottoman Christian populations as various peoples in Ottoman Europe gained independence from the Turks: Greece in , Romania and Serbia in , and Bulgaria in Before the Balkan Wars of independence —13 , Christians made up over a third of the population of the Ottoman Empire.
The increasingly Muslim character of the Ottoman population contributed to the racialisation of Muslims by European orientalists, social Darwinists, race scientists and eugenicists. Many Muslim thinkers accepted this racialisation yet rejected the claims of their inferiority. All of the developments mentioned above led to the emergence of a pan-Islamic consciousness on the part of the Ottoman ruling elite, who sought to adopt pan-Islamist positions in order to reverse the deteriorating state of their empire.
Their objective was to use Islam to regain recognition from the global imperial powers of the day — a definitively non-spiritual goal. Technological development, such as the spread of train lines, newspapers, telegraphic communication and the steamship, enabled Muslims to communicate with each other across the globe.
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Shortly before the First World War, the Ottoman government began more actively using pan-Islamic discourse to urge Muslims outside the Ottoman Empire to be loyal not to their local often colonial rulers, but to the Ottoman Empire. Yet the endeavour was a damp squib. About 5. Travelers' Choice Winner. GreenLeaders Gold level. If you are seeking to relax in luxurious surroundings for a few days, then look no further.
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Greenmantle Estate is the only luxury lodge on the west coast of the lower North Island. Greenmantle is an ideal location for those wishing to take time out whatever the season. Enjoy the heated pool, the hot-tub or perhaps a few days of indulgence which includes pampering beauty and massage treatments. Make yourself at home beside the pool during the summer months or beside the open fire in winter. Work out in the gym or perhaps relax in the hot-tub situated in unspoiled nikau surroundings. Stroll in the gardens or explore the stunning virgin forest.
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Ralph and Latizia were so welcoming and professional, hospitality was delivered with a warmth we really appreciated as we were both ill and they went out of their way to look after us, home made lemon and ginger drinks, tissues and even booked a doctors appointment for us. This care was coupled with the most beautiful and comfortable room, home and stunning grounds.
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Sandy visits, agrees to deal with the captive Turk and provides news of his own - the clue Cancer means the prophet Greenmantle has the disease and is on his deathbed. Blenkiron joins them, and tells them that fighting has hotted up between the Russians and the Turks, and they deduce that they will be taken towards Erzerum to help with its defence.
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On the long road to Erzerum, they crash their car, and spend the night in a barn, where Hannay has a vivid dream of a hill with a saucepan-like indent in the top. They carry on on worn-out horses, but seeing a new car by the roadside, they steal it, only to find it belongs to Rasta Bey. They make good speed onward, but on arrival in Erzerum, they are delivered straight to Stumm, who recognises Hannay and has them locked up.
They are rescued by one of Sandy's men, steal some plans from Stumm, and escape across the rooftops. With the battle of Erzurum booming in the background, they realise the importance of the stolen plans, and Peter Pienaar volunteers to sneak through the battle lines and deliver them to the Russians. Sandy appears, magnificently dressed, and reveals that Greenmantle is dead and that he himself has been chosen to impersonate him.
They form a plan to flee around the side of the battle lines, and while Sandy's helper searches for horses, Pienaar sets off on his dangerous mission. Pienaar has an eventful and terrifying journey across the battlefield, while Hannay and Blenkiron hide out in a cellar. On the third day, they break cover, and make for safety in a wild horse ride, closely pursued by their enemies.
On the verge of capture, they find the hill of Hannay's dream, and entrench there, holding the enemy at bay. Hilda von Einem arrives, and appeals to them to give up, but they refuse; she is shocked to learn Sandy is a British officer, and as she leaves, she is slain by a stray Russian shell. Stumm arrives with artillery, and their position looks sure to be destroyed and overrun, but Stumm waits till dawn to savour his revenge. Just in time, the Russians, helped by the plans delivered by Pienaar, break through the defences and sweep towards the town.
Stumm's men flee, Stumm is killed, and Hannay and Sandy meet up with Pienaar to ride into the city and victory.
The book was very popular when published, and was read and enjoyed by Robert Baden-Powell and by the Russian imperial family as they awaited the outcome of the Revolution in The book has been adapted for broadcast on BBC Radio 4. The character Sandy Arbuthnot , Hannay's resourceful polyglot friend, was based on Buchan's friend, Aubrey Herbert , though some propose that he is based on Lawrence of Arabia. The potential of the tale to arouse controversy was again illustrated following the terrorist bombings in London on July 7, , by the BBC 's decision to cancel its broadcast of Greenmantle as its Classic Serial on Radio 4 that week.
According to Patrick McGilligan's biography, Alfred Hitchcock , who directed the film adaptation of The 39 Steps , preferred Greenmantle and considered filming it on more than one occasion. However no such project ever materialised in Hitchcock's lifetime and Greenmantle itself has yet to be filmed.