Russian Projects Against India from the Czar Peter to General Skobeleff by Henry Sutherland Edwards

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  • India,Russia,policy,foreign policy,international policy,internal policy,Peter the Great,General Skobeleff,
  • History / Asia,
  • History / Far East

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Number of Pages307
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ISBN 10140218459X
ISBN 109781402184598

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Excerpt from Russian Projects Against India: From the Czar Peter to General Skobeleff As soon as the Settlement of Vienna in and left Russia free to divert her attention once more from European affairs and to direct it towards Central Asia, expeditions were at once equipped for service in the Steppes.

Diplomatic missions, by: Russian Projects against India from the Czar Peter to General Skobeleff is a history of Russian interest in and expansion into Central Asia from the time of Peter the Great (–) to the late 19th century. Echoing what was a widely held view in Great Britain at the time, Sutherland writes in the preface: “Russian expeditions in Central Asia (supported at critical moments by intriguers in Persia.

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