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History of Asia


The history of Asia can be seen as the collective history of several distinct peripheral coastal regions such as, East Asia, South Asia, and the Middle East linked by the interior mass of the Eurasian steppe.

 
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United Nations Kirim Tatar Milli Meclisi Mejlis of the Crimean Tat...

By: . Mustafa Jemilev

Government Reference and International Publications of the Center For World Indigenous Studies :

Excerpt: Crimean Tatars. The Indigenous People of Crimea have been formed on the territory of the peninsula during a thousand years as the result of interrelation and mixing of aboriginals and different tribes, settled in the Crimea. The State system of Crimean Tatar people - the Crimean Khanate - was abolished in 1783 as a result of annexation of the Crimea by the Russian empire. Since that time the Indigenous People have become the object of innumerable repressions, po...

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Statesman's Handbook for Russia

By: Russia. Komitet Ministrov. Kantseliariia
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Lebanon, A Country Study

By: Louis R. Mortimer

Foreward: This volume is one in a continuing series of books prepared by the Federal Research Division of the Library of Congress under the Country Studies/Area Handbook Program sponsored by the Department of the Army. The last two pages of this book list the other published studies. Most books in the series deal with a particular foreign country, describing and analyzing its political, economic, social, and national security systems and institutions, and examining the i...

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Some Account of the Public Life, And a Selection from the Unpublis...

By: Barrow, John, Sir, 1764-1848; Macartney, George Macartney, Earl, 1737-1806
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Some Account of the Public Life, And a Selection from the Unpublis...

By: Barrow, John, Sir, 1764-1848; Macartney, George Macartney, Earl, 1737-1806
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Some Account of the Public Life, And a Selection from the Unpublis...

By: Barrow, John, Sir, 1764-1848; Macartney, George Macartney, Earl, 1737-1806
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Archéologie Celtique et Gauloise; Mémoires et Documents Relatifs A...

By: Bertrand, Alexandre Louis Joseph, 1820-1902

v. 1. The United States, by W.G. Sumner.--v. 2. Great Britain, by H.D. Macleod; The Russian empire, by A.E. Horn; Savings banks in the United States, by J.P. Townsend.--v. 3. The Latin nations, by P. Des Essars: The banks of Alsace-Lorraine after the annexation, by A. Raffalovich; Canada, by B.E. Walker.--v. 4. Germany and Austria-Hungary, by M. Wirth; The Netherlands, by R. van der Borght; The Scandinavian nations, by A. Jensen; Japan, by J. Soyeda; China, by T.R. Jernigan

Banks and banking ; Banks and banking

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The Canadian Monthly and National Review. July- December 1877 : Vo...

v. 1. The United States, by W.G. Sumner.--v. 2. Great Britain, by H.D. Macleod; The Russian empire, by A.E. Horn; Savings banks in the United States, by J.P. Townsend.--v. 3. The Latin nations, by P. Des Essars: The banks of Alsace-Lorraine after the annexation, by A. Raffalovich; Canada, by B.E. Walker.--v. 4. Germany and Austria-Hungary, by M. Wirth; The Netherlands, by R. van der Borght; The Scandinavian nations, by A. Jensen; Japan, by J. Soyeda; China, by T.R. Jernigan

Banks and banking ; Banks and banking

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Catalogue of the Free Public Library, Sydney, For the Years 1869-8...

By: Free Public Library of Sydney

v. 1. The United States, by W.G. Sumner.--v. 2. Great Britain, by H.D. Macleod; The Russian empire, by A.E. Horn; Savings banks in the United States, by J.P. Townsend.--v. 3. The Latin nations, by P. Des Essars: The banks of Alsace-Lorraine after the annexation, by A. Raffalovich; Canada, by B.E. Walker.--v. 4. Germany and Austria-Hungary, by M. Wirth; The Netherlands, by R. van der Borght; The Scandinavian nations, by A. Jensen; Japan, by J. Soyeda; China, by T.R. Jernigan

Banks and banking ; Banks and banking

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Russia, Political and Social

By: Tikhomirov, Lev Aleksandrovich, 1852-1923

I. The Russian empire and Russia. Russian Russia: Germans and Jews. The social classes in Russia: the people; the clergy, nobility, bourgeoisie. Economic and industrial Russia.--II. The intellectual movement. Political Russia. Apendices: A. Statistics of the national revenue. B. The term nihilists. C. Subjects forbidden by the censorship. D. Partition of the land. E. Works and publications quoted

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Russia, Political and Social

By: Tikhomirov, Lev Aleksandrovich, 1852-1923

I. The Russian empire and Russia. Russian Russia: Germans and Jews. The social classes in Russia: the people; the clergy, nobility, bourgeoisie. Economic and industrial Russia.--II. The intellectual movement. Political Russia. Apendices: A. Statistics of the national revenue. B. The term nihilists. C. Subjects forbidden by the censorship. D. Partition of the land. E. Works and publications quoted

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The Fourfifteen Express

By: Amelia B. Edwards

Excerpt: THE events which I am about to relate took place between nine and ten years ago. Sebastopol had fallen in the early spring, the peace of Paris had been concluded since March, our commercial relations with the Russian empire were but recently renewed; and I, returning home after my first northward journey since the war, was well pleased with the prospect of spending the month of December under the hospitable and thoroughly English roof of my excellent friend, Jon...

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The Fourfifteen Express

By: Amelia B. Edwards

Excerpt: THE events which I am about to relate took place between nine and ten years ago. Sebastopol had fallen in the early spring, the peace of Paris had been concluded since March, our commercial relations with the Russian empire were but recently renewed; and I, returning home after my first northward journey since the war, was well pleased with the prospect of spending the month of December under the hospitable and thoroughly English roof of my excellent friend, Jon...

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The Joint Force Commander and Global Mobility

By: Walter Kross

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: Napoleon’s campaign in Russia, the British army’s failure to secure oil fields and pipelines in Mesopotamia in 1915, Field Marshall Rommel’s defeat in North Africa in 1942, the demise of German forces at Stalingrad in 1943, the American failure in Korea in 1950, and the capitulation of the French at Dien Bien Phu in 1954 have something in common. Each was a failure resulting in part from an inability to deploy forces and keep them in the fight. On the other hand...

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The Cave of the Echoes

By: Helena P. Blavatsky

In one of the distant governments of the Russian empire, in a small town on the borders of Siberia, a mysterious tragedy occurred more than thirty years ago. About six versts from the little town of P—, famous for the wild beauty of its scenery, and for the wealth of its inhabitants— generally proprietors of mines and of iron foundries—stood an aristocratic mansion. Its household consisted of the master, a rich old bachelor and his brother, who was a widower and the fath...

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The Four-Fifteen Express

By: Amelia B. Edwards

The events which I am about to relate took place between nine and ten years ago. Sebastopol had fallen in the early spring, the peace of Paris had been concluded since March, our commercial relations with the Russian empire were but recently renewed; and I, returning home after my first northward journey since the war, was well pleased with the prospect of spending the month of December under the hospitable and thoroughly English roof of my excellent friend, Jonathan Jel...

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Azerbaijan, A Country Study

By: Louis R. Mortimer

Foreword: This volume is one in a continuing series of books prepared by the Federal Research Division of the Library of Congress under the Country Studies/Area Handbook Program sponsored by the Department of the Army. The last two pages of this book list the other published studies. Most books in the series deal with a particular foreign country, describing and analyzing its political, economic, social, and national security systems and institutions, and examining the i...

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The Ancient East

By: D. G. Hogarth

Introductory: The title of this book needs a word of explanation, since each of its terms can legitimately be used to denote more than one conception both of time and place. ?The East? is understood widely and vaguely nowadays to include all the continent and islands of Asia, some part of Africa?the northern part where society and conditions of life are most like the Asiatic?and some regions also of South-Eastern and Eastern Europe. Therefore it may appear arbitrary to r...

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The Cambridge Ancient History : Plates Ii

By: Bury, J. B. (John Bagnell), 1861-1927; Cook, Stanley Arthur, 1873-1949; Adcock, F. E. (Frank E.), 1886-1968; Baynes, Norman Hepburn, 1877-1961; Seltman, Charles Theodore, 1886-1957; Charlesworth, M. P. (Martin Percival), 1895-1950

I. Egypt and Babylonia to 1580 B. C. --II. The Egyptian and Hittite Empires to c. 1000 B. C. --III. The Assyrian Empire. --IV. The Persian Empire and the West. --V. Athens, 478-401 2. 3. --VI. Macedon, 401-301 B. C. --VII. The Hellenistic monarchies and the rise of Rome. --VIII. Rome and the Mediterranean, 218-133 B. C. --IX. The Roman Republic, 133-44 B. C. --X. The Augustan Empire, 44 B. C. -A. D. 70. --XI. The imperial peace, A. D. 70-192. --XII. The imperial crisis a...

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The Cambridge Ancient History : Volume 3

By: Bury, J. B. (John Bagnell), 1861-1927; Cook, Stanley Arthur, 1873-1949; Adcock, F. E. (Frank E.), 1886-1968; Baynes, Norman Hepburn, 1877-1961; Seltman, Charles Theodore, 1886-1957; Charlesworth, M. P. (Martin Percival), 1895-1950

I. Egypt and Babylonia to 1580 B. C. --II. The Egyptian and Hittite Empires to c. 1000 B. C. --III. The Assyrian Empire. --IV. The Persian Empire and the West. --V. Athens, 478-401 2. 3. --VI. Macedon, 401-301 B. C. --VII. The Hellenistic monarchies and the rise of Rome. --VIII. Rome and the Mediterranean, 218-133 B. C. --IX. The Roman Republic, 133-44 B. C. --X. The Augustan Empire, 44 B. C. -A. D. 70. --XI. The imperial peace, A. D. 70-192. --XII. The imperial crisis a...

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