1st Edition

Anglo-Russian Rivalry in Central Asia 1810-1895

By Gerald Morgan Copyright 1981
    288 Pages
    by Routledge

    284 Pages
    by Routledge

    Published in 1981, Anglo-Russian Rivalry in Central Asia 1810-1895 is a valuable contribution to the field of Middle Eastern Studies.

    Chapter 1 Origins of Russian Expansion in Asia; Chapter 2 The Indian Background; Chapter 3 Britain’s First Moves; Chapter 4 Russia in Central Asia Up Till 1842; Chapter 5 Early British and Russian Reconnaissances and Missions; Chapter 6 Interlude; Chapter 7 Russian Missions to Kashgar, Bukhara and Peking; Chapter 8 Lawrence’s Non -interventionist versus Rawlinson’s Forward Policy; Chapter 9 Russia’s Subjugation of the Khanates; Chapter 10 Espionage; Chapter 11 Kashgar and Ili; Chapter 12 Forward Again; Chapter 13 The Buffer State Solution – Afghanistan; Chapter 14 The Last Crisis and the Final Settlement of 1895; Chapter 15 Epilogue, Geoffrey Wheeler;


    Gerald Morgan