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Record #154426:

Imperial visions: nationalist imagination and geographic expansion in the Russian Far East, 1840-1865 / Mark Bassin.

Title: Imperial visions: nationalist imagination and geographic expansion in the Russian Far East, 1840-1865 / Mark Bassin.
Author(s): Bassin, Mark.
Date: 2000.
Publisher: Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
Abstract: Describes annexation of Amur and Ussuri regions during mid 19th century and examines its significance in grand vision of Russia concerning Far East territories of its empire. Argues that motivation was not only empire building but also social reform, search for national identity, Russia's relationship with West, and belief in mission of universal salvation.
Keywords: 32 -- Politics.
325 -- Colonisation.
325.3 -- Native policy.
327 -- International relations.
93 -- History.
93"18" -- Nineteenth century.
V -- History.
(*501) -- Russia (Federation).
(*531.2) -- Russian Far East.
(*531.22) -- Amurskaya Oblast'.
Location(s): SCO: SPRI-SHF: (*531.2) : 93[2000]
ISBN: 0521391741
SPRI record no.: 154426

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