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Document Type:BL
Record Number:103779
Doc. No:b61324
Main Entry:Wood, Alan,1943-
Title & Author:Russia's frozen frontier :a history of Siberia and the Russian Far East 1581-1991 /Alan Wood.
Publication Statement:London ;New York :Bloomsbury Academic,2011.
Page. NO:xii, 272 p. :ill., maps ;24 cm.
ISBN:9780340971246 (hardback)
034097124X (hardback)
9781849660259 (ebook)
Bibliographies/Indexes:Includes bibliographical references (p. [250]-267) and index.
Contents:The environment : ice-box and El Dorado -- The Russian conquest : invasion and assimilation -- The eighteenth century : exploration and exploitation -- The nineteenth century : Russian America, reform and regionalism -- The native peoples : vanquished and victims -- 'Fetters in the snow' : the Siberian exile system -- The last tsar of Siberia : railroad, revolution and mass migration -- Red Siberia : revolution and civil war -- Siberia under Stalin : growth, GULag and the Great Patriotic War -- Siberia since Stalin, 1953-91 : boom, BAM, and beyond.
Abstract:Told from a Siberian point of view, this book seeks to dispel something of the miasma of ignorance and misconception surrounding this vast expanse the planet's land-surface, its fascinating history, its natural environment and - most importantly - the peoples who live, or have lived and died, there.
Subject:Siberia (Russia), History.
Dewey Classification:‭957‬
LC Classification:‭DK761‬‭.W66 2011‬
NLM classification:‭7,41‬ssgn