The Siberian Saga: A History of Russias Wild East Eva-Maria Stolberg

ISBN: 9783631532850

Published: January 18th 2005

Paperback

252 pages


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The Siberian Saga: A History of Russias Wild East  by  Eva-Maria Stolberg

The Siberian Saga: A History of Russias Wild East by Eva-Maria Stolberg
January 18th 2005 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, ZIP | 252 pages | ISBN: 9783631532850 | 7.70 Mb

The immense size and natural resources of Siberia, and its crucial geopolitical position in Eurasian history, assure it a prominent place in the interests and concerns of Russia and the other powers of Northeast Asia and the Pacific Rim. The centralMoreThe immense size and natural resources of Siberia, and its crucial geopolitical position in Eurasian history, assure it a prominent place in the interests and concerns of Russia and the other powers of Northeast Asia and the Pacific Rim.

The central issue of Siberian history is: What were the essential social, political and cultural factors which contributed to the emergence of Siberia as a -crossroads of civilizations- between Europe and Asia? The book examines the expansion of the Siberian frontier since the sixteenth century by highlighting the role of individuals and state institutions in the colonizing process that made Siberia similar to legendary Americas Wild West.



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