Russian and Soviet policy in Manchuria and Outer Mongolia, 1911-1931. Introd. by Philip E. Mosely.


Durham, N.C., Duke University Press, 1959.

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Subjects Aussenpolitik.
China -- Manchuria.
China.
Diplomatic relations.
Manchuria (China) -- Foreign relations -- Soviet Union.
Manchuria -- Relaciones exteriores -- Rusia.
Mongolia -- Foreign relations -- Soviet Union.
Mongolia.
Rusia -- Relaciones exteriores -- Manchuria.
Rusia -- Relaciones exteriores -- Mongolia.
Soviet Union -- Foreign relations -- China -- Manchuria.
Soviet Union -- Foreign relations -- Mongolia.
Soviet Union.
Sowjetunion.
Description xx, 494 pages folded maps, tables 24 cm
Copyright Date 1959.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 456-472. Bibliographical footnotes).
Contents The Chinese Eastern Railway: instrumentality of Russian and Soviet policy in Manchuria. Historical background -- The Chinese Eastern Railway under sole Russian management up to 1917 -- The Chinese Eastern Railway in transition, 1917-24 -- The Chinese Eastern Railway under joint Sino-Soviet managment, 1924-29 -- Consequences of Soviet railway policy -- Soviet attitude tward the settlement of the Chinese Eastern Railway dispute -- Outer Mongolia: center of Russian and Soviet strategy in the far east. Mongolia's relations with China and Russia in historical perspective -- The Russian role in Outer Montolian independence of 1911 -- Russo-Mongolian direct negotiations of 1912-13 -- Russian mediation regarding Outer Mongolia up to 1917 -- Russian supremacy over Outer Mongolia up to 1917 -- The Russian revolution and outer Mongolian orientation -- Outer Mongolia under Soviet control after 1921 -- Tsarist and Soviet policy in Tanu Tuva -- Conclusion.
Geographic Area Mongolia
Soviet Union
China
Network Numbers (OCoLC)255475
(OCoLC)ocm00255475
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WorldCat Identities Tang, Peter S. H., 1919-
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