Russian-Ottoman Relations in the Levant: The Dashkov Archive
University of Minnesota, 2002 - 184 pages
"Russian-Ottoman relations in the Levant :the Dashkov archive draws on the virtually unknown Dashkov collection in the Russian State Historical Archive, St. Petersburg, to examine key aspects of Imperial Russia's complex relationship with the Ottoman Empire in the first half of the nineteenth century."--Back cover.
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