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Epilogue: After the Conquest

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  19 November 2020

Alexander Morrison
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New College, Oxford
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This epilogue examines the ways in which the conquest established the contours of the Russian colonial regime, and some of the – often incomplete – transformations this would bring over the decades before 1914. It brings together certain themes which have run throughout the book – sovereignty, Great Power prestige, violence, camels – and summarises how these manifested themselves during different episodes of the conquest. It also compares the conquest with other periods of military violence in Central Asia – the Revolution and Civil War, and the Soviet war in Afghanistan.

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The Russian Conquest of Central Asia
A Study in Imperial Expansion, 1814–1914
, pp. 531 - 539
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Print publication year: 2020

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