Cambridge: At the University Press: First edition, 1953. Hardcover. Condition: Near Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. large 8vo., xxii, 614pp., with frontispiece and 7 other plates, 8 folding maps, 17 full-page maps, and 14 sketch maps to the text, original blue cloth gilt. A practically near fine clean copy in the uncommon original dust wrapper.
The work of the extraordinary scion of a theatrical family and a brilliant Russian emigré, this work was described on publication as "the most complete and authoritative study of this subject available in the English language"
This is a history of the four Russo-Turkish Wars fought in the Caucasus during the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. It is based largely on Turkish and Russian sources - staff histories, military journals, and memoirs - and on English, German, and French studies of particular campaigns
- Jacket Condition: Near fine
- Binding Condition: Near fine
- Overall Condition: Near fine
- Size: Octavo
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