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The Russian-Chechen Conflict 1800-2000

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The Russian-Chechen Conflict 1800-2000 by Robert Seely
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In 1994, the mountain territory of Chechnya was the target of the largest military campaign staged on Russian soil since World War II. In 1996, the Kremlin eventually ordered its 40,000 strong troops to withdraw from what had been a savage conflict with the Chechen guerillas. This book charts the bitter history between Russia and the Chechens and explains why the war took place. Points are raised about the nature of Soviet politics and army and the successes and failures of the transition from Soviet to post-Soviet political values.
Release date NZ
March 30th, 2001
Author
Pages
352
Illustrations
illustrations, bibliography, index
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Imprint
Frank Cass Publishers
Dimensions
156x234x33
ISBN-13
9780714649924
Product ID
1684900

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