Mudros to Lausanne: Britain’s Frontier in West Asia, 1918-1923.

Busch, Briton Cooper.

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Book ID: 21932

ISBN:      0873952650

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8vo. 430 pp., 7 maps, cloth, previous owner’s name inscribed verso front & lower cover, biblio, index, light foxing to top outer edges, otherwise copy clean inside and in very good condition, State University of New York Press, Albany, 1976.

Synopsis

This is the third volume in a trilogy that the author has written on British Middle -Eastern policies. In this volume, he links post war Turkey, the Caucasus and the Caspian regions, Persia, Afghanistan and India in order to show how events in one area affected British policies in another. While he notes London’s exaggerated fears about the area falling in chaos and the Bolshevik intrigue in turn leading to the collapse of the British rule in India, he takes the War Office to task a few times for doing too little too late. [The American Historical Review, Volume 82, Issue 3, 1 June 1977, Pages 641–642].

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