Table of contents for A history of inner Asia / Svat Soucek.


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Introduction
1. The beginnings
2. The Kok Turks, Chinese expansion and the Arab conquest
3. The Samanids
4. The Uighur kingdom of Qocho
5. The Qarakhanids
6. Seljukids and Ghaznavids
7. The conquering Mongols
8. The Chaghatayids
9. Timur and the Timurids
10. The last Timurids and the first Uzbeks
11. The Shaybanids
12. The rise of Russia, the fall of the Golden Horde, and the resilient Chaghatayids
13. The Buddhist Mongols
14. Bukhara, Khiva, and Khoqand in the seventeenth - nineteenth centuries
15. The Russian conquest and rule of Central Asia
16. From the  Governates-General to Union Republics
17. Soviet Central Asia
18. Central Asia becomes independent
19. Sinkiang as part of China
20. Independent Central Asian Republics
21. The Republic of Mongolia.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Asia, Central History, Xinjiang Uygur Zizhiqu (China) History, Mongolia History