Table of contents for The former Soviet Union's diverse peoples : a reference sourcebook / James Minahan.


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Contents
Series Editor's Foreword
Preface
List of Maps
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1 Prehistory to A.D. 1500
Physical Setting
Ethnic Diversity
Tribes and Migrations
The Caucasus Region
Other Caucasian Nations
The Finnic, Volga, and Baltic Nations
Central Asia (Turkestan)
The Tatar Conquest
The Russian Lands in 1300
Timeline
Significant People, Places, and Events
Documents
Bibliography
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2 From the Rise of Muscovy to the Establishment of the Russian Empire
The Russian Heartland
The Rise of Muscovy
Ukraine
Rivalries with Poland-Lithuania, Sweden, and Denmark
The Baltic Region
Siberia
The Siberian Peoples
The Caucasus
Central Asia (Turkestan)
Russia's Time of Troubles
The Romanovs
Timeline
Significant People, Places, and Events
Documents
Bibliography
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3 National Consolidation and the Growth of National Sentiment
The Crimean War
Ukrainians
Belarussians
The Finnic Peoples of Northwestern Russia
The Baltic Peoples
The Caucasus
The Crimean Tatars
The Peoples of the Volga Basin
The Volga Finnic Peoples
The Permian Peoples
Moldovans
Nonterritorial Ethnic Groups
The Central Asians
Siberia and the Far East
The Russian Empire in 1900
Timeline
Significant People, Places, and Events
Documents
Bibliography
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4 Upheavals and Revolution, 1900-1921
The Prelude to Revolution
The 1905 Russian Revolution
World War I
The Caucasus
The Crimean Tatars
The Baltic Peoples
The Volga Peoples
Siberia and the Siberians
Jews
Germans
Central Asians
Ukrainians and Belarussians
Finns and Karels
Moldovans
Cossacks
Soviet Consolidation
Timeline
Significant People, Places, and Events
Documents
Bibliography
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5 Consolidation of Soviet Power, 1920-1938
Soviet Consolidation
Ukrainians
Belarussians
The Caucasus
The Crimean Tatars
The Baltic Peoples
The Volga Nations
Germans
Moldovans
Siberia and the Far East
The Stalin Era
Timeline
Significant People, Places, and Events
Documents
Bibliography
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6 World War II and the Beginning of the Cold War, 1939-1970
Ukrainians
Carpatho-Rusyns
Belarussians
The Baltic Nations
The Winter War, the Finno-Soviet Conflict
Moldovans
Armenians
Georgians
Azeris
Germans
Koreans
Cossacks
Demographic Changes
Stalin's Post-War Empire
The Khrushchev Era
The Deported Nations Rehabilitated
Central Asia
Jews
Rom (Gypsies)
The Siberian Nations
The Cold War
Timeline
Significant People, Places, and Events
Documents
Bibliography
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7 Cold War Stagnation and the Rebirth of Nationalism, 1971-1991
Ukrainians
Belarussians
The Baltic Nations
Jews
Germans
Moldovans
The Volga Region
The Caucasus Nations
The Central Asians
Russians
Timeline
Significant People, Places, and Events
Documents
Bibliography
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8 Disintegration of the Soviet Empire and the Emergence of Fifteen Independent States
Estonia
Latvia
Lithuania
Armenia
Azerbaijan
Georgia
Ukraine
Belarus
Moldova
The Central Asians
Kazakhstan
Kyrgyzstan
Tajikistan
Turkmenistan
Uzbekistan
The Twenty-First Century
Timeline
Significant People, Places, and Events
Documents
Bibliography
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9 The Spread of Nationalist Sentiment beyond the Union Republics
The Smaller Ethnic Groups in the Russian Federation and the other former Soviet Republics
The Northwest
The Caucasian Nations
Ajars
Ossetians
Chechens and Ingush
Dagestanis
Kurds
Magyars
Talysh
Circassians
Karachais and Balkars
Kalmyks
Crimean Tatars
Meskhetians
Tatars
Bashkorts
Chavash
Maris
Mordvins
Udmurts
Komis
Permyaks
Nenets and the Small Northern Peoples
Carpatho-Rusyns
Gagauz
Jews
Roms
Germans
Greeks
Bulgarians
Altai
Khakass
Buryats
Tuvans
Karakalpaks
Uighurs
Koreans
Sakhas
Khants and Mansis
Timeline
Significant People, Places, and Events
Documents
Bibliography
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10 The Russians and the Loss of Empire 1986-2003
The Russian Diaspora
Russians in Ukraine and Belarus
Russians in Moldova
Russians in the Baltic States
Russians in Central Asia
Russians in the Caucasus
Cossacks
The Twenty-First Century
Which Russian Nationalism?
Timeline
Documents
Bibliography
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Index
About the Author




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Former Soviet republics Ethnic relations Political aspects History, Ethnology Former Soviet republics, Nationalism Former Soviet republics History, Ethnic conflict Former Soviet republics History, Former Soviet republics Race relations History