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Luigi Villari

FIRE AND SWORD IN THE CAUCASUS


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Cover of the book Fire and Sword in the Caucasus

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FIRE AND SWORD
IN THE CAUCASUS

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Tumbul, near Nakhitchevan. Armenian House Plundered by Tartars.

[caption] Tumbul, near Nakhitchevan. Armenian House Plundered by Tartars.
Photo by Grigoriants, of Tiflis.

Frontispiece.

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FIRE AND SWORD
IN THE CAUCASUS
BY
LUIGI VILLARI
AUTHOR OF “RUSSIA UNDER THE GREAT SHADOW”
“GIOVANNI SEGANTINI,” ETC

ILLUSTRATED

LONDON: T. FISHER UNWIN
ADELPHI TERRACE • MCMVI

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Table of contents
Cover and pp. 1-4 | Prefatory note | Table of contents (as in the book) | List of illustrations
“Chronological table of recent events in the Caucasus”
1. The Caucasus, its peoples, and its history | 2. Eastward ho! | 3. Batum
4. Kutais and the Georgian movement | 5. The Gurian “republic” | 6. Tiflis
7. Persons and politics in the Caucasian capital
8. Armenians, Tartars, and the Russian government
9. Baku and the Armeno-Tartar feud | 10. Bloodshed and fire in the oil city
11. The land of Ararat | 12. The heart of Armenia | 13. Russia's new route to Persia
14. Nakhitchevan and the May massacres | 15. Alexandropol and Ani
16. Over the frosty Caucasus | 17. Recent events in the Caucasus | Index

 

Acknowledgements:

Source: Villari, Luigi. Fire and Sword in the Caucasus by Luigi Villari author of “Russia under the Great Shadow”, “Giovanni Segantini,” etc. London, T. F. Unwin, 1906
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