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The Caucasus Under Soviet Rule,9780415410120
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Table of Contents

1. The North Caucasus: Between gazavat and Modern Revolution 1905-17 2. 1917-1918 in the Caucasus from World War to Civil War 3. 1919-1920: The British and Denikin's Caucasus 4. 1921-1928. Pacification, Assimilation, Decossackization, Categorization: Creating the Soviet Caucasus 5. Forgiving the Proletariat: Women, Collectivization and Repression, 1928-1935 6. Dreams of Unity, Myths of Power: The Caucasus Diaspora 7. Dealing with 'Bandits': Cleansing and Ethnic Repression in the Soviet Caucasus, 1935-44 8. Back to the Future: The Return of the Chechens and the Curse of History

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