Historical Atlas
Asia
First posted on October 16th 2004, last revised on January 30th 2005






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WESTERN CENTRAL ASIA IN 1870

Printed Maps : 2nd Half of the 19th C. : Russian Conquest of Western Turkestan, HACA p.65
WESTERN CENTRAL ASIA IN 1900

Internal Online Map : Russian Central Asia 1900

Printed Maps : End of 19th/Early 20th C. : Western Turkestan under Russian Rule, HACA p.91
WESTERN CENTRAL ASIA IN 1913

WESTERN CENTRAL ASIA IN 1925

Printed Maps : Revolution and Civil War in Western Turkestan, 1917-1922, HACA p.93
Printed Maps : The "National Delimitation" of Central Asia and the Creation of the Soviet Republics, HACA p.95
WESTERN CENTRAL ASIA IN 1946

WESTERN CENTRAL ASIA IN 1960

WESTERN CENTRAL ASIA IN 1985

MODERN WESTERN CENTRAL ASIA

see WHKMLA Historical Atlas, Kazakhstan Page

Printed Maps : Central Asia in 2000, HACA p.97



EXTERNAL
ONLINE MAPS
REFERENCE Yuri Bregel, An Historical Atlas of Central Asia, (HACA) Leiden : Brill 2003 (defines Central Asia as Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan and Xinjiang)
VEB Hermann Haack, Atlas zur Geschichte (Historical Atlas), Vol.1, Gotha/Leipzig 1973
Meridien Haritacilik, Tarih Atlasi, no date; 32-page Turkish language historical atlas (donated by Meltem Deniz)
F.W. Putzger, Historischer Atlas zur Welt- und Schweizer Geschichte, Aarau : Sauerländer (1954) 9th edition 1975
John Channon and Robert Hudson, The Penguin Historical Atlas of Russia, Penguin 1995, KMLA Lib.Sign. R 947 C458p
Ian Barnes and Robert Hudson, The History Atlas of Asia, NY : MacMillan 1998, KMLA Lib.Sign. 911.5 B281t







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