Historical Dictionary of Mongolia

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Rowman & Littlefield, Aug 25, 2017 - History - 1120 pages
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This fourth edition of Historical Dictionary of Mongolia covers the people and organizations that brought Mongolia from revolution and oppression to independence and democracy, and its current unprecedented level of national wealth and international growth. This is done through a chronology, an introduction, appendixes, and an extensive bibliography. The dictionary section has over 1,200 cross-referenced entries on important personalities, politics, economy, foreign relations, religion, and culture. This book is an excellent resource for students, researchers, and anyone wanting to know more about Mongolia.
 

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Contents

Q
699
R
701
S
735
T
791
U
843
Ü
873
V
875
W
879

C
155
D
201
E
253
F
323
G
343
H
401
I
415
J
425
K
447
L
481
M
507
N
609
O
637
ö
659
P
663
X
891
Y
893
Z
897
Appendix A Mongolian Great Khural 20082012
913
Appendix B Mongolian Great Khural 20122016
917
Appendix C Mongolian Great Khural 2016
921
Appendix D MPP Little Khural 2010
925
Appendix E MPP Little Khural 2013
937
Appendix F Ulan Bator City Council 2016
947
Appendix G Cabinet List July 2016May 2017
949
Bibliography
951
Addenda
1013
About the Author
1019
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Alan J.K. Sanders is an independent scholar and freelance writer. He was the Lecturer in Mongolian Studies at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London. He has written and edited several books on Mongolia and he was awarded the Mongolian Order of the Pole Star in April 2007 for promoting British-Mongolian relations, Mongolian studies and Mongolian history and culture.

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