Russia – Azerbaijan: The History of Relations

Russia – Azerbaijan: The History of Relations

The most part of the following materials is represented by archival documents that illustrate various aspects of the policy pursued by the Russian Empire towards Baku Governorate in the early 20th c. Materials turn readers’ attention to diplomatic, military, transport, production and technical, economic, educational, religious and other issues of common history of peoples of Azerbaijan and Russia.

Lists of populated areas of the Russian Empire, compiled and published by the Central Statistical Committee of the Ministry of Internal Affairs. 65. The Baku Province

        Lists of populated areas of the Russian Empire, compiled and published by the Central Statistical Committee of the Ministry of Internal Affairs. The Baku province.
St. Petersburg: in the printing house of Carl Wolf, 1861-1885. Tiflis: Caucasian Statistic Committee under the Central Directorate of the Governor of the Caucasus, 1870.

The correspondence of the Naval Ministry with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, sent for information on the strategic importance and military equipment of the Baku port and on the abolition of the sea station on the island. Ashurado (in the Caspian Sea)

Russia. Council of Ministers. The correspondence of the Naval Ministry with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, sent for information on the strategic importance and military equipment of the Baku port and on the abolition of the sea station on the island. Ashurado (in the Caspian Sea). 1906.

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