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БИБЛИОГРАФИЯ


Литература, связанная с Большой Игрой во всех ее бесчисленных аспектах, весьма обширна. Нижеприведенный, далеко не исчерпывающий список названий включает те работы, которые в процессе изысканий и написания книги показались мне наиболее ценными. Многие из этих книг давно уже не переиздавались, и найти их можно только в специализированных библиотеках или за очень большие деньги. Хотя афганская война, Крымская война, восточный вопрос, англо русские отношения, русско японская война и неотделимы от Большой Игры, но они представляют собой самостоятельные темы со специально посвященной им литературой. Здесь я перечислил только те книги, которые счел наиболее полезными. Ради краткости я также исключил сообщения и статьи современных газет, на которые ссылался, хотя обычно это указывается в тексте. По той же причине и поскольку вряд ли они заинтересуют основных читателей, я не привожу номера документов из политических и секретных фондов, хранящихся теперь в архиве Лондонской Индийской библиотеки. Кроме особо отмеченных случаев, все нижеперечисленные книги изданы в Лондоне.




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The literature of the Great Game, in all its many aspects, is vast. The following list of titles, although far from exhaustive, includes those works which I found most valuable while researching and writing this book. Many of the books are long out of print, and can only be obtained from specialist libraries — or at great expense. The Afghan wars, the Crimean War, the Eastern Question, Anglo Russian relations and the Russo Japanese War, although inseparable from the Great Game, are major subjects on their own, with substantial literatures devoted to them. I have therefore listed only those works which I found most useful. Also, for the sake of brevity, I have omitted reports and articles from contemporary newspapers from which I have quoted, although these are usually identified in the text. For the same reason, and because they are unlikely to interest the general reader, I have not listed the file numbers where I have drawn on the Political and Secret files of the day, now in the India Office Library and Records. Except where otherwise indicated, all the works below were published in London.


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