British intervention in Tibet was one of the last chapters in the 'Great Game' between Britain & Russia, but it also took place at a time when Japan & the U.S. were emerging as world powers. Wendy Palace reassesses Britain's policy in Asia & also considers the impact of the intervention on Tibet itself.
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