Nomads and Commissars: Mongolia Revisited

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A note on sources and supplementary reading

IN WRITING THIS BOOK I have kept footnotes to a minimum, because most of my new material is from Mongol and Russian sources. Fortunately, however, Mongolia is by no means a closed country, and fairly recent material is also available in other languages. A number of the books listed below have bibliographies, which widen the field indefinitely for those who want to go on reading about Mongolia.


IN ENGLISH

National Economy of the Mongolian People's Republic for Forty Years, A Collection of Statistics, Ulan Bator, 1961. There are two editions, one in Russian and English, one in Mongol and Russian.

Harrison Salisbury, To Moscow and Beyond, New York, 1960. The author is a correspondent of the New York Times.

Gerard M. Friters, Outer Mongolia and Its International Position, Baltimore, 1949. (Introduction by Owen Lattimore.) The most useful summary of treaties, diplomatic notes, and official statements.

Ivor Montagu, Land of Blue Sky, A Portrait of Modern Mongolia, London, 1956.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iv
  • Introduction xi
  • 1- The Then and the Now 1
  • 2- "Mongolia's Lovely Land" 16
  • 3- Nomads and Their History 31
  • 4- Autonomous Mongolia: the Years Of Frustration 50
  • 5- A Revolution of Shepherds 75
  • 6- The Real Revolution Begins 92
  • 7- The Worst Years 122
  • 8- The Choibalsang Years 148
  • Development, Transformation, Acceleration 170
  • 10- Horseback is All Right 202
  • A Note on Sources and Supplementary Reading 223
  • Index 231
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