History of Civilizations of Central Asia. Volume VI : Towards the contemporary period: from the mid-nineteenth to the end of the twentieth century. Paris, UNESCO Publishing, 2005, 1033 p.

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  title={History of Civilizations of Central Asia. Volume VI : Towards the contemporary period: from the mid-nineteenth to the end of the twentieth century. Paris, UNESCO Publishing, 2005, 1033 p.},
  author={Alexandre Papas},
  year={2007}
}
Ultime volume d’une serie qui se veut couvrir l’entiere histoire de l’Asie centrale, de l’Antiquite a nos jours, cet epais ouvrage possede les qualites et les defauts du genre. Ainsi il n’est pas certain que des chapitres consacres a l’Iran, au Pakistan et a l’Inde (ch. 4, 8, 17, 18, 20, 22/3, 27/2) soient pertinents. Davantage l’auraient ete des developpements sur le Xinjiang qui n’est traite (superficiellement) que dans les chapitres 16 et 26/1-2. D’autre part, la litterature, qui fait l’ob… 

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