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" The position of Russia in Central Asia is that of all civilised States which are brought into contact with half-savage nomad populations possessing no fixed social organisation. "
Imperial Rivals: China, Russia, and Their Disputed Frontier - 第 114 頁
S. C. M. Paine 著 - 1996 - 417 頁
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, 第 196 卷

1902
...despatch the policy of Russia in Central Asia, from which the subjoined extract may be quoted : — ' The position of Russia in Central Asia is that of...organisation. In such cases it always happens that the civilised State is forced, for the security of its frontier and its commerce, to exercise a certain...
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Annual Register

1874
...and the end which we have in view. The position of Russia in Central Asia is that of all civilized States which are brought into contact with half-savage, nomad populations, possessing no fixed social organization. In such cases it always happens that the more civilized State is forced, in the interest...
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The Annual Register, 第 115 卷

Edmund Burke - 1874
...and the end which we have in view. The position of Russia in Central Asia is that of all civilized States which are brought into contact with half-savage, nomad populations, possessing no fixed social organization. In such cases it always happens that the more civilized State is forced, in the interest...
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Central Asia: From the Aryan to the Cossack

James Hutton - 1875 - 472 頁
...in his circular of 1864. ' It always happens,' his Excellency observes, ' that when civilized states are brought into contact with half-savage, nomad populations, possessing no fixed social organization, they are forced by the necessity of guarding their frontier and their commercial relations,...
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Pamphlets Relating to English History: The Eastern Question

1877
...In his circular of 1864, Prince Gortschakow observed that the position of Eussia in Central Asia was that of all civilised states which are brought into contact with half-savage nomad populations. ' To put a stop to the incursions of hostile tribes, fortified posts are established. Soon, beyond...
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Causes of the Afghan War: Being a Selection of the Papers Laid Before ...

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Afghan Committee. Sub-committee on Afghan and Central Asian Questions - 1879 - 325 頁
...Central Asia, the interests which inspire us in those countries, and the end which we have in view. The position of Russia in Central Asia is that of...it always happens that the more civilised State is found, in the interest of the security of its frontier and its commercial relations, to exercise a...
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England and Russia in Central Asia, 第 1 卷

Demetrius Charles Boulger - 1879
...the English reader. The following give the pith and substance of this remarkable State Paper : — " The position of Russia in Central Asia is that of...half-savage, nomad populations, possessing no fixed social organization. " In such cases it always happens that the more civilised State is forced, in the interest...
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England and Russia in Central Asia, 第 1 卷

Demetrius Charles Boulger - 1879
...the English reader. The following give the pith and substance of this remarkable State Paper : — " The position of Russia in Central Asia is that of...civilised States which are brought into contact with half -savage, nomad populations, possessing no fixed social organization. " In such cases it always...
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The Fortnightly Review, 第 41 卷

1884 - 28 頁
...circular dispatch dated November 21, 1864. The following extract will suffice for my purpose : — " The position of Russia in Central Asia is that of...half-savage nomad populations, possessing no fixed social organization. In such cases it always happens that the more civilised State is forced, in the interest...
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The Heart of Asia: A History of Russian Turkestan and the Central Asian ...

Francis Henry Skrine, Sir Edward Denison Ross - 1899 - 444 頁
...Asia, the interests which prompt our action in that part of the world, and the aims which we pursue. The position of Russia in Central Asia is that of all civilised states which come into contact with half-savage, wandering tribes possessing no fixed social organisation. "It invariably...
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