Melvil Decimal System: 947.508
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Philosophy and Psychology
Mathematics and Science
Arts and Recreation
Biography and History
Geography, Voyages And Travel
British Isles -- Scotland And Ireland
England And Wales
Germany And Central Europe
France And Monaco
Russia and Eastern Europe [also, more Finland]
Russian & Slavic History by Period
[Previously Finland, Lapland, Karelia]
Mostly St. Petersburg/Leningrad
[Formerly the Baltic States, St. Petersburg, etc.]
Baltic States [Formerly, Caucasus Generally]
[Mostly more Lithuania]
Azerbaijan; Nagorno-Karabakh; Armenian-Azerbaijani Border Regions
Georgia, South Ossetia, Abkhazia
Works under MDS 947.508
- Caucasus: Mountain Men and Holy Wars by Nicholas Griffin
- Let Our Fame Be Great: Journeys Among the Defiant People of the Caucasus by Oliver Bullough
- War and peace in the Caucasus : ethnic conflict and the new geopolitics by Vicken Cheterian
- Showdown: The Lithuanian Rebellion and the Breakup of the Soviet Empire by Richard J. Krickus
- The Post-Soviet Wars: Rebellion, Ethnic Conflict, and Nationhood in the Caucasus by Christoph Zurcher
- Lithuania Awakening by Alfred Erich Senn
- Soviet genocide in Lithuania by Joseph Pajaujis-Javis
- Op zoek in Litouwen = Lithuanian quest by Philo Bregstein
- State Building and Conflict Resolution in the Caucasus (Eurasian Studies Library) by E. Hill
- The South Caucasus: Then and Now (The Former Soviet Union: Then and Now) by Michael V. Uschan
- Understanding Ethnopolitical Conflict: Karabakh, South Ossetia, and Abkhazia Wars Reconsidered (Rethinking Peace and Conflict Studies) by Emil Souleimanov
- Lithuania in 1991. by Algimantas P. Taskunas
- The New Caucasus: Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia by Edmund Herzig
- Challenges and Options in the Caucasus and Central Asia by Pavel Baev
- The Caspian Region: A Re-emerging Region by Moshe Gammer
- Personal Freedom and National Resurgence (Lithuanian Philosophical Studies : Cultural Heritage & Comtemporary Change
- Small Nations and Great Powers: A Study of Ethnopolitical Conflict in the Caucasus (Caucasus World) by Svante E. Cornell
- Caspian Region, The: A Re-emerging Region
- Caspian Region, The: The Caucasus
- Lithuania 1940: Revolution from Above. (On the Boundary of Two Worlds: Identity, Freedom, and Moral Imagination in the Baltics) by Alfred Erich Senn
- The Caucasus Region: Economic and Political Developments (Caucasus Region Political, Economic, and Security Issues) by Bradley C. Ryan
- Caucasus, the EU and Russia - triangular cooperation? by Michèle Knodt
- La terra strappata. Lituania 1939-1940, gli anni fatali by Juozas Urbsys
- Security, democracy and development : in the Southern Caucasus and the Black Sea Region by Gia Nodia
- Opposition to Soviet rule in Lithuania, 1945-1980 by Thomas Remeikis
- A re-emerging region by gammerm
- Lituanie : l'indépendance en pleurs ou en fleurs by Alain Stanké
- The Caucasus by gammerm
- Fear, weakness and power in the post-Soviet South Caucasus : a theoretical and empirical analysis by oskaniankevork
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