The Great Game

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This PowerPoint illustrates "the great game" imperialist rivalry between Russia and Great Britain for control of central Asia and also illustrates the multinational nature of the Russian Empire.

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    1. 1. “ The Great Game”
    2. 9. Vasily Vereshchagin (1842-1904)
    3. 10. Opium Eaters , 1868
    4. 11. Dervishes
    5. 12. Sale of a Child Slave , 1872
    6. 13. Bacha Boy and his Admirers , 1868
    7. 14. Muslim Servant , 1883
    8. 15. Uzbekh Woman in Tashkent
    9. 16. Registan, Samarkand , 1870
    10. 17. Doors of Tamerlane , 1872
    11. 18. Bukharan Fighter , 1873
    12. 19. The Capture of Khiva (1873)
    13. 20. Sergei Prokudin-Gorsky, c. 1910
    14. 21. Samarkand
    15. 22. Uzbekh Woman, Samarkand
    16. 23. Samarkand, Musicians Playing for a Dancing Bacha Boy
    17. 24. Jewish Students in Samarkand
    18. 25. Emir of Bukhara
    19. 26. Khan of Khiva
    20. 28. Kyrgyz Nomads
    21. 29. Samarkand, Uzbekistan
    22. 38. Khiva, Uzbekistan
    23. 39. Bukhara, Uzbekistan
    24. 40. Bukhara, Uzbekistan
    25. 41. Kazakhstan
    26. 45. Almaty, Kazakhstan
    27. 46. Turkestan, Kazakhstan
    28. 51. Tajikistan
    29. 58. Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan
    30. 59. Ashgabat, Turkmenistan

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