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Hakluyt Society, London. 1975. Second Series Volume 146. A selection of documents translated fro the Russian by Tatiana Minorsky and David Wileman. The Russian conquest of Siberia khanate and the capture of the capital Iskar in 1580 was considered to be the starting point of the dominance this powerful nation. Although only one thousand Russians participated in the conquest, it proved significant. The invading force leader - the Cossack Yermack Timofeyevich - was killed leaving only one hundred and fifty soldiers to continue the invasion against the tartars. This, however proved sufficient to establish a base upon which was built an empire. Profusely illustrated in reproduction plates of contemporary events. Nice condition. Dust jacket over blue cloth covered end boards. 316pp 220 x 140 mm