PARTICIPATION OF NATIONS OF THE SOUTH CAUCASUS IN THE FIRST WORLD WAR (Quantitative comparative military analysis)

Karen Pahlevanyan

Abstract


The author considers the aspect of participation of people of the South Caucasus in the Russian Army and in the World War I. The following questions were considered: representatives of what nations took part in this war; number of people involved in the war in certain periods of time; number of people drafted during the war. The author described the troops into which the South Caucasus was divided before the First World War.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18007/gisap:hp.v0i10.1577

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