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St. Petersburg, Narthang. Tibet is a land of mysteries. They are not only in religion and occultism: its history remains hidden in a large part. This book disproves some erroneous views on history and religion of the Tibetans. Tibet has never been a part of any other state. At the time when China was an inseparable part of Mongolian Yuan Empire and Manchu Qing Empire, Tibet was a separate country but not a part of these empires. It was not a part of Chinese Tang and Ming empires .
Statements that Tibet was a part of neighboring empires is related to ancient Chinese conception of the emperor's global power. Its principles are being wrongfully transferred onto a nation state model in post-revolution China. Inclusion of Tibet into the People's Republic of China was not legitimate. Tibet is an occupied country. The book traces history of the Tibetan statehood from ancient times to our days, describes life of the Tibetans at the times of Feudalism and Socialism, coercive inclusion of Tibet into People's Republic of China, suppression of national liberation movement, destruction of civilization of the Tibetans, Cultural Revolution and subsequent reforms. Many pictures and data concerning these events are published for the rst time .
HISTORY OF INDEPENDENCE AND OCCUPATIONSergius L. Kuzmin
Chapter 1. Geography and Origin of the Tibetans
Chapter 2. Antiquity and Middle Ages
Chapter 3. Epoch of the Qing Empire
Chapter 4. Last Years of Independence
Chapter 5. Religion and Culture
Chapter 6. State, Society and Economy
Chapter 7. “Peaceful Liberation” and Its Consequences
Chapter 8. From the People's Uprising to the Cultural Revolution
Chapter 9. Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution .
Results of the Mao Period..288 Chapter 10. Reconstruction and Modernization
Tibetan People's Struggle, the Dalai Lama and Tibetan Refugees................ 354 Religion
Autonomy and Demography
Language, Education, and Culture
Condition of Natural Environment
Living Standard and Health Care
Chapter 11. Tibet, an Inseparable Part of China?
Statehood in International Law and in Chinese Tradition
On China and “Chinese Dynasties”
Solution of Ethnic Problem in China
Status of Tibet: a Historical Retrospective
Chapter 12. Decline of Tibetan and Mongolian Civilization?
С.Л. Кузьмин Скрытый Тибет История независимости и оккупации
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