Оборонительная политика России на юге Сибири в Петровское время

Translated title of the contribution: Russia's defensive policy in the South of Siberia in Peter's Time

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The annexation of Siberia to the Russian state required the government to provide its population with bread, which led to the development of agriculture and, at the same time, to the need to protect the peasants from nomadic raids. But only by the end of the XVII century on the southern borders of Siberia began to form fortified points, ostrogs, which had their own garrisons, with the necessary "for the siege time" supply of ammunition and food. The government's actions in this regard were stimulated by the situation on the borders that arose by the end of the XVII century - the beginning of the XVIII century - the confrontation between the Dzungarian Khanate and its rival, Manchurian China, which was gaining strength.
Translated title of the contributionRussia's defensive policy in the South of Siberia in Peter's Time
Original languageRussian
Title of host publicationМатериалы Международной научной конференции «Военная история России XVII-XX вв.»
Place of PublicationМосква
PublisherГосударственная публичная историческая библиотека России
Publication statusAccepted/In press - 2022



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