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Russo-Persian War, 1804-1813

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Topical headingRusso-Persian War, 1804-1813
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Variant(s)Iranian-Russian War, 1804-1813
Persian-Russian War, 1804-1813
Russo-Iranian War, 1804-1813
See alsoIran--History--Qajar dynasty, 1794-1925
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Russia--History--Alexander I, 1801-1825
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Found inWork cat.: Qūzānlū, J. Jang-i dah sālah, yā Jang-i avval-i Īrān bā Rūs, 1936 (title translates as The war of ten years, or the first war of Iran with Russia; about the Russo-Persian War of 1804-1813)
Goldstein, E. Wars and peace treaties, 1816-1991, 1992: p. 72 (a prolonged Russo-Persian war (1804-13))
Iranian-Russian encounters, 2013: p. 55 (first Russo-Iranian war of 1804-13)
The modern encyclopedia of Russian and Soviet history, 1976 (Russo-Iranian war of 1804-13; after the annexation by Russia of Georgia and part of Azerbaijan the Iranian government in May 1804 demanded the withdrawal of Russian troops from the Caucasus; the demand was rejected and military operations in which Iran was consistently defeated began shortly thereafter and continued into 1813; in October [1813] Iran was forced to conclude the Gulistan Peace treaty, according to which Iran recognized Russia's annexation of Dagestan and North Azerbaijan)
Encyclopædia Iranica, via WWW, Dec. 19, 2018: Golestān Treaty (Golestān Treaty (Treaty of Gulistan), agreement arranged under British auspices to end the Russo-Persian War of 1218-28/1804-13; First Russo-Persian War; origins of the first Russo-Persian War can be traced back to the decision of Tsar Paul to annex Georgia (December 1800) and, after Paul's assassination (11 March 1801), the activist policy followed by his successor, Alexander I, aimed at establishing Russian control over the khanates of the eastern Caucasus)
Not found inHistorical dictionary of Iran, 2007; Historical dictionary of Russia, 1998