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The Brief Independence of Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan I THE GREAT WAR 1919

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Published on Nov 11, 2019

Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan used the power vacuum after the 1917 revolution in Russia and after the collapse of the Central Powers in 1918 to gain their independence. But the Caucasus region was of vital strategic importance to the new Russian regime, to the British and to the Turks.

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