East View Press books span the globe in focus, including Russia, the Middle East, China, Turkey, Syria and beyond. Our books offer authoritative content on topics such as politics, foreign relations, military affairs, cartography, history, archival guides, and more.
Cambridge Archive Editions (CAE) presents a wealth of historical reference materials from the 16th-20th centuries on the national heritage and political development of numerous countries. Comprised mostly of documents from the National Archives of the United Kingdom, these primary source collections bring together historically authentic facsimile documents, as well as numerous maps, that otherwise would remain unknown, difficult to access, or fragmentary. The full CAE collection includes over 1,000 volumes with nearly 700,000 pages of primary sources and over 750 maps.
The book offers sheet-level detail for nearly 30 map series ranging in scale from 1:2,000 to 1:125,000, including details for known revisions and reprints. Each sheet entry includes information on known holdings of the map sheet. The overwhelming majority of these maps are available in digital form and can easily be accessed online from the information included in the book. The institutions that house the map sheets vary but include the Australian War Memorial, the British Library, Haifa University, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel State Archives, the Library of Congress, the National Library of Israel, the National Library of Australia, the Palestinian Museum Digital Archive, Survey of Israel, Tel Hai College, and more.
This collection of articles from the Soviet and Russian press paints an intriguing portrait of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict. Unlike in Western media outlets, this conflict has been a mainstay in the Soviet, then Russian press. The present collection of articles – carefully translated, edited, and culled from a vast repository of Russian-language press curated by East View – presents in book form for the first time in English some of the most important material that has appeared from 1988 to the present.