Karabakh in Maps: Karabakh Khanate and Expansion of Russian Empire

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Karabakh Beylerbeylik in 1727-28

Karabakh beylerbeylik (province) of Safavid (Persian) Empire and expansion of Russian Empire at the beginning of XVIII c.

Annexation of Northern Azerbaijani khanates by Russia

Karabakh Khanate along with other Northern Azerbaijani Khanates in XIX c.

Karabakh Khanate after Gulistan treaty

Expansion of Russian Empire in Caucasus. 1823.

Annexation of Northern Azerbaijan Khanates by Russia after Gulistan treaty in 1813.

Karabakh Khanate under Russian Empire

Expansion of Russian Empire in Caucasus. 1827-1829.

Annexation of Northern Azerbaijan Khanates by Russia after Turkmenchay treaty in 1828.

Persian territorial Losses after the Gulistan (1813) and Turkmenchai (1823) Treaties.
Persian territorial Losses after the Gulistan (1813) and Turkmenchai (1823) Treaties.

Annexion of Northern Azerbaijani Khanates by Russian Empire

Further expansion of Russian Empire in Caucasus. XIX c.

Final stage of annexation policy of Northern Azerbaijani Khanates by Russian Empire by 1850.

  • Ganja Khanate -1804
  • Karabakh Khanate – 1805
  • Sheki Khanate – 1805
  • Shirvan Khanate – 1805
  • Guba Khanate – 1806
  • Baku Khanate – 1806
  • Derbent Khanate – 1806
  • Talish Khanate – 1813
  • Erivan Khanate – 1828
  • Nakhichevan Khanate – 1828

Azerbaijan within Russian Empire

Azerbaijan (including Karabakh) within Russian Empire. 1847.

Lowry, J W Sharpe, J 1847 Russia at the Caucasus Publisher Chapman & Hall London.

Occupation of Northern Azerbaijani khanates by Russian Empire

Northern Azerbaijan under Czarist Russia. 19th century.

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