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Osovets, 1915: the truth about the "Dead Men Attack"
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The paper analyzes a unique information source on the slave trade in the Caucasus in the early 19th century — a list of slaves transported from Gelenzhan Kale (modern name Gelendzhik) to Istanbul.

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