Published by Brill’s Inner Asia Archive in 2013, “The Thirteenth Dalai Lama on the Run (1904-1906)” is a volume edited by Sampildondov Chuluun and Uradyn E. Bulag looking at archival documents from Mongolia from the time that the 13th Dalai Lama spent there in exile after fleeing the British invasion of Tibet.
From the Brill website:
In 1904, the Thirteenth Dalai Lama fled from the British invasion of Tibet to Mongolia in search of support from Russia. Although the mission failed, his extended sojourn in Mongolia marked the beginning of political modernity in both Mongolia and Tibet. The Thirteenth Dalai Lama on the Run (1904-1906) is a facsimile collection comprising hitherto unpublished archival documents from Mongolia about this historical episode. Written in Mongolian, Manchu and Chinese, the documents concern the operation of the Mongol princes in hosting the Dalai Lama in Mongolia and the attempts made by the Qing frontier officials to remove him from Mongolia back to Tibet. Details of his extensive travels within the country, the associated elaborate ritual activities and the great financial costs incurred which were borne by the Mongols, come to light for the first time in this publication. The documents which are supported by detailed captions are discussed in an in-depth introduction.
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