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'Sfera Evrazii'

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Kuz`min, Iu.V
Doktor P.A. Badmaev: Uchenyi, Diplomat, Predprinimatel`
[ Doctor P.A. Badmaev: Scholar, diplomat, businessman]

Moscow:  KMK, 2014
183 p. [32 ill.]Images
Serie: Sfera Evrazii
Hardcover. 17 x 24 cm. Printing 500
ISBN: 9785873179794
Language: Russian
This is a new biography of Zhamsaran (Petr Aleksandrovich) Badmaev, the only doctor in Russia who studied and practiced Tibetan medicine. He first treated Tsar Alexander III, then Nicolas II. He died in a Russian prison in 1920. Also available on the subject by Boris Gusev, Badmaev`s grandson: Petr Badmaev: Krestnik Imperatora, Tselitel`, Diplomat (2000). (0.485 kg.)
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