[Turkic-Russian and Russian-Turkic Dictionary of Political, Legal, Economic and Military Terms, Used in Press]
An important early Tatar-Russian dictionary, written by a famous Azerbaijani playwright, composer and public figure Uzeyir Hajibeyov, who authored the Azerbaijani national anthem
8°, [4 pp.] title page and introduction, 94 pp., [2 pp.], 28, in Cyrillic and Perso-Arabic script, later brown cloth binding with gilt lettering (minor staining in margins, tiny repairs in white margins and endpapers, old hand-written price on the inner side of the rear cover, small tears in the gutter of the endpapers, otherwise in a good condition).
This important modern Turkic-Russian dictionary, published in Baku in 1907 includes according to the note on the title page the latest contemporary words, taken from Tatar magazines, books and Russian translations.
The author Uzeyir Hajibeyov (Üzeyir Hacıbəyov 1885 – 1948) was a pioneer of the Azeri opera and the first composer of an opera in the Islamic world. He also composed the national anthem of Azerbaijan Democratic Republic and the anthem, used by Azerbaijan during the Soviet period. He was also a writer, publicist and a social figure.
We could find one institutional example (National Library of Israel).