Essays in Russian history; a collection dedicated to George Vernadsky, edited by Alan D. Ferguson and Alfred Levin.
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Soviet Union -- History.
Vernadskij, Vladimir I.
Vernadsky, George, 1887-1973.
xxv, 317 pages portrait 22 cm
Chiefly essays by former students of Mr. Vernadsky published in appreciation of his high standards as a teacher, counselor, and friend.
"Bibliography of the works of George Vernadsky": pages xiii-xxv. Includes bibliographical references.
Dedication.--Bibliography of the works of George Vernadsky.--George Vernadsky as a historian of ancient and medieval Russia, by D. Obolensky.--The name Slav, by B.P. Lozinski.--Muscovite legal thought, the law of theft, and the problem of centralization, 1497-1589, by O.P. Backus.--La Piquetière's projected mission to Moscow in 1682 and the Swedish policy of Louis XIV, by A. Lossky.--The Russian military settlements, 1825-1866, by A.D. Ferguson.--A.S. Khomiakov on the agricultural and industrial problem in Russia, by P.K. Christoff.--The Russian national economy and emancipation, by A.A. Skerpan.--June 3, 1907: action and reaction, by A. Levin.--Hitler's decision to attack the Soviet Union: the end of the grand design, by E.H. Boehm.
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