A history of Russia / Bernard Pares.


Definitive ed., with a new introd. by Richard Pares.. New York : Knopf, 1953.

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Subjects Soviet Union -- History.
Soviet Union.
Description xxxvii, 611, xxxi pages : maps ; 25 cm
Copyright Date 1953.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 583-611).
Contents Country and peoples (to 882) -- Kiev and the water road (882-1132) -- Breakup of Kiev: migrations: the tartars (1132-1263) -- Western neighbours: Novgorod the great -- Rise of Moscow (1263-1533) -- John the Dread (1533-84 -- Muscovy -- The time of troubles (1584-1613) -- Serfdrom (1613-82) -- Russia and Europe: Ukraine (1613-82) -- Peter the Great (1682-1796) -- Peter and Russia (1689-1725) -- Peter's successors and Russia (1725-62) -- Catherine the Great (1762-96) -- Catherine, Poland, and Europe (1762-96) -- Napoleon, Paul, and Alexander (1796-1812) -- Triumph and end of Alexander I (1812-25) -- The reign of Nicholas I (1825-55) -- The great reforms (1855-74) -- End of Alexander II (1866-81) -- Industrialism, socialism, and liberalism (1881-1904) -- Far east policy and Japanese War (1881-1905) -- The liberation movement (1904-12) -- War and revolution (1905-17) -- Communist rule (1917-29) -- Stalin's russia (1928-41) -- The second Fatherland War (1941-5).
Genre History.
Geographic Area Soviet Union
Network Numbers (OCoLC)406094
(OCoLC)ocm00406094
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Pares, Bernard, 1867-1949.
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