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The Russians

By: Wright, Richardson Little, 1887-1961

...im RUSSIANS 'an interpretation RICHARDSONWRIGHT -iil'i;r! ;!i;!t;r" r^ THE LIBRARY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA LOSANGELES GIFT OF UNIVERSITY O... ...NS 'an interpretation RICHARDSONWRIGHT -iil'i;r! ;!i;!t;r" r^ THE LIBRARY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA LOSANGELES GIFT OF UNIVERSITY OP CALIPORfil... ... OF CALIFORNIA LOSANGELES GIFT OF UNIVERSITY OP CALIPORfilA BliKKELEY THE RUSSIANS: AN INTERPRETATION THE RUSSIANS AN INTERPRETATION BY RICHAR... ...CALIFORNIA LOSANGELES GIFT OF UNIVERSITY OP CALIPORfilA BliKKELEY THE RUSSIANS: AN INTERPRETATION THE RUSSIANS AN INTERPRETATION BY RICHARDSON... ...TERPRETATION THE RUSSIANS AN INTERPRETATION BY RICHARDSON WRIGHT Author of '^Through Siberia, an Empire in the Making,' ''The Open Door" etc. You c... ...ANS AN INTERPRETATION BY RICHARDSON WRIGHT Author of '^Through Siberia, an Empire in the Making,' ''The Open Door" etc. You cannot understand Russia b... ...E Preface ix CHAPTER I. The Strength of the Adolescent . . i II. What is a Russian? 20 III. A Democracy in the Making ... 42 IV. The Things He Revolts... ...eath pen- alty; for that matter, save in the case of political crimes and "military necessity," Russian law still makes no provision for the extreme p... ...a year the men of the brother- hood forsook their wives and retired into a military "retreat"—to use the religious application of the word —in their r...

Subject: National Committee To Defeat the Mundt Bill; Communism -- United States

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Russian Empire

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... Россійская Имперія  (Pre-reformed Russian) Российская Империя  (Russian–Cyrillic) ... ... Flag Coat of arms ... ...ozhe, Tsarya khrani! Боже, Царя храни! "God Save the Tsar!" ... ... All territories that were ever part of the Russian Empire or in its sphere of influence. ... ... All territories that were ever part of the Russian Empire or in its sphere of influence. ... ... All territories that were ever part of the Russian Empire or in its sphere of influence. ... ... All territories that were ever part of the Russian Empire or in its sphere of influence. ... ... 8 Religion 9 Military 10 Society ... ... 14.2 1801-1917 14.3 Military And foreign relations 1...

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The Russian Settlement in California Known as Fort Ross, Founded 1812, Abandoned 1841 : Why the Russians Came and Why They Left

By: Thompson, Robert A

...nia. pot^t l^oss, Sonoma County By R. a. THOMPSON SANTA ROSA, CAL. 1896 The Kii^^^iMii Sottlcn^ciit -•• 19S6181 C'f.iliforiiitt KNOVV^N AH I'C:)K'T... ...oriiitt KNOVV^N AH I'C:)K'T ROSS Foilmlfd IS12 . . . Ahiinilniifil IHH WHY THE RUSSIANS CAME AND WHY THEY LEFT Uy K- A. 'J'hc>inj>H< >ii MANTA KOKA HO... ...itt KNOVV^N AH I'C:)K'T ROSS Foilmlfd IS12 . . . Ahiinilniifil IHH WHY THE RUSSIANS CAME AND WHY THEY LEFT Uy K- A. 'J'hc>inj>H< >ii MANTA KOKA HOXOMA... ...nj>H< >ii MANTA KOKA HOXOMA DK.MOC WAX IMIII.IHHIN< » <OMI'ANV IMOO The Russians in California CHAPTER I The story of the rapid con- quest of Siber... ...I.IHHIN< » <OMI'ANV IMOO The Russians in California CHAPTER I The story of the rapid con- quest of Siberia, beginning with the advance of Yerniak, ... ...oss the Ural mountains in the sixteenth century, ending with the discovery of the northwest coast of America by Admiral Behring of the Rusdian Jiavy, ... ...SB CHAPTER III. Meanwhile the Russians were to be closely watched, and the military authorities of the peninsula and also of the interior were to hold... ...ion towards me to make the at- tempt. We required a number of horses and a military escort; the latter to serve us at once as guides, and as a protect... ...nefit this coun- try would derive from becoming a province of our powerful empire, and how useful if would prove to Russia. An inexhaustible granary f...

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Russian Armenia

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...Russian Armenia is the period of Armenia's history under Russian rule from 1829, when Eastern Armenia ... ...Russian Armenia is the period of Armenia's history under Russian rule from 1829, when Eastern Armenia became part of the Russian ... ... history under Russian rule from 1829, when Eastern Armenia became part of the Russian Empire, to the declaration of the First Republic of Armeni... ...istory under Russian rule from 1829, when Eastern Armenia became part of the Russian Empire, to the declaration of the First Republic of Armenia ... ...Russian rule from 1829, when Eastern Armenia became part of the Russian Empire, to the declaration of the First Republic of Armenia in 1918. The ... ...ian Empire, to the declaration of the First Republic of Armenia in 1918. The term can also refer to the period during which Armenia was the Armenia... ...also refer to the period during which Armenia was the Armenian SSR under Russian domination. Background For hundreds of years, the inhabitants o... ... rival empires of the Ottomans and Persians, it was initially treated as a military zone. Until 1840, Russian Armenia was a separate administrative un... ...anscaucasia was flooded with refugees from the massacres. While it scored military successes against the Turks, the Russian war machine began to disi...

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The Russians : An Interpretation

By: Wright, Richardson Little, 1887-1961

...o HE RUSSIANS AN INTERPRETATION RICHARDSON WRIGHT .nJ^is.. Presented to the UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO LIBRARY by the ONTARIO LEGISLATIVE LIBRARY 1980 ... ...N INTERPRETATION RICHARDSON WRIGHT .nJ^is.. Presented to the UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO LIBRARY by the ONTARIO LEGISLATIVE LIBRARY 1980 THE RUSSIANS:... ...e UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO LIBRARY by the ONTARIO LEGISLATIVE LIBRARY 1980 THE RUSSIANS: AN INTERPRETATION THE RUSSIANS AN INTERPRETATION BY RICHAR... ...IVERSITY OF TORONTO LIBRARY by the ONTARIO LEGISLATIVE LIBRARY 1980 THE RUSSIANS: AN INTERPRETATION THE RUSSIANS AN INTERPRETATION BY RICHARDSON... ...TERPRETATION THE RUSSIANS AN INTERPRETATION BY RICHARDSON WRIGHT Author of "Through Siberia, an Empire in the Making," "The Open Door," etc. You ca... ...IANS AN INTERPRETATION BY RICHARDSON WRIGHT Author of "Through Siberia, an Empire in the Making," "The Open Door," etc. You cannot understand Russia b... ...E ix Preface CHAPTEK I. The Strength of the Adolescent . . i II. What is a Russian? 20 III. A Democracy in the Making ... 42 IV. The Things He Revolts... ...eath pen- alty; for that matter, save in the case of political crimes and "military necessity," Russian law still makes no provision for the extreme p... ...a year the men of the brother- hood forsook their wives and retired into a military "retreat" — to use the religious application of the word — in thei...

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Vilno Military District (Russian Empire)

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... Military Districts of the Russian Empire, 1913 ... ... Military Districts of the Russian Empire, 1913 ... ... Military Districts of the Russian Empire, 1913 Vilno Military District (Russian: ... ... Military Districts of the Russian Empire, 1913 Vilno Military District (Russian: Ви́ленский вое́нный... ... Vilno Military District (Russian: Ви́ленский вое́нный о́круг) was a Russian military district of the Imperial Russian Army... ... Vilno Military District (Russian: Ви́ленский вое́нный о́круг) was a Russian military district of the Imperial Russian Army. ... ...вое́нный о́круг) was a Russian military district of the Imperial Russian Army. In the Russian Empire, military districts were firs... ... In the Russian Empire, military districts were first formed by Dmitry Milyutin in 1862–64 to replace the pre-existing Military In... ...the pre-existing Military Inspectorates. The military districts were organised to include civilian administration regions of gubernyas and uyezds. ...

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The Russian Immigrant

By: Davis, Jerome, 1891

... THE GIFT OF THE BRITISH RED GROSS & ORDER OF ST. JOHN HOSPITAL LIBRARY WAR ORGANISATION, ^oi. THE RUSSIAN IMMIG... ...SH RED GROSS & ORDER OF ST. JOHN HOSPITAL LIBRARY WAR ORGANISATION, ^oi. THE RUSSIAN IMMIGRANT THE MACMILLAN COMPANY NEW YORK BOSTON CHICAGO DALL... ...ED GROSS & ORDER OF ST. JOHN HOSPITAL LIBRARY WAR ORGANISATION, ^oi. THE RUSSIAN IMMIGRANT THE MACMILLAN COMPANY NEW YORK BOSTON CHICAGO DALLAS A... ...ANTA SAN FRANCISCO MACMILLAN & CO., LIMITED LONDON BOMBAY CALCUTTA MELBOURNE THE MACMILLAN CO. OP CANADA, Lm TORONTO 2.&2.STU, The RUSSIAN IMMIGRANT ... ...AY CALCUTTA MELBOURNE THE MACMILLAN CO. OP CANADA, Lm TORONTO 2.&2.STU, The RUSSIAN IMMIGRANT BY JEROME DAVIS, Ph.D /'/ Sometime Gilder Fellow in Soc... ...metime Gilder Fellow in Sociology at Columbia University Assistant Professor of Sociology at Dartmouth College gorfe THE MACMILLAN COMPANY 1922 COPYR... ... which the author found dealing exclusively with immigrants from the Russian empire was a paper-bound volume entitled The Russians in America, which d... ...sell steamship tickets, 6-act as notaries public for affidavits required for military service, passports, or steamship tickets, 7-give information and... ...ear of the officials and, for the most part, suffered under and disliked the military service. Such were the social conditions in the Tsar's regime wh...

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Warsaw Military District (Russian Empire)

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... Military Districts of the Russian Empire, 1913 ... ... Military Districts of the Russian Empire, 1913 ... ... Military Districts of the Russian Empire, 1913 The Warsaw Military Di... ... Military Districts of the Russian Empire, 1913 The Warsaw Military District (Rus... ... Military Districts of the Russian Empire, 1913 The Warsaw Military District (Russian: Варшавский во... ... The Warsaw Military District (Russian: Варшавский вое́нный о́круг) was a Russian military district of the Imperial Russia... ... The Warsaw Military District (Russian: Варшавский вое́нный о́круг) was a Russian military district of the Imperial Russian A... ...́круг) was a Russian military district of the Imperial Russian Army. It covered the territory Congress Poland (without the part of Suwałki in Vilno Mi... ... military district of the Imperial Russian Army. It covered the territory Congress Poland (without the part of Suwałki in Vilno Military District). ...

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The Russian Immigrant

By: Davis, Jerome, 1891

...S e Cuder Fellow in Sociology a Columbia University <ta; c Pro^ssor of Sociology it L>arfrr;ui!th Coilepe ! ui n ited in partial fulfill... ...r;ui!th Coilepe ! ui n ited in partial fulfillment 01 th? requiremenis foi the Hegree of Doctor ol Philosophy in the Faculty of Political Scien Columb... ...lepe ! ui n ited in partial fulfillment 01 th? requiremenis foi the Hegree of Doctor ol Philosophy in the Faculty of Political Scien Columbia Universi... ...Doctor ol Philosophy in the Faculty of Political Scien Columbia University THE MACMILLAN COMPANY 1922 EXCHANGE The " "" RUSSIAN IMMIG... ...a University THE MACMILLAN COMPANY 1922 EXCHANGE The " "" RUSSIAN IMMIGRANT BY JEROME[DAVIS Sometime Gilder Fellow in Sociology at Co... ...ublished September, 1922 PRINTED IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA i To the Russian workingmen whose unstinted toil helps to maintain the basic industr... ...hich the author found dealing exclusively with immigrants from the Russian empire was a paper-bound volume entitled The Russians in America, which dea... ...ll steamship tickets, 6-act as notaries public for affidavits required for military service, passports, or steamship tickets, 7-give information and h... ...r of the officials and, for the most part, suffered under and disliked the military service. Such were the social conditions in the Tsar s regime whic...

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Petersburg Military District (Russian Empire)

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...Military Districts of the Russian Empire, 1913 The Petersburg Mi... ...Military Districts of the Russian Empire, 1913 The Petersburg Military D... ...Districts of the Russian Empire, 1913 The Petersburg Military District (Питербургский вое́нный о́круг) was a Mili... ...e Russian Empire, 1913 The Petersburg Military District (Питербургский вое́нный о́круг) was a Military District o... ... Military District (Питербургский вое́нный о́круг) was a Military District of the Russian Empire originally created in August 1864 following Order B-2... ...litary District (Питербургский вое́нный о́круг) was a Military District of the Russian Empire originally created in August 1864 following Order B-228 ... ...ry District (Питербургский вое́нный о́круг) was a Military District of the Russian Empire originally created in August 1864 following Order B-228 of D... ...the Russian Empire originally created in August 1864 following Order B-228 of Dmitry Milyutin, the Minister of War of the Russian Empire. The order, s... ... August established that "for local control of the Ground Armed Forces and military establishments, are formed ... Military-regional administrati...

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The Russian Immigrant

By: Davis, Jerome, 1891

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: THE RUSSIAN IMMIGRANT Author: JEROME DAVIS Language: English Subject: Fict... ... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: THE RUSSIAN IMMIGRANT Author: JEROME DAVIS Language: English Subject: Fiction,... ...... ....WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and o... ...phies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the ... ...... ...hich the author found dealing exclusively with immigrants from the Russian empire was a paper-bound volume entitled The Russians in America, which dea... ...ll steamship tickets, 6-act as notaries public for affidavits required for military service, passports, or steamship tickets, 7-give information and h... ...r of the officials and, for the most part, suffered under and disliked the military service. Such were the social conditions in the Tsar's regime whic...

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Russian Legion

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... From Russia to the Western Front. The Russian Legion wer... ... From Russia to the Western Front. The Russian Legion were a ... ... From Russia to the Western Front. The Russian Legion were a group of Russians from the R... ... The Russian Legion were a group of Russians from the Russian Expeditionary Force in France who continued fighting for the Allied cause in th... ...r the Bolshevik Revolution. Contents 1 Russian Expeditionary ... ... Russian Expeditionary Force The Russian Expeditionary Force was a World War I military force sent to... ...tionary Force The Russian Expeditionary Force was a World War I military force sent to France by the Russian Empire. In 1915 the Fr... ...h figure, probably based on their assumptions about Russia's 'unlimited' reserves. General Mikhail Alekseev, the Imperial Chief of Staff, was opposed ... ...cles with unsourced statements Articles with unsourced statements from January 2013 Military units and for...

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Russian Literature

By: Biddle, Horace Peters, 1811-1900

...1877. PRESERVATION COPYADDED ORIGINAL TO BE RETAINED lAR 9 1994. UNIVE y RUSSIAN LITERATURE. SINCE the Crimean war, in 1855, the power of Russia, al... ...DED ORIGINAL TO BE RETAINED lAR 9 1994. UNIVE y RUSSIAN LITERATURE. SINCE the Crimean war, in 1855, the power of Russia, although it suffered in that... ...94. UNIVE y RUSSIAN LITERATURE. SINCE the Crimean war, in 1855, the power of Russia, although it suffered in that contest, has been much more noticed... ...een much more noticed by other nations than it had been before ; and since the abolition of serfdom in her dominion, in 1861, her government has becom... ...noticed by other nations than it had been before ; and since the abolition of serfdom in her dominion, in 1861, her government has become a study for ... ...iterature more than a pass- ing notice. The reason may be plain. Her great military power is felt by the world, and her policy, in reference to the la... ...d the poet. Poetry precedes civilization not, indeed, in the shape 173419 RUSSIAN LITERATURE. of regular poems, but in bold expression and striking m... ...-ubjects ; but his more permanent fame rests on his history of the Russian Empire. This great work, however, having been written under the patronage o... ... head, claimed the right to ab- sorb all the Slavonic nations into her own empire was much discussed at this period, and was indeed the principle whic...

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Empire of Japan–Russian Empire relations

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... Japan The Relations between the Empire of Japan and the Russian Empire were minim... ... Japan The Relations between the Empire of Japan and the Russian Empire were minimal until 1855, mostly frie... ...apan The Relations between the Empire of Japan and the Russian Empire were minimal until 1855, mostly friendly fr... ... The Relations between the Empire of Japan and the Russian Empire were minimal until 1855, mostly friendly from 1855 to the ea... ...d the Russian Empire were minimal until 1855, mostly friendly from 1855 to the early 1890s, then turned hostile over the status of Korea. Diplomatic a... ...friendly from 1855 to the early 1890s, then turned hostile over the status of Korea. Diplomatic and commercial relations between the two empires were ... ... relations between the two empires were established from 1855 onwards. The Russian Empire officially ended in 1917, and was succeeded by Communist rul... ...es and dangers. In light of these events, Japan began modernization of its military and coastal defenses. Yevfimy Putyatin ... ...ers. Secondly, Japan became an emerging industrial and military power since the end of its self-imposed isolation in 1854. Thirdly...

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Proceedings : No. .73

By: Anglo Russian Literary Society

...2011 A6 no.73 Presented to the LIBRARY of the UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO by MAYOR COLLEGE RED) [NO. 73 THE... ...2011 A6 no.73 Presented to the LIBRARY of the UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO by MAYOR COLLEGE RED) [NO. 73 THE ANGLO-RUSSI... ...RARY of the UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO by MAYOR COLLEGE RED) [NO. 73 THE ANGLO-RUSSIAN JTERARY SOCIETY (FOUNDED IN 1893) (THE IMPERIAL INSTITUTE, LONDON, ... ...COLLEGE RED) [NO. 73 THE ANGLO-RUSSIAN JTERARY SOCIETY (FOUNDED IN 1893) (THE IMPERIAL INSTITUTE, LONDON, S.W.) PROCEEDINGS May, June, and July, 1915... ...CXV. ENTERED AT STATIONERS' HALI, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED [No. 73 THE ANGLO-RUSSIAN LITERARY SOCIETY (FOUNDED IN 1893) (THE IMPERIAL INSTITUTE, LONDON,... ...IETY THE IMPERIAL INSTITUTE, IMPERIAL INSTITUTE ROAD, LONDON, S.W. OBJECTS OF THE SOCIETY. 1. To promote the study of the Russian language and literat... ... that there are nearly 400,000 Slavs, speaking Slavonic, within the German Empire itself, not including the Lithuanians and Poles, whose numbers are v... ...tion. The political, social, educational, 29 labour, fiscal, territorial, military, naval, and other problems may be passed over on such an occasion ... ...he latter's numerous writings, which are only known to a special circle of military readers. Born in 1848, the future Minister was already a distingui...

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Russian Empire–United States relations

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...The relations between the Russian Empire and the United States of America (1776–1922) predate the Sov... ...The relations between the Russian Empire and the United States of America (1776–1922) predate the Soviet Unio... ...The relations between the Russian Empire and the United States of America (1776–1922) predate the Soviet Union–United St... ...The relations between the Russian Empire and the United States of America (1776–1922) predate the Soviet Union–United States relations (19... ...776–1922) predate the Soviet Union–United States relations (1922–1991) and the Russia–United States relations (1991–present). Relations between the tw... ... Contents 1 Establishment of relations (1776) 2 Russian involvement in... ... 1 Establishment of relations (1776) 2 Russian involvement in the American Revolutionary War ... ...ith the colonies, remain officially neutral, refuse Britain’s requests for military assistance, and insist on peace talks that linked a resolution of ... ... the Russians were an obvious choice to assist Britain with logistical and military support, as well as diplomatic efforts.[7] While Catherine seems t...

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Proceedings : No. .71

By: Anglo Russian Literary Society

...Anglo-Russian Literary Society Proceedings no.71 (19U) Presented to the LIBRARY of the UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO by MAYOR COLLEGE (PECM RBD) [No. ... ...Russian Literary Society Proceedings no.71 (19U) Presented to the LIBRARY of the UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO by MAYOR COLLEGE (PECM RBD) [No. 71 THE ANGLO... ... LIBRARY of the UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO by MAYOR COLLEGE (PECM RBD) [No. 71 THE ANGLO-RUSSIAN ITERARY SOCIETY (FOUNDED IN 1893) (THE IMPERIAL INSTITUTE... ...f the UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO by MAYOR COLLEGE (PECM RBD) [No. 71 THE ANGLO-RUSSIAN ITERARY SOCIETY (FOUNDED IN 1893) (THE IMPERIAL INSTITUTE, LONDON, ... ...XIV. ENTERED AT STATIONERS* HALL ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. [No. 71 THE ANGLO-RUSSIAN LITERARY SOCIETY (FOUNDED IN 1893) (THE IMPERIAL INSTITUTE, LONDON,... ...CIETY THE IMPERIAL INSTITUTE IMPERIAL INSTITUTE ROAD, LONDON, S.W. OBJECTS OF THE SOCIETY. 1 . To promote the study of the Russian Language and Litera... ...nst war under modern conditions. That at long last the Russian and English Empires are standing together, with France and glorious little Belgium, one... ... over-shoes,* and to follow him. We saluted his Majesty three times with a military salute. On another occasion we saw the Shah at Hamadan, the ancien... ...ovetz denies that Russia desires Persian territory ; and persists that the military occupation was "called forth by circum- stances, not by the will o...

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Military districts of the Russian Empire

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... In the Imperial Russian Army, a military district (Russian: вое́нный о́кр... ... In the Imperial Russian Army, a military district (Russian: вое́нный о́круг, voyenny okrug) ... ...al Russian Army, a military district (Russian: вое́нный о́круг, voyenny okrug) was a territorial association of military units, formations, military s... ...Russian Army, a military district (Russian: вое́нный о́круг, voyenny okrug) was a territorial association of military units, formations, military scho... ... military establishments. This territorial division type was utilized to provide a more efficient management of army units, their training and other o... ...d other operations activities related to combat readiness. History In the Imperial Russian Army, military distr... ...tions activities related to combat readiness. History In the Imperial Russian Army, military districts were fir... ... In the Imperial Russian Army, military districts were first formed by Dmitry Milyutin in 1862–64 to replace the pre-existing Military Inspectorates. ... ...lian administration regions of gubernyas and uyezds. By 1892 there were 13 Military Districts in the Russian Empire, and one region with the status of...

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Russian Literature

By: Kropotkin, Pyotr Alexeyevich, Kniaz, 1842-1921

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: RUSSIAN LITERATURE Author: P. KROPOTKIN Language: English Subject: Fiction... ...... ....WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and o... ...phies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the ... ..., and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the public, aid students and educators ... ...... ...publics, similar to the mediaeval city-republics of Western Europe. Now, a military State, powerfully sup- 1 6 RUSSIAN LITERATURE ported by the Churc... ...ity of the Moscow princes. Serfdom was introduced in order to increase the military power of the State. All independent local life was destroyed. The ... ... wrote a history of Russia, and began a large work on the geography of the Empire—a hard-working man who studied a great deal in many sciences, as wel...

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...Science fiction. Radio plays. SUMMARY: Presents two episodes from the science fiction adventure featuring Buck Rogers. With the aid of Dr. Huer's electrohypnotic-mentalophone, Buck tells how he was transferred from the 20th to the 25th century. The subsequent episode describes Dr. Huer's gy...

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Empire

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...on in 1900 Part of the Politics series Basic... ...in 1900 Part of the Politics series Basic fo... ...Politics series Basic forms of government Power structur... ... Hegemony Empire Unitary state ... ... Aristocracy Military junta ... ...central authority, either by a monarch (emperor, empress) or an oligarchy. The term empire is derived from the Latin term imperium (a rule, a command;... ... rule, a command; authority, control, power; supreme power, sole dominion; military authority; a dominion, realm) from imperare (to command).[1] ... ...e, the Carolingian Empire, the largely Germanic Holy Roman Empire, and the Russian Empire. Yet, these states did not always fit the geographic, politi... ... Reich) Russian ...

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Pictures of Russian History and Russian Literature

By: Volkonskii, Sergiei, Kniaz, 1860-1937

...KONSKY Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org AND RUSSIAN LITERATURE Title: PICTURES OF RUSSIAN HISTORY AND RUSSIAN LITE... ...on World Public Library.org AND RUSSIAN LITERATURE Title: PICTURES OF RUSSIAN HISTORY AND RUSSIAN LITERATURE Author: PRINCE SERGE WOLKONSKY La... ...... ....WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and o... ..., and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the public, aid students and educators ... ...... ...to belong to the world. In 1791, the Moscovian Tsardom becomes the Russian Empire. In this bird's-eyeview whichwe arenow taking of Rus- sian history, ... ...an history, it is nevertheless one of the most brilliant pages of Russia's military glory. In 1 799, the field-marshal, Count Souvorov, one of the glo... ... of a misty precipice, realize that they contemplate a monument of Russian military glory. Three future marshals of Na- poleon defeated, and under wha...

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Russian Revolution

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...Subcategories This category has the following 10 subcategories, out of 10 total. ... ...Subcategories This category has the following 10 subcategories, out of 10 total. B ... ... History books about the Russian Revolution ... ... History books about the Russian Revolution ... ... People of the Russian Revolution ... ... People of the Russian Revolution ... ... Post–Russian Empire states ... ...October Revolution P Petrograd Military Revolutionary Committee Petrograd Soviet P... ...October Revolution P Petrograd Military Revolutionary Committee Petrograd Soviet P...

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Pictures of Russian History and Russian Literature

By: Volkonskii, Sergiei, Kniaz, 1860-1937

...KONSKY Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org AND RUSSIAN LITERATURE Title: PICTURES OF RUSSIAN HISTORY AND RUSSIAN LITE... ...on World Public Library.org AND RUSSIAN LITERATURE Title: PICTURES OF RUSSIAN HISTORY AND RUSSIAN LITERATURE Author: PRINCE SERGE WOLKONSKY La... ...... ....WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and o... ..., and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the public, aid students and educators ... ...... ...to belong to the world. In 1791, the Moscovian Tsardom becomes the Russian Empire. In this bird's-eyeview whichwe arenow taking of Rus- sian history, ... ...an history, it is nevertheless one of the most brilliant pages of Russia's military glory. In 1799, the field-marshal. Count Souvorov, one of the glor... ... of a misty precipice, realize that they contemplate a monument of Russian military glory. Three future marshals of Na- poleon defeated, and under wha...

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Russian chanson

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...rench " chanson ") is a neologism for a musical genre covering a range of Russian songs, including city romance songs, author song performed by... ...ch " chanson ") is a neologism for a musical genre covering a range of Russian songs, including city romance songs, author song performed by s... ...ongwriter s, and blatnaya pesnya or "criminals' songs" that are based on the themes of the urban underclass and the criminal underworld. History ... ..., and blatnaya pesnya or "criminals' songs" that are based on the themes of the urban underclass and the criminal underworld. History Th­e Rus... ...es of the urban underclass and the criminal underworld. History Th­e Russian chanson originated in the Russian Empire . The songs sung by ser... ... the criminal underworld. History Th­e Russian chanson originated in the Russian Empire . The songs sung by serfs and political prisoners of... ... underworld. History Th­e Russian chanson originated in the Russian Empire . The songs sung by serfs and political prisoners of the Tsar a... ...living over 30 years earlier. Recurring themes in Chanson songs include: Military and patriotic themes. There is a sub-genre of Chanson known as Mil...

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Contemporary Russian Novelists

By: Persky, Serge M., 1870; Eisemann, Frederick, Tr

...K EISEMANN Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org RUSSIAN NOVELISTS Title: CONTEMPORARY RUSSIAN NOVELISTS Author: FREDER... ...... ....WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and o... ...phies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the ... ..., and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the public, aid students and educators ... ...... ... splendors and illusions. A sudden wave of life surged from one end of the empire to the other. Up above, the govern- ment was making reforms prudentl... ...he second. And the youngest exclaims, embracing her two sisters, while the military band plays the farewell march : " Ah, my dear sisters, your life i... ...es by the ferocity they exhibited in quelling internal troubles. As to the military doctors, the greater number of them went into the cam- paign only ...

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Military history of the Russian Empire

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... Grand Duchy of Moscow Tsardom of Russia ... ... Russian Empire ... ... Russian Empire ... ... Imperial Russian Army 1721–1917 ... ... The Military history of the Russian Empire encompasses the history of armed... ... The Military history of the Russian Empire encompasses the history of armed con... ... The Military history of the Russian Empire encompasses the history of armed conflict in which th... ...y of the Russian Empire encompasses the history of armed conflict in which the Empire participated. This history stretches from its creation in 1721 b... ...o the throne 2.1 Early rule and military reforms 2.2 Siege of Az...

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The Russians at the Gates of Herat

By: Marvin, Charles Thomas, 1854-1890

... Purchased for the LIBRARY of the UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO from the KATHLEEN MADILL BEQUEST Fron... ... Purchased for the LIBRARY of the UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO from the KATHLEEN MADILL BEQUEST Front. ... ...he UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO from the KATHLEEN MADILL BEQUEST Front. THE RUSSIANS AT THE GATES OFHEEAT BY CHARLES MARVIN, AUTHOR OF "THE RUSSIAN A... ...Y OF TORONTO from the KATHLEEN MADILL BEQUEST Front. THE RUSSIANS AT THE GATES OFHEEAT BY CHARLES MARVIN, AUTHOR OF "THE RUSSIAN ADVANCE TOWAR... ...T Front. THE RUSSIANS AT THE GATES OFHEEAT BY CHARLES MARVIN, AUTHOR OF "THE RUSSIAN ADVANCE TOWARDS INDIA," "MERV, THE QUEEN OF THE WORLD," "... ...lic know, from my writings, that I am a vigilant and anxious observer of the Russian advance towards India. I am thus, I suppose, both a Russophile an... ...rs himself more in the light of a citizen of the EnglishEmpire of that great empire thatembraces the five empires of England, of Canada, of Australia,... ...e Moscow Gazette SkobelefFs siege of Geok Tepe Russia determines to secure a military survey of Merv Alikhanoff proceeds to the oasis disguised as a t... ... Moscow Gazette Skobeleff's siege of Geok Tepe Russia determines to secure a military survey of Merv Alikhanoff proceeds to the oasis disguised as a t...

Bound with Malleson, G.B. The Russo-Afghan question and the invasion of India. London, 1885

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Military of the Swedish Empire

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... Svenska Stormaktens Armé Royal coat of arms of the early Swedish Empi... ...nska Stormaktens Armé Royal coat of arms of the early Swedish Empire ... ...rmé Royal coat of arms of the early Swedish Empire ... ...ig Lewenhaupt Manpower Military age ... ... From 1611 to 1721, Sweden was a European great power, becoming a dominant faction in the quest for control of the Balt... ... From 1611 to 1721, Sweden was a European great power, becoming a dominant faction in the quest for control of the Baltic Sea and a formidabl... ... was a European great power, becoming a dominant faction in the quest for control of the Baltic Sea and a formidable military power.[1] During this pe... ...e Grand Alliance and the Great Northern War Russian soldiers surrender themse... ... Gustaf Rehnskiöld the Caroleans desperately tried to overcome a heavily fortified line of defenses, but failed. The Russian army was 2.5 times the si...

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The Russians at Home, And the Russians Abroad, Sketches, Unpolitical and Political, Of Russian Life under Alexander II : Volume 2

By: Edwards, Henry Sutherland, 1828-1906

... >lj | '^ | «i«< ^^^^iSSSSN^^i^s^^ •MM*M#«aif*M*M iMMMWINMMMM \x u- THE RUSSIANS AT HOME AND THE RUSSIANS ABROAD: SKETCHES, UNPOLITICAL AND POL... ... | '^ | «i«< ^^^^iSSSSN^^i^s^^ •MM*M#«aif*M*M iMMMWINMMMM \x u- THE RUSSIANS AT HOME AND THE RUSSIANS ABROAD: SKETCHES, UNPOLITICAL AND POLITIC... ...IANS AT HOME AND THE RUSSIANS ABROAD: SKETCHES, UNPOLITICAL AND POLITICAL, OF BUSSIAN LIFE UNDER ALEXANDER II. BT H. SUTHERLA.ND EDWARDS. VOL. n. Ci L... ...ED BT W. H. ALLEN AND CO., 13 WATEBLOO PLACI. CONTENTS. PAGE CHAPTER I. — The Reform Period in Russia . 1 CHAPTER II.—The Reform Period in Russia (co... ...ion and Self- -GOVEETTBIENT . . . . .57 CHAPTER IV. — SomePracticalEffects of Serf- ' EMANCIPATION . . . .84 CHAPTER v.—Nihilism . . . .107 CHAPTER VI... ...vonian Agent in Eastern Galicia .... 197 IV CONTENTS. PAGE CHAPTER X.—The Russians in Poland . 202 CHAPTER XI.—The Russians in Central Asia 219 CHAPT... ...ladiferi ") cannot well be dis- missed as barbarians. Nearly all the great military, governmental, and foreign diplomatic posts fell into their hands ... ...puties might some day be called to sit in a central assembly for the whole empire. But the local assem- blies seem to have been devised simply to meet... ...no longer slavish, o£ the soldier in presence of his chiefs. " Come to the Military School/^ he said, " next Sun- day, and you will see something that...

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1st Army (Russian Empire)

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...The Russian First Army was a World War I Russian field army that fought on the Eastern Front for two years. The Fir... ...The Russian First Army was a World War I Russian field army that fought on the Eastern Front for two years. The First Army, commanded by General Paul... ...First Army, commanded by General Paul Rennenkampf, invaded East Prussia at the outbreak of war in 1914 along with the Second Army commanded by General... ...ommanded by General Paul Rennenkampf, invaded East Prussia at the outbreak of war in 1914 along with the Second Army commanded by General Alexander Sa... ...ommanded by General Alexander Samsonov. After declaring war on the German Empire, the Russian Empire had been able to mobilize very quickly. All Rus... ...General Alexander Samsonov. After declaring war on the German Empire, the Russian Empire had been able to mobilize very quickly. All Russian forces ... ...e to mobilize very quickly. All Russian forces were put under the command of Grand Duke Nikolai and his Quartermaster General Yuri Danilov. The inva... ... Brigade ::1st Independent Cavalry Brigade ::1st Heavy Artillery Brigade Military Fronts in which the 1st Army participated Northwestern Front (July...

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The Russians at Home, And the Russians Abroad, Sketches, Unpolitical and Political, Of Russian Life under Alexander II : Volume 1

By: Edwards, Henry Sutherland, 1828-1906

...; », r „r~i..^»mmmmr. *»^;*iXj«s>wC ivi^"."-»o' ' j -' % *> fi I *» THE RUSSIANS AT HOME AND THE RUSSIANS ABROAD. jfi**,X3* ^ THE RUSSIANS A... ... r „r~i..^»mmmmr. *»^;*iXj«s>wC ivi^"."-»o' ' j -' % *> fi I *» THE RUSSIANS AT HOME AND THE RUSSIANS ABROAD. jfi**,X3* ^ THE RUSSIANS AT HO... ...S AT HOME AND THE RUSSIANS ABROAD. jfi**,X3* ^ THE RUSSIANS AT HOME AND THE RUSSIANS ABROAD: SKETCHES, UNPOLITICAL AND POLITICAL, OF RUSSIAN LIFE U... ... HOME AND THE RUSSIANS ABROAD. jfi**,X3* ^ THE RUSSIANS AT HOME AND THE RUSSIANS ABROAD: SKETCHES, UNPOLITICAL AND POLITICAL, OF RUSSIAN LIFE UNDER... ...IANS AT HOME AND THE RUSSIANS ABROAD: SKETCHES, UNPOLITICAL AND POLITICAL, OF RUSSIAN LIFE UNDER ALEXANDER II. BY H. SUTHERLAND EDWARDS, VOL. I. LONDO... ...ven a big book ; and the two volumes now offered to the public form a work of rather formidable dimensions. The author has nothing to say about them e... ...ing but an opportunity for extorting money. Sometimes an employe, civil or military, wearing the Government uniform, would refuse to pay, on the prete... ...things that strikes the traveller inthe capital o£ the north is the rigid, military aspect o£ the streets, with all the houses drawn up in line, or in... ...vernment not only employs but creates the best high-class work- men in the empire. Some of the " fabrics " are like palaces, and so are other public b...

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State Council (Russian Empire)

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...The State Council was the supreme state advisory body to the Tsar in Imperial Russia. 18th century Early Tsars' Councils were small... ...a. 18th century Early Tsars' Councils were small and dealt primarily with the external politics. Peter I of Russia introduced the Secret Council. Ca... ...uncils were small and dealt primarily with the external politics. Peter I of Russia introduced the Secret Council. Catherine I of Russia introduced t... ...upreme Secret Council. Its role varied during different reigns. Peter III of Russia created the Imperial Council on May 20, 1762 ("Императорский Сове... ...sky's reforms. Although envisaged by Speransky as the upper chamber of the Russian parliament, it was actually an advisory legislative body composed o... ... fit. During 1906-1917, the status of the State Council was defined by the Russian Constitution of 1906. Its chairman was appointed by the Tsar. Half ... ...members were appointed by the Tsar from persons distinguished at civil and military service, and half by elections from various categories of society,... ...was the upper house of the parliament, while the State Duma of the Russian Empire was the lower house. Compared to the contemporary British House of L...

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Russian Expansion on the Pacific, 1641-1850 : An Account of the Earliest and Later Expeditions Made by the Russians Along the Pacific Coast of Asia and North America, Including Some Related Expeditions to the Arctic Regions

By: Golder, Frank Alfred, 1877-1929

... BERKELEY LIBRARY UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA . UNDERGRAD. LIBRARY JAMES K.MOFFITT X 2-t/ RUSSIAN... ...UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA . UNDERGRAD. LIBRARY JAMES K.MOFFITT X 2-t/ RUSSIAN EXPANSION ON THE PACIFIC 1641-1850 /" !' uointe fue too e/i-... ...NIA . UNDERGRAD. LIBRARY JAMES K.MOFFITT X 2-t/ RUSSIAN EXPANSION ON THE PACIFIC 1641-1850 /" !' uointe fue too e/i- r ' ffourenr mpeche ... ...sle and based on his conversation with Bering [Delisle Manuscripts, xxv, 6] RUSSIAN EXPANSION ON THE PACIFIC 1641-1850 ANACCOUNT OFTHE EARLIEST AND L... ...conversation with Bering [Delisle Manuscripts, xxv, 6] RUSSIAN EXPANSION ON THE PACIFIC 1641-1850 ANACCOUNT OFTHE EARLIEST AND LATER EXPEDITIONS MADE... ... EARLIEST AND LATER EXPEDITIONS MADE BY THE RUSSIANS ALONG THE PACIFIC COAST OF ASIA AND NORTH AMERICA; INCLUDING SOME RELATED EXPEDITIONS TO THE ARCT... ...pt where local conditions demanded modifications. Agri- culture, mining, and military affairs, which reached a certain importance west of Jakutsk, wer... ... made as to the relation of the natives with China, whether officers of that empire came among them and for what purpose. Poyarkof with his company de... ...r hand it should be pointed out that the Rus- sians had a great advantage in military equipment, every one of their men had a gun, while the rank and ...

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Russian language

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... Russia, other post-Soviet states, Germany, Israel, the United States, Canada, and other parts of Western Europe ... ...Soviet states, Germany, Israel, the United States, Canada, and other parts of Western Europe ... ... Russian ... ... Old East Slavic Russian ... ... A number of municipalities in Tulcea County and Constanța County ... ...d by Russian Language Institute[22] at the Russian Academy of Sciences ... ... tongue.[35][37][38] As the Grand Duchy of Finland was part of the Russian Empire from 1809 to 1918, a number of Russian speakers have remained in Fin... ...ling reform of 1918. Political circumstances and Soviet accomplishments in military, scientific and technological matters (especially cosmonautics), g... ... Military ...

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Landmarks in Russian Literature

By: Baring, Maurice, 1874-1945

...ICE BARING Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org RUSSIAN LITERATURE Title: LANDMARKS IN RUSSIAN LITERATURE Author: MAUR... ...... ....WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and o... ...phies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the ... ..., and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the public, aid students and educators ... ...... ..., an irreducible obstinacy which makes for strength; otherwise the Russian Empire would not exist. But where the want of the cement of hypocrisy is mo... ...ly trifling fault. The unswerv- ing performance of duty, and all the great military qualities which he noted in the former, did not seem to him to cou... ...reliminary studies were ended, he was sent with his brother to a school of military engineers at St. Petersburg. Here his interest in literature, whic...

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Russian Navy

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... Emblem of the Russian Navy ... ... Emblem of the Russian Navy ... ... Emblem of the Russian Navy Act... ... Branch Russian Armed Forces Type ... ... March "Экипаж—Одна семья" (The Crew—One Family) Anniver... ... Navies of Russia Imp... ...России), tr. Voyenno-morskoy Flot Rossiyskoy Federatsii (VMF Rossii), lit. Military-Maritime Fleet of the Russian Federation) is the naval arm of the ... ...-Maritime Fleet of the Russian Federation) is the naval arm of the Russian military. The present Russian Navy was formed in January 1992, succeeding t... ...sacks conducted military campaigns against the Crimean Khanate and Ottoman Empire, using sailboats and rowboats. The Don Cossacks called them strugs (...

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Landmarks in Russian Literature

By: Baring, Maurice, 1874-1945

...ld Public Library.org LITERATURE, SECOND EDITION Title: LANDMARKS IN RUSSIAN LITERATURE, SECOND EDITION Author: MAURICE BARING Language: English... ...... ....WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and o... ...phies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the ... ..., and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the public, aid students and educators ... ...... ..., an irreducible obstinacy which makes for strength; otherwise the Russian Empire would not exist. But where the want of the cement of hypocrisy is mo... ...ly trifling fault. The unswerv- ing performance of duty, and all the great military qualities which he noted in the former, did not seem to him to cou... ...reliminary studies were ended, he was sent with his brother to a school of military engineers at St/ Petersburg. Here his interest in literature, whic...

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Russian literature

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...stoy, 1901 Part of a series on the Culture o... ... Part of a series on the Culture of Russia ... ... Flag Coat of arms Cultural ico... ... Russian literature refers to the literature of Russia or its émigrés and to... ... Russian literature refers to the literature of Russia or its émigrés and to the Russian-language literat... ...an literature refers to the literature of Russia or its émigrés and to the Russian-language literature of several independent nations once a part of w... ...universe”.[6] Peter the Great's policies of westernization and displays of military prowess naturally attracted Sumarokov and his contemporaries. ... ...r nature, and was therefore drawn to Peter because of the magnitude of his military, architectural, and cultural feats. In contrast to Sumarokov's dev... ...for their novels on Medieval Rus, and Yury Tynyanov for writing on Russian Empire. Valentin Pikul wrote about many different epochs and countries in a...

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The Russian Conquest of the Caucasus

By: Baddeley, John F. (John Frederick), 1854-1940

.... BADDELEY Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org OF THE CAUCASUS Title: THE RUSSIAN CONQUEST OF THE CAUCASUS Author: JO... ...ADDELEY Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org OF THE CAUCASUS Title: THE RUSSIAN CONQUEST OF THE CAUCASUS Author: JOHN ... ...ure Collection World Public Library.org OF THE CAUCASUS Title: THE RUSSIAN CONQUEST OF THE CAUCASUS Author: JOHN F. BADDELEY Language: English... ...... ....WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and o... ...... ... likened to a mighty fortress, strong by nature, artificially protected by military •works, and defended by a numerous garrison. Only thoughtless men ... ...ronghold. A ivise commander -would see the necessity of having recourse to military art, and would lay his parallels, advance by sap and mine, and so ... ...eration. As the whole of the Caucasus forms part and parcel of the Russian Empire, and has done since 1864, and as Russian is the official language of...

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Russian American

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... 3,163,084 self-reported[1] 1.0% of the U.S. population (2009) 409,000 Russian-born[2] ... ... 3,163,084 self-reported[1] 1.0% of the U.S. population (2009) 409,000 Russian-born[2] ... ...ed[1] 1.0% of the U.S. population (2009) 409,000 Russian-born[2] 0.13% of the U.S. population ... ... (2009) 409,000 Russian-born[2] 0.13% of the U.S. population Regio... ...009) 409,000 Russian-born[2] 0.13% of the U.S. population Regions ... ...Languages American English, Russian (Russian language in the US) ... ... 2.2.1 Jewish Immigration and Antisemitism in the Russian Empire ... ... state of Alaska was settled by the Russians and controlled by the Russian Empire. The southernmost such post of the Russian American Company was Fort... ...yeva, daughter of Joseph Stalin, who left in 1967. Some were diplomats and military personnel who defected to sell their knowledge, such as the pilots...

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