Russia: Tsarist and Communist

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1 THE GEOGRAPHICAL BACKGROUND1
2 THE APPEARANCE Of THE VARANGIANS10
3 THE MONGOLIAN INVASION28
4 THE GATHERING OF RUSSIA40
5 THE REIGN OF IVAN THE TERRIBLE51
6 THE TIME OF TROUBLES65
7 THE REIGN OF MICHAEL ROMANOV (1613-1645)75
8 THE REIGN OF ALEXIS (1645-1676)81
9 THE REIGN OF PETER I (1682-1725)102
10 CATHERINE I AND PETER II (1725-1730)126
11 THE REIGN OF ANNE (1730-1740)131
12 THE REIGN OF ELIZABETH (1741-1762)142
13 PETER III AND CATHERINE II (1762-1796)153
14 THE REIGN OF PAUL (1796-1801)182
15 THE REIGN OF ALEXANDER I (1801-1825)191
16 THE REIGN OF NICHOLAS I (1825-1855)214
17 THE REIGN OF ALEXANDER II (1855-1881)253
18 THE REIGN OF ALEXANDER III (1881-1894)304
19 THE REIGN OF NICHOLAS II: EARLY PERIOD (1894-1904)314
20 THE RUSSO-JAPANESE WAR AND THE REVOLUTION, 1904-1905335
21 THE REIGN OF NICHOLAS II: FROM REVOLUTION TO WORLD WAR I (1906-1914)372
22 THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE SCIENCES IN RUSSIA392
23 THE LITERARY HERITAGE OF IMPERIAL RUSSIA410
24 PAINTING IN RUSSIA454
25 THE MUSIC OF RUSSIA468
26 RUSSIAN ARCHITECTURE501

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