Russia: Tsarist and Communist

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Index
Academia, publishing house, 689
Academic degrees restored, 678
Academy of Arts, 456
Academy of Sciences, 125, 456
Acta Mathematica, 400
Adamists, 690
Adashev, A. F., 52, 58
Adenauer, in Moscow, 884
Admiralty Dockyards, 509
Adrian, Patriarch, 121
Adrianople, fall of ( 1878), 301
Advisory Council on Italian Affairs, 810
Aehrenthal, Count, 373-374
Aestheticism banned, 686
Afghanistan guarded by Great Britain, 239
Afinogenov, playwright, 706
Agitation for immediate peace, 565-566
Agitka, 707
Agrarian unrest, 347, 667
Agreement of March 1915,541
Agricultural communes, 599
Agricultural revolution, 665
Aivazovsky, I., painter, 461
Akerman convention, denounced ( 1827), 244
Akhmatova (Gorenko), Anna, 686, 696
Akimov, I., painter, 456
Aksakov, I. S., 225, 238,275
Alabama Claims, 640
Åland Islands, 5, 199, 252, 813
Alaska sold, 297
Albazin, fort, 241
Alcohol, unlawful manufacture of, 563
Aldanov (Landau), M. A., 686
Alekseev (Alexeev), General, 554, 565, 603
Alexander Nevsky, 31; as a literary theme, 701; Cathedral, 519-520
Alexander I, reign of ( 1801-1825), 191- 213; childhood, 191-192; professes liberal ideas, 192; repeals laws of previous reign, 194; on serfdom, 195-96; ministry reforms, 195; requests Senate to plan reforms, 194; visits Berlin, 197; Tilsit Peace, 197- 198; Erfurt meeting, 199; invasion of Moscow, 204; retreat, 205; war effect, 209; march into western Europe, 205-206; enters Paris, 206; at Vienna, 207; and Poland, 207-208; and Baroness Krüdener, 208; and Metternich, 210-211; end of reign, 213
Alexander II, reign of ( 1855-1881), 253- 303; background, 103; reforms, 256- 259, 270-275; assassinated, 275,290
Alexander III, reign of ( 1881-1894), 304-313; personality of, 305; campaign against subversion, 307-308; diplomatic situation, 309-310; agrarian conditions, 310-313
Alexander column, 526
Alexandrov, Prof., 709
Alexandrovskaya Sloboda, 59
Alexeev, see Alekseev
Alexis, reign of ( 1645-1676), 81-101; Moscow and Constantinople, 81-83; status of Cossacks, 83-87; church and state, 87-93; Razin rebellion, 97; Western infiltration, 97-101
Alexis, son of Peter I, 110-111
Alexis, Metropolitan of Leningrad, 785
All Power to the Soviet, slogan, 563-564; 582
All-Russian Congress of Peasants' Deputies supports Kerensky, 573
All-Russian Congress of Soviets ( Nov. 1917), 584
All-Russian Peasants' Congress ( Nov. 1905), 357
AI1-Slavism, 782-783
Allied intervention and civil war, 601- 603; on eastern front, 602
Allied landing in Archangel, 605-606
Allied missions sent to Russia, 567
Allied Supreme Council favors support of forces that oppose Germany, 603

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