A
HISTORY
OF
RUSSIA

By JESSE D. CLARKSON

RANDOM HOUSE • NEW YORK

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A History of Russia
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • A Note on Russian Dates and Names ix
  • Contents xi
  • Chapter Introductory 3
  • Chapter 2- The Emergence of Russia: 9th to 11th Centuries 24
  • Notes 37
  • Chapter 3- The Kievan Period: 11th to 13th Centuries 39
  • Notes 52
  • Notes 53
  • Chapter 5- Appanage Rus and the Rise of Moscow: 13th to 15th Centuries 66
  • Notes 67
  • Chapter 6- The Formation of the Muscovite State: 1462-1533 84
  • Notes 101
  • Chapter 7- Ivan the Terrible: 1533-1584 103
  • Ivan and the Boyars 123
  • Chapter 8- Boris Godunov and the Troubles: 1584-1613 125
  • Notes 145
  • Chapter 9- The First Romanovs and Old Muscovy: 1613-1689 146
  • Notes 164
  • Chapter The First Romanovs and the Impact of the West: 1613-1689 165
  • Notes 185
  • Chapter 11- Peter the Great: 1682-1725 187
  • Chapter 12- The Petrine Reform: 1698-1725 206
  • Notes 224
  • Chapter 13- Triumph of the Nobility: 1725-1762 225
  • Notes 242
  • Chapter 14- Aristocracy or Bureaucracy: 1762-1815 243
  • Notes 261
  • Chapter 15- Reaction and Intellectual Ferment: 1815-1855 262
  • Notes 276
  • Chapter 16- Forces of Change: 1750-1856 277
  • Notes 291
  • Chapter 17- The Great Reforms: 1857-1875 293
  • Chapter 18- Revolutionary Thought and Official Reaction: 1860-1900 317
  • Notes 339
  • Chapter 19- The Autocracy at the Close of the Century: 1860-1900 341
  • Notes 365
  • Chapter 20- The Revolution of 1905: 1900-1905 366
  • Notes 384
  • Chapter 21- Reaction, Reform, or Revolution? 1905-1907 385
  • Chapter 22- The Balance of Forces: 1907-1914 401
  • Notes 414
  • Chapter 23- War and Revolution: 1914-1917 416
  • Notes 434
  • Chapter 24- Revolution: March to June, 1917 436
  • Notes 454
  • Chapter 25- Demise of the Revolution: July to November, 1917 456
  • Notes 476
  • Chapter 26- The Quest for a Breathing Spell: November, 1917--May, 1918 479
  • Notes 502
  • Chapter 27- The Crisis of Bolshevism: 1918-1921 506
  • Chapter 28- Launching of the New Economic Policy: 1920-1922 534
  • Notes 554
  • Chapter 29- The Roaring Twenties: 1922-1928 557
  • Notes 579
  • Chapter 30- Piatiletka: 1928-1934 582
  • Notes 602
  • Chapter 31- Purgatory: 1934-1939 604
  • Notes 623
  • Chapter 32- "Democracy" and Nationalism: 1934--1941 625
  • Notes 645
  • Chapter 33- The Road to War: 1934-1941 647
  • Notes 671
  • Chapter 34- The Tensions of War: 1941-1945 673
  • Chapter 35- The Tensions of Peace: 1945-1953 694
  • The International Outlook And The "Cold War" 720
  • Chapter 36- The New Soviet Man: 1953-1961 722
  • Notes 739
  • Chapter 37- Epilogue: 1953-1961 741
  • Bibliography 757
  • Chronology 793
  • Index 821
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