Modern Russian History: Being An Authoritative and Detailed History of Russia from the Age of Catherine the Great to the Revolution of 1917 - Vol. 1

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MODERN RUSSIAN HISTORY
Being an authoritative and detailed history of Russia from the Age of Catherine the Great to the Present

By ALEXANDER KORNILOV Professor at the Politechnicum of Peter the Great In Petrograd

Volume One

The Borzoi ALFRED A. KNOPF New York MCMXVI

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Modern Russian History: Being An Authoritative and Detailed History of Russia from the Age of Catherine the Great to the Revolution of 1917 - Vol. 1
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents vii
  • Part One 1
  • Chapter I 3
  • Chapter II 23
  • Chapter III 50
  • Chapter IV 64
  • Chapter V 77
  • Chapter VI 96
  • Chapter VII 114
  • Chapter VIII 130
  • Chapter IX 146
  • Chapter X 165
  • Chapter XI 181
  • Chapter XII 196
  • Chapter XIII 209
  • Part Two 221
  • Chapter XIV 223
  • Chapter XV 241
  • Chapter XVI 252
  • Chapter XVII 266
  • Chapter XVIII 279
  • Chapter XIX 299
  • Addenda 311
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