The Military and Society in Russia: 1450-1917

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INDEX
1827 Law on Conscription: 417, 424
1905 Revolution: 294–295, 316, 320
Abbreviated chronicle: 29
Abkhazia: 8
Adriatic Sea: 496
Afghanistan: 193
Aleksei Mikhailovich (Tsar): 106, 119–145, 391, 394
Alexander I: 7, 421, 448, 458, 461, 469, 488–489, 503, 505
Alexander II: 294, 420, 503, 507–508, 510–511
Alexander III: 263, 296, 420
Amu Daria River: 178
Andrusovo (Treaty of): 79, 99–100, 121, 175
Arkhangel'sk: 51, 69, 73–74, 76–77, 80, 83, 93–94
Armenia: 8, 192, 449, 542
Astrakhan': 5, 35–37, 51, 92, 176, 178, 183, 374; Rebellion of: 158
Austria: 10–11, 89, 177, 180, 182–184, 187, 189–190, 192–193, 198, 214, 219, 419, 493, 495, 504, 536, 540
Azerbaizhan': 8, 449
Azov: 51
Bakhchisarai (Treaty of): 115, 117
Baku: 183
Balkans: 10, 193, 233, 271, 320, 430, 436–437, 493
Baltic Germans: 181–182, 192, 212, 218
Baltic Sea: 6, 120–121, 175, 178–179, 182, 184, 187, 190, 194, 215, 232, 241–242, 249, 302, 313, 393
Bashkir rebellion: 156
Bashkirs: 201
Bashmakov, Dementii: 127–128
Bavaria: 189, 477
Belgium: 485
Belgorod (fortified line): 5, 48, 50–51, 53, 135, 141
Belorussia: 8, 12, 14, 121–125, 129, 134–136, 139, 178, 186, 189, 393
Berlin: 181–182, 186, 190, 202, 213, 471
Bessarabia: 190, 431
Black Sea: 8, 10, 120, 175, 183–184, 194, 501
Blagodarov, Ia. I.: 238
Bolsheviks: 11–13, 274, 290
Bonaparte, Louis: 493, 496
Bosporus Strait: 493
Brandenburg: 177, 180–181, 215, 217
Brest-Litovsk: 178, 540
Briansk: 133, 136, 178, 185–186, 431, 434–437
Britain: 181, 189, 193, 276, 294, 392, 394, 399, 411, 491–505, 541, 543
Bucharest: 183
Bukhara: 8
Bukovina: 431, 539
Bulavin rebellion: 156, 158
Bulgaria: 183, 435
Bundism: 535
Byzantium: 351
Calvinism: 397
Carolingian Empire: 2
Carpathian Mountains: 526, 535
Caspian Sea: 175, 177, 193
Catherine I: 158
Catherine II (the Great): 7, 183, 202, 232, 442, 461, 504
Caucasus: 6, 10, 187, 190–191, 232, 242, 302, 449, 458, 461, 492, 504
Central Asia: 5–6, 10, 177
Central Powers: 504
Charles XI (Sweden): 132
Charles XII: 177
Chechnia: 8
Cherkasskii, Alexander: 177
China: 82, 176, 179, 184, 186
Church of the Holy Sepulcher: 491–505
Civil War: 11
Constantinople: 183, 189, 352, 357, 396, 492
Constitutional Democratic Party (Kadets): 304–306
Copenhagen: 176

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