INDEX
ABAZA, 280, 283sqq.
Abdul Hamid, 223, 236, 240, 265
Aehrenthal, 331
Afghanistan, Agreement between Russia and England respecting, 230, 351
Afghans, 226
Agriculture, 57
Akimoff, President of Council of Empire, 190
Aksakoff, 39
Alexander I., 37, 45
Alexander II., 8, 21, 38, 76; assassi- nation of, 77, 84, 118, 151, 156
Alexander III., 34, 39, 43, 44, 54, 58, 72, 86, 91, 98, 106, 126, 150, 260, 321, 372.
Alexandra Feodorovna, Empress, 270
Alexeyeff, Admiral, 135, 280, 283, 284
Alexis, Grand Duke, 285
Alexis Mikhailovitch, 49, 134
Algeciras Conference, 396
Alsace and Lorraine, 318sqq., 348, 398
Ambrose, Metropolitan of Kharkoff, 91
America, United States of, 342 sqq., 376
Amphitheatroff, M., 149
Anarchist bias in Russian race, 26
Anarchy, Spirit of, 390
Anglican Church, Correspondence of Metropolitan Isidore with, 92
Anglo-French Entente, 399
Anglo-German agreement,
Anglo-Russian Entente, 257
Antoninus, Bishop, 158
Armenian Church and schools, 152
Armenians, 20, 43, 119, 132, 145, 222, 229, 235, 238, 259, 265, 372
Army, Russian, 44, 50, 384, 387
Assembly, Constituent, 10
Austria, 35, 40, 233
Autocracy, 37, 48, 129sqq., 140sqq., 151, 182, 375
Azeff, Yevno, head spy of Russian 382 government, 46, 119, 133, 158-182,
Baghdad railway, 368
Bakunin, 68, 72, 106
Barnabas or Varnava, Bishop of Tobolsk, 197
Believers, Old (section of Orthodox Church), 54, 88, 95, 153sqq. Benckendorff, Count, 297
Bethmann-Hollweg, 368
Bezobrazoff, 135, 254, 280, 283, 288
Birileff, Admiral, 237, 299, 367
Bismarck and the Eros telegram, 287
Björke, Secret Treaty of, 237, 312- 370; details of, 393; text of, 412
Black Sea, Treaties relative to the, 240
Blaramberg, 108
Bloch, Jean, 270
Bloody Sunday, 110, 159, 185
Bobrikoff, General, 259
Boer War, 230, 318, 398
Bolshevik revolution of 1917, 10, 33, 146, 239, 388
Bosphorus, Territory on Upper, 231, Bouliguine Bill, 339
Boxers' insurrection, 41, 279
Bulgaria, 225
Bülow, Count von, 250, 268, 312n., 319, 325
Bulyghin, A. T., 294
Bund, Revolutionary, 7
Bureau, Rule of the, 83-105
Bureaucracy, 9, 48, 71, 140, 141, 151, 181
Burtzeff, 179, 283n.
Bytchkoff, Athanasius, 91
Capital, Foreign, introduced into Russian Empire, 60
Caprivi, Count, 321
Catherine, Wars of, 45, 224
Catherine II., 47

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