The Emperors and Empresses of Russia: Rediscovering the Romanovs

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Suggestions for Further Reading
Alexander John T. Catherine the Great: Life and Legend ( New York, 1989).
Anderson M. S. Peter the Great ( London, 1978).
Anisimov Evgenii V. The Reforms of Peter the Great; Progress through Coercion in Russia, trans. and ed. John T. Alexander ( Armonk, 1993).
Catherine II. The Memoirs of Catherine the Great ( New York, 1955).
Charques Richard. The Twilight of Imperial Russia ( London, 1958, 1974).
Cherniavsky Michael. Tsar and People: Studies in Rusian Myths ( New Haven, 1961).
Cracraft James, ed., Peter the Great Transforms Russia, 3d ed. ( Lexington and Toronto, 1991).
de A Custine. Journey for Our Time: Russia--1839, ed. and trans. P. P. Kohler ( London, 1980). Reprint.
De Isabel Madariaga. Catherine the Great: A Short History ( New Haven, 1990).
------. Russia in the Age of Catherine the Great ( New Haven, 1981).
Dziewanowski M. K. Alexander I: Russia's Mysterious Tsar ( New York, 1990).
Egan David R., and Melinda A. Egan, Russian Autocrats from Ivan the Great to the Fall of the Romanov Dynasty: An Annotated Bibliography of English Language Sources to 1985 ( Metuchen, NJ, and London, 1987).
Ferro Marc. Nicholas II: The Last of the Tsars, trans. Brian Pearce ( New York, 1993).
Gasiorowska Xenia. The Image of Peter the Great in Russian Fiction ( Madison, 1979).
Grey Ian. The Romanovs: The Rise and Fall of a Dynasty ( Garden City, NY, 1970).
Griffiths David M. "Catherine II: The Republican Empress", Jahrbücher für Geschichte Osteuropas, vol. 21 ( 1973), pp. 323-44.
Harcave Sidney. Years of the Golden Cockerel: The Last Romanov Tsars, 1814-1917 ( New York, 1968).
Hartley Janet M. Alexander I ( London, 1994).
Hughes Lindsey. Sophia: Regent of Russia, 1657-1704 ( New Haven, 1990).
Klyuchevsky V. O. Peter the Great ( New York, 1964).
Leonard Carol S. Reform and Regicide: The Reign of Peter III of Russia ( Bloomington, 1993).
Lieven Dominic C. Nicholas II: Emperor of All the Russias ( London, 1993).
------. Nicholas II: Twilight of the Empire ( New York, 1994).
Lincoln W. B. In War's Dark Shadow: The Russians before the Great War ( New York, 1983, 1994).
------. Nicholas I ( Bloomington, 1978).
------. The Romanovs: Autocrats of All the Russias ( New York, 1981).

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Table of contents

  • The New Russian History ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • About the Editors and Contributors vii
  • Preface ix
  • Introduction xiii
  • Emperor Peter I, 1682-1725 3
  • Empress Anna Ivanovna, 1730-1740 37
  • Empress Elizabeth I, 1741-1762 66
  • Emperor Peter III, 1762 101
  • Empress Catherine II, 1762-1796 134
  • Emperor Paul I, 1796-1801 177
  • Emperor Alexander I, 1801-1825 216
  • Emperor Nicholas I, 1825-1855 256
  • Emperor Alexander II, 1855-1881 294
  • Emperor Alexander III, 1881-1894 334
  • Emperor Nicholas II, 1894-1917 369
  • Suggestions for Further Reading 403
  • Index 405
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