The Russian Empire, 1801-1917

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents xiii
  • List of Maps xvii
  • Note on Dates, Spelling, and Measures xix
  • Part I - Eighteenth-Century Russia 1
  • I - Political and Social Forces 1
  • II - Russia as a Great Power 41
  • Part II - The Alexandrine Age 69
  • III - Reform and Resistance 69
  • IV - War and Peace 127
  • V - The Aftermath 153
  • Part III - The Gendarme of Europe 199
  • IV - Government 199
  • VII - Social Development 227
  • VIII - Ideas and Movements 250
  • IX - Foreign Relations 280
  • Part IV - The Tsar Liberator 332
  • X - The Great Reforms 332
  • XI - From Disenchantment to Assassination 378
  • XII - Foreign Policy 430
  • Part V - The Age of Counter-Reform 460
  • XIII - Government 460
  • XIV - Social Development 506
  • XV - Political Movements 547
  • XVI - Foreign Policy 567
  • Part VI - From Revolution to Revolution 598
  • XVII - The Days of Liberty 598
  • XVIII - The Age of Stolypin 628
  • XIX - Foreign Policy 677
  • XX - The End of the Monarchy 698
  • Conclusions 728
  • Bibliography 743
  • Index of Persons 783
  • Index of Places and Subjects 799
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