Peter the Great: Emperor of All Russia

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CONTENTS
Preface9
I MUSCOVY IN THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY15
II THE EARLY YEARS, 1672-168736
III THE REVOLT OF THE STRELTSI, 168243
IV THE REGENCY OF SOFIA, 168248
V PETER AT PLAY, 1682-168952
VI THE FALL OF SOFIA, 168958
VII PETER'S WESTERN TUTELAGE BEGINS, 1689-169366
VIII ARCHANGEL, 1693-169476
IX THE Azov CAMPAIGNS, 1695-169682
X THE NAVY, 1697-169893
XI THE GRAND EMBASSY, 169799
XII PETER IN HOLLAND, 1697106
XIII PETER IN ENGLAND, 1698114
XIV VIENNA AND THE RETURN TO MOSCOW, 1698125
XV THE BEGINNING OF THE NEW ERA, 1698135
XVI THE VORONEZH FLEET, 1698-1699147
XVII PREPARATIONS FOR WAR WITH SWEDEN, 1699-1700156
XVIII CHARLES XII AND THE NORTHERN WAR, 1700172
XIX THE AFTERMATH OF NARVA, 1700-1702182
XX CATHERINE197
XXI REFORMS: PETER IN ARCHANGEL, 1702203
XXII CONQUEST OF INGRIA, 1702-1703211

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