10 edition of Understanding imperial Russia found in the catalog.
Understanding imperial Russia
|Statement||Marc Raeff ; translated by Arthur Goldhammer ; foreword by John Keep.|
|LC Classifications||DK113 .R3413 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 248 p. :|
|Number of Pages||248|
|LC Control Number||83026241|
Book Description: From the eighteenth century until its collapse in , Imperial Russia – as distinct from Muscovite Russia before it and Soviet Russia after it – officially held that the Russian nation consisted of three branches: Great Russian, Little Russian (Ukrainian), and White Russian (Belarusian). This is not a timid book. Social Identity in Imperial Russia attempts both to synthesize the results of twenty years of social history research and to explain “the relationships between state building, large-scale social structures, and everyday life” (p. x). In its ambitious sweep the book resembles an earlier work of synthesis and interpretation, Marc Raeff’s excellent Understanding Author: Adele Lindenmeyr.
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Understanding Imperial Russia is based on a series of seminars the Professor gave in Paris in the s, and is a look at the political and social pressures that pulled Russian society apart, and lead to the revolutions of the 20th century. In the first chapter, The Muscovite Background, Raeff explores both the changes brought about in law and Cited by: Understanding Imperial Russia book.
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Get this from a library. Understanding Imperial Russia: State and Society in the Old Regime. [Marc Raeff; Arthur Goldhammer; John Keep] -- Examines Russia's past back to the distant epoch which saw the emergence and consolidation of the empire of the tsars in order to compare and contrast pre and post revolutionary Russia and between.
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In Imperial Russia, the landed estates provided a. Imperial Russia. likes 3 talking about this. Imperial Russia is a site dedicated both to the past of Imperial Russia and to the possibility of a restoration of monarchy in ers: This book is extremely important for understanding the Soviet legacy in contemporary Russia, because it shows a section of Soviet society and focuses on one criterion, thereby enabling an.
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Ginn and Company, Imperial Russia: A Source Book, – Harcourt School,pp. ISBN: Non-Russian nobility. The Russian imperial nobility was multi-ethnic.
Native non-Russians such as the Poles, Georgians, Lithuanians, Tatars, and Germans formed an important segment of the noble estate.
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Beyond enhancing our understanding of Orthodox Christianity as practiced in Imperial Russia, this thoughtfully edited volume offers broad insights into the relationship between religious narrative and social experience and reveals religion's central place in the formation of.
xi, pages 23 cm Companion volume: Medieval Russia Includes bibliographical references (pages ) TABLE OF CONTENTS -- The revolt and punishment of the Streltsy in an eyewitness account -- Reorganization of Russian by Peter I -- The problem of imperial succession: Peter's relations with his son Alexei -- Pososhkov on poverty and wealth -- Events surrounding the Pages:.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xii, pages ; 23 cm. Contents: Machine generated contents note: 1. Introduction / Michael L. Bressler Russia: A Geographic Preface / Denis J. B. Shaw --The Imperial Heritage: Russian Territorial Expansion --Population and Settlement Distribution --Climate, Settlement, and the Natural Environment --Some .The Family Romanov: Murder, Rebellion, and the Fall of Imperial Russia: written by Candace Fleming.
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