Kill the tsar: youth and terrorism in old Russia

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Atheneum, 1986 - History - 128 pages
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Examines the comparatively liberal reign of Alexander II of Russia and the concurrent actions of radicals and terrorists, who sought political reform and eventually assassinated him.

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User Review  - Jmmott - LibraryThing

The book itself is fairly dated. It's an older title, and the copy from the library shows this. Having read a decent amount about the time period, this is a fairly thorough account of the feelings in ... Read full review

Contents

Tsaricide
3
Afterward
119
Index
125
Copyright

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