The shadow of the winter palace: Russia's drift to revolution, 1825-1917

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Viking Press, 1976 - Biography & Autobiography - 429 pages
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Om Rusland under de fire sidste Zarer og hvorledes Zar Romanov undlod at modernisere, frigøre og samle ikke alene den russiske befolkning, men også regeringen. Vinterpaladset.

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Review: The Shadow of the Winter Palace: Russia's Drift to Revolution 1825-1917

User Review  - Evan Thomas - Goodreads

An excellent piece of very readable Russian history. More than that this book is just a surprisingly good read. The author has a breezy style without condescending to his readers. I wanted to ... Read full review

Review: The Shadow of the Winter Palace: Russia's Drift to Revolution 1825-1917

User Review  - Chris Lira - Goodreads

Not a bad read, if a bit dry in spots. Like many history books, it needs to occasionally include the *year* some referenced event occurred, otherwise I'm thinking "OK, June 25th....when?". Read full review

Contents

A Moment of History
13
The Doomed Conspiracy
20
The Autocratic Inheritance
37
Copyright

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