The Third Rome: Holy Russia, Tsarism & Orthodoxy
Foundation for Economic Liberty, 2004 - Orthodox (Orthodox Eastern Church) - 244 pages
Academic historians, liberals and communists have been fashioning a fantasy world around Russian history for nearly 100 years, spreading slander and myth about an entire population. Few nations, rulers or peoples have been subject to such merciless attacks as the Russians have. Now, however, all of that has changed. Here¿s the first book in English that sets out to defend the history of Tsarist Russia from St. Vladimir to Tsar St. Nicholas II¿Russia before bloody Bolshevism.
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