A History of Russia, Volume 4
Generally recognized as the standard one-volume history of Russia, this monumental work examines the social, religious, and cultural as well as the political and economic aspects of Russian civilization from the earliest times to the present Cold War. The last third of the book discusses the revolution of 1917 and the emergence of the Soviet Union as a world power.
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Theatrum Poetarum, Or A Compleat Collection of the Poets (1675)
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