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  - Tara - Goodreads

One need not agree with all of Crankshaw's opinions to find this book beautiful, perceptive historical writing. I found his thoughts on Nicholas I to be intriguing; he spends so much time telling us ... Read full review

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

User Review  - JS Bangs - Goodreads

There are certain kinds of history books that tell you as much about their author as about their subject. In the worst cases, you learn almost nothing about history except the historians opinions of ... Read full review

Contents

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

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