Russia in the Age of Modernisation and Revolution, 1881-1917
Hans Rogger's study of Russia under the last two Tsars takes as its starting point what the Russians themselves saw as the central issue confronting their nation: the relationship between state and society, and its effects on politics, economics and class in these critical years.
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Chapter two Tsar autocrat and emperor
the tsars ministers
Chapter four Bureaucrats policemen and public servants
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