By Hugh Seton-Watson
This e-book, initially released in 1952, describes and explains the degree of the decline of the Russian Empire among the Crimean and primary global Wars. The booklet is split up by means of interval: the reign of Alexander II (1855-81), the interval of response (1881-1905) and the ‘Revolution’ of 1905 and its aftermath (1905-14) and in addition into 3 sections: the constitution of country and society, political hobbies and overseas kin.
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The Decline of Imperial Russia: 1855-1914: Volume 12 (Routledge Library Editions: The Russian Revolution) by Hugh Seton-Watson