- Author:W. E. Mosse
- Publisher:I. B. Tauris; 2nd edition (May 15, 1992)
- Pages:216 pages
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Concise and informative study of the reign of "the Great Liberator. Author Mosse is well-attuned to the constantly repeating alteration of repression and reform in Russian History.
I pulled this book off my shelf in large part becuse my copy is literally a pocket book,and I needed something I could tuck in my uniform pocket, so I could go through the "no bags" line at security. Concise and informative study of the reign of "the Great Liberator.
Home Browse Books Book details, Alexander II and the Modernization of Russia. Its special field is the life of man in society, and at every point we can learn vicariously from the experience of others before us in history
Home Browse Books Book details, Alexander II and the Modernization of Russia. Alexander II and the Modernization of Russia. Its special field is the life of man in society, and at every point we can learn vicariously from the experience of others before us in history. To take one point only - the understanding of politics: how can we hope to understand the world of affairs around us if we do not know how it came to be what it is? How to understand Germany or Soviet Russia, or the United States - or ourselves, without knowing something of their history? There is no subject that is more useful, or indeed indispensable.
Alexander II, Emperor of Russia, 1818-1881, Russia - History - Alexander II, 1855-1881. This book contains pen marking and highlights. London : English Universities Press.
Alexander was trained for governing. The death of Nicholas and the Crimean War was his first problem. Chapter 7 discusses the expansion of Russia. Colonial military forces sought promotions and glory in conquests in the east (. 22). This threatened British interests (. 23). The new Tsar reduced taxes and developed new railroad lines. Observers said Alexander did not have much strength of intellect or character (. 8). The changes in the economy led to widespread discontent (. 0). In 1856 he announced his intention to change or abolish serfdom (Chapter 3). Discussions considered various options.
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Mosse, British historian and an authority on nineteenth-century Russia, brings into focus the roles played by Alexander's friends and enemies, his family and his mistress, as he delineates the course of the Tsars's personal tragedy and of his influence on the processes of historical change in Russia. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them. 1. A Century of Service. Canada's Armed Forces from the Boer War to East Timor. Lotz J. Язык: english.
This book can be found in: Politics, Society & Education Politics & government Political science & theory Biography & True Stories Historical, political & military biographies Biography & True Stories Royal biographies. Alexander II and the Modernization of Russia (Hardback). This work tells the story of the reforming Tsar who modernized Russia after her defeat in the Crimean War. Few spheres of Russian life were untouched by his reforms.
Alexander the Second and the Modernization of Russia. Part of the Men and Their Times Series). In the face of bitter opposition, he liberated millions of serfs and secured their endowment with land.
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When carefully regulated freedom produced a dangerous ferment of opinion, he reverted to a policy of repression.