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The End of Imperial Russia, 1855–1917

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 200
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European History in Perspective

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07 April 1997

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This book explores the long-term reasons for the demise of Imperial Russia, examining the failure of the autocratic state to strengthen its own political position while economic change transformed Russian society. It seeks...

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This book explores the long-term reasons for the demise of Imperial Russia, examining the failure of the autocratic state to strengthen its own political position while economic change transformed Russian society. It seeks to explain its debilitating internal tensions and to link these to the pressures exerted by Russia's repeated failure in war and by the empire's continuing expansion. Lastly, it analyzes what led to Russia being governed, only eight months after the collapse of Tsarism, by the Bolsheviks' revolutionary regime.

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Preface
The Politics of Autocracy Field and Factory: The Russian Economy
The Transformation of Russian Society Empire and Europe
The End of the Old Order Endnotes
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Index.
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