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Imperial Russia, 1801-1905

Tim Chapman Routledge, 2001 - History - 149 pages 0 Reviews Imperial Russia, 1801-1905 traces the development of the Russian Empire from the murder of 'mad Tsar Paul' to the reforms of the 1890s that were an attempt to modernise the autocratic state. This is essential reading for all students of the topic and provides a clear and concise introduction to the contentious historical debates of nineteenth century Russia.

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Title Imperial Russia, 1801-1905 Author Tim Chapman Edition illustrated, reprint Publisher Routledge, 2001 ISBN 0415231108, 9780415231107 Length 149 pages Subjects History  › Europe  › Russia & the Former Soviet Union

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