Abbot The Empire Of Russia

Abbot The Empire Of Russia

Abbot The Empire Of Russia
pdf | 18.18 MB | English | Isbn:B00GYDX400 |
Author: John Abbot | PAge: 588 | Year: 2013


Description:

This history of Imperial Russia covers the period from earliest ancient times to the reign of Tsar Alexander II. Richly illustrated throughout to enhance the reading experience.

Contents include:

PARENTAGE AND BIRTH OF RUSSIA.
From 600 B.C. to A.D. 910.

GROWTH AND CONSOLIDATION OF RUSSIA
From 910 to 973.

REIGNS OF VLADEMER, YAROSLAF, YSIASLAF AND VSEVOLOD
From 973 to 1092.

YEARS OF WAR AND WOE.
From 1092 to 1167.

MSTISLAF AND ANDRÉ
From 1167 to 1212.

THE GRAND PRINCES OF VLADIMIR, AND THE INVASION OF GENGHIS KHAN.
From 1212 to 1238.

THE SWAY OF THE TARTAR PRINCES.
From 1238 to 1304.

RESURRECTION OF THE RUSSIAN MONARCHY.
From 1304 to 1380.

DMITRI, VASSALI, AND THE MOGOL TAMERLANE.
From 1380 to 1462.

THE ILLUSTRIOUS IVAN III.
From 1462 to 1480.

THE REIGN OF VASSILI
From 1480 to 1533.

IVAN IV.-HIS MINORITY.
From 1533 to 1546.

THE REIGN OF IVAN IV.
From 1546 to 1552.

THE REIGN OF IVAN IV.-CONTINUED.
From 1552 to 1557.

THE ABDICATION OF IVAN IV.
From 1557 to 1582.

THE STORMS OF HEREDITARY SUCCESSION.
From 1582 to 1608.

A CHANGE OF DYNASTY.
From 1608 to 1680.

THE REGENCY OF SOPHIA.
From 1680 to 1697.

PETER THE GREAT.
From 1697 to 1702.

CONQUESTS AND ACHIEVEMENTS OF PETER THE GREAT.
From 1702 TO 1718.

THE TRIAL AND CONDEMNATION OF ALEXIS AND DEATH OF THE TZAR.
From 1718 to 1725.

THE REIGNS OF CATHARINE I. ANNE, THE INFANT IVAN AND ELIZABETH.
From 1725 to 1162.

PETER III. AND HIS BRIDE.
From 1728 to 1762.

THE CONSPIRACY; AND ACCESSION OF CATHARINE II.
From 1762 to 1765.

REIGN OF CATHARINE II.
From 1765 to 1774.

REIGN OF CATHARINE II.
From 1774 to 1781.

TERMINATION OF THE REIGN OF CATHARINE II.
From 1781 to 1786.

THE REIGN OF PAUL I.
From 1796 to 1801.

ASSASSINATION OF PAUL AND ACCESSION OF ALEXANDER.
From 1801 to 1807.

REIGN OF ALEXANDER I.
From 1807 to 1825.

NICHOLAS.
From 1825 to 1855.

Category:History of Russia & Former Soviet Republics, Russian History, European History

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