Russia, 1762-1825: Military Power, the State, and the People
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Russia, 1762-1825: Military Power, the State, and the People

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A study of the Russian Empire at the peak of its military power and success (1762-1825), this important book examines how a country with none of the obvious trappings of modernization was able to significantly expand its territory. Russia's military and naval victories culminated in the triumphal entrance of Russian forces into Paris in 1814 in celebration of the defeat of...more
Hardcover, 318 pages
Published February 1st 2008 by Praeger Publishers
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