The Crisis of Medieval Russia 1200-1304
The Soviet Union 1917-1991
Formation of Muscovy 1300 - 1613, The
The Emergence of Russia 750-1200
The Making of Russian Absolutism 1613-1801
The Rise and Fall of the Soviet Union
By John Fennell
May 23, 1983
John Fennell's history of thirteenth-century Russia is the only detailed study in English of the period, and is based on close investigation of the primary sources. His account concentrates on the turbulent politics of northern Russia, which was ultimately to become the tsardom of Muscovy, but he ...
By Martin Mccauley
May 04, 1993
A second edition of this famous survey has been eagerly awaited. When the first edition appeared Brezhnev was still in power, Gorbachev did not make it to the index, and the USSR was a superpower. Today the Soviet experiment is over and the USSR no longer exists. How? Why? Martin McCauley has ...
By Robert O. Crummey
May 18, 1987
This is a comprehensive account of the rise of the late medieval Russian monarchy with Moscow as its capital, which was to become the territorial core of the Soviet Union. The legacy of the Grand Princes and Tsars of Muscovy -- a tradition of strong governmental authority, the absence of legal ...
By Simon Franklin, Jonathan Shepard
April 03, 1996
This eagerly awaited volume, the first of its kind by western scholars, describes the development amongst the diverse inhabitants of the immense landmass between the Carpathians and Urals of a political, economic and social nexus (underpinned by a common culture and, eventually, a common faith), ...
By H. Rogger
November 07, 1983
Hans Rogger's study of Russia under the last two Tsars takes as its starting point what the Russians themselves saw as the central issue confronting their nation: the relationship between state and society, and its effects on politics, economics and class in these critical years....
By David Saunders
November 02, 1992
This eagerly awaited study of Russia under Alexander I, Nicholas I and Alexander II -- the Russia of War and Peace and Anna Karenina -- brings the series near to completion. David Saunders examines Russia's failure to adapt to the era of reform and democracy ushered into the rest of Europe by the ...
By Paul Dukes
November 05, 1990
Revised and expanded, the second edition of this fascinating study surveys the first two centuries of Romanov rule from the foundation of the dynasty by Michael Romanov in 1613 to the accession of Alexander I in 1801.The central theme of the book is the growth of absolutism in Russia throughout ...
By Martin Mccauley
September 21, 2007
'An expert in probing mafia-type relationships in present-day Russia, Martin McCauley here offers a vigorously written scrutiny of Soviet politics and society since the days of Lenin and Stalin.'John Keep, Professor Emeritus, University of Toronto.The birth of the Soviet Union surprised many; its ...