This book, first published in 1923, endeavoured to provide a brief account of the social and economic conditions in Russia at the beginning of the twentieth century. Russia and Peace discusses the interest in Russia shown by other countries, the country’s economic development, and the social problems it was experiencing at the time. This book will be of interest to students of history.
Preface; 1. Russia and the Economic Equilibrium of Europe 2. The Fluctuating Interest in Russia Shown by Foreign Countries 3. The General Development of Russia’s Economic Organisation 4. Russia’s Transport Services 5. Trade 6. Russia’s Finance 7. Agriculture 8. Agricultural Reconstruction 9. Industry 10. Education 11. Sanitary and Social Problems 12. Conclusion
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