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Russia and the Soviet Union : a modern history

Author: Warren B Walsh
Publisher: Ann Arbor, University of Michigan Press, [1958]
Series: University of Michigan history of the modern world.
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Walsh, Warren B. (Warren Bartlett), 1909-
Russia and the Soviet Union.
Ann Arbor, University of Michigan Press [1958]
(OCoLC)599828279
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Warren B Walsh
OCLC Number: 406702
Description: xv, 640, xxiii pages : maps, diagrams ; 24 cm.
Contents: Continued 2 : "Pregnant with Meaning" : Tsar Alexander III, 1881- 94 --
Reforms, proposed and actual --
Economic policies --
Aksakov and Pobedonostsev --
Restrictions and burdens --
Changes in landownership --
Marx and Engels --
An Analysis of the Marx-Engels theories --
Plekhanov and Ulyanov --
Bronstein and Dzhugashvili --
S.I. Witte. The Distaff Scepter : Zemstva and Tsar --
Tsar and Tsaritsa --
The Tsar's advisers --
Review of Russia in 1900 --
Industrial growth --
The Foreign office --
The Far East --
The Japanese war --
Growth of political opposition --
Marxism-Leninism --
The Socialist Revolutionaries --
Zemstva liberals --
Bolshevik and Menshevik --
Government actions --
The Zemstva program. Deviation from Autocracy : The Workers and the government --
Bloody Sunday and a spreading rebellion --
The 1905 revolution and the Soviets --
The Dumas --
The First Duma --
P.A. Stolypin --
Stolypin's land reform --
The Second Duma and Stolypin's coup --
Third and fourth Dumas --
Okhrana procedures --
"Dark forces" : Rasputin --
Effects on politics --
Rasputin's murder. The First Ride of the Four Horsemen : Alternative alignments --
Flirtions with Germany --
Rapprochement with Britian --
The Crisis of 1908 --
The Balkan wars --
Preparations --
The 1914 crisis and Russian aims --
The State of the Nation, 1914 --
Lenin and Stalin --
The Russian people and the war --
Peasant norms and values --
Wars and revolutions --
Campaigns --
Bankruptcy of the government --
Effects of the war on the economy --
Lack of leadership. The Year 1917 : Discontent and counteractions --
Riots, mutinies, and revolution --
Duma and Soviet --
A Provisional regime --
A.F. Kerensky --
The Provisional government versus the Soviet --
Bolshevik action : Lenin --
The Land problem --
The Provisional government weakens --
The Bolshevik coup --
Analysis --
Bolshevik opportunism and amorality --
Interpretations --
Lenin and his party opponents. The Second Ride of the Four Horsemen : Opposition to Revolution : Persistence of norms --
Bolshevik and anti-Bolshevik centers, 1917-18 --
Interventions --
Promotion of world revolution by Bolsheviks --
Powerless politics --
Brest-Litovsk --
Genesis and growth of Ukrainian nationalism --
The Whites --
The Polish intervention, 1918-20 --
The Drive for world revolution --
Opposition within the Red Zone --
Terror and the class war --
The Red army --
The 1918 Constitution. The Wedge and the pool : The Wedge --
Soil and vegetation zones --
Uplands and rivers --
The Pool --
The Scythians, Slavs, and Turkic Nomads --
The Goths --
Slav migration --
Norms and values : eastern Slavs. Trade and politics : the first Rus states : Sources of Russian history : The Chronicles --
Alien impacts --
Khazars and Slavs --
The Varangian-Swedes --
The "Coming of the Varangians" --
Kievan Rus --
Its princes --
The Boyars --
Local government --
Lord Novgorod. In the days of Kievan Rus : Economic life --
Agriculture --
Industries --
Trade --
Barter, money, and credit --
Slavic society --
The "Conversion of Vladimir" --
The Early Church --
Contributions of the Church --
Norms of the people --
Decline of Kievan Rus --
The Tatars. Tatar and Muscovite : Genghis Khan --
The Conquest --
Legacies of the Tatars --
The Appanage of Moscow --
Muscovite expansion --
Tatar decline --
Lithuanians and Poles --
Accomplishments of Ivan the Great --
The Pomestie system --
Development of Serfdom. Ivan Grozny, autocrat of all Russia : The Sixteenth century : its vigor and its violence --
Church and State --
Vasili III (1505-33) --
Ivan IV (1533-84) --
Reforms and wars --
Political crises --
The Oprichnina --
The Oprichniki --
The National Assembly --
Expansion into Siberia --
Russo- English relations --
Evaluation of Ivan Grozny. Relapses, recoveries, rebellions, and Romanovs : the seventeenth century : Votchina and Pomestie --
Enserfment --
Serf Norms and values --
Boris Godunov --
The Time of troubles --
Polish intervention --
Russia recovery --
The Romanovs --
Tasks of the new government --
Ukraine and Poland --
Western influences --
Rebellions and wars --
Religious schism : Raskol. The Dynamic Peter : Boyhood and early youth --
Peter's education --
Peter's appearance and nature --
Travels and diplomacy --
Domestic revolts and foreign war --
More rebellions and more war --
Peter's reforms : general --
Effects on people --
Administrative reforms --
Economic reforms --
Church reform --
Miscellaneous reforms --
Estimate of Peter's work. Guardsmen and Empresses : Menshikov and Catherine I (1725-27) --
Anna of Courland (1730-40) --
The Empress Elizabeth (1741-62) --
Domestic matters --
Foreign affairs --
Peter and Catherine --
Catherine's plots --
Triumph of the nobility --
Serfs --
Industry --
Norms and values --
Serfdom. Continued 3 : Some Economic and Other Expriments : Economic conditions, 1917 --
"Militant communism" --
Conditions worsen, 1917-21 --
The Government versus the peasants --
Results --
The New economic policy --
Organized religion in Russia since 1918 --
Educational experiments --
Government : theory versus fact --
Economic planning. Party Feuds and the First Five-Year Plan : Party history --
Lenin, Trotsky, and Stalin --
Stalin versus Trotsky --
Alalysis and estimate --
The First five-year plan --
The People under the plan --
Collectivization of agriculture. Collectives, Plans, and the "Ruler-in-Law" : The Collective-farm code --
Party control and the M.T.S. --
Contrast of first and second plans --
Stakhanovism and the labor code --
General accomplishments of the second and third five-year plans --
"Social security" and taxes --
Forced labor --
The 1936 Constitution --
"Ruler-in-law" --
Civil rights and duties --
The Great purges. Conspiracy and Diplomacy : Review of foreign policies --
Russo- American relations --
Nonrecognition and trade --
Recognition, trade and debts --
The Comintern and the "united front" --
Disarmament, the League and "nonaggression" --
Relations with China and Japan --
Relations with Germany. The Second Great Fatherland War : A Caution --
Opportunism --
The Soviet-German bargain --
The War --
The First years of the war --
People and war --
Diplomatic front : aid from the West --
War and diplomacy, 1943-45 --
Domestic changes --
Losses and gains. Stalin's Last Years, 1946-53 : The 1946 election --
Personalities --
Isolationism, minorities, and nationalism --
Controls tightened --
The "Stalin five-year plan" --
Agriculture --
Some political and demographic changes --
"Remaking nature" --
The Fifth five-year plan --
The Nineteenth Party Congress. World War to Cold War : Foreign Affairs after 1945 : The Guide to action --
"Capitalist encirclement" and "Peaceful coexistence" --
Breakdown of co-operation --
The Iranian affair --
1947 --
The Berlin blockade --
Rival coalitions --
Satellites --
Atomic weapons and peace offensives --
Korean crisis and war. "Unfinished Business" : The Problem of succession --
"De- Stalinization" --
Palace revolution, 1957 --
Economic changes --
Agriculture --
Social norms --
Science and technology --
Foreign affairs. Continued 1 : Mistress of Men and Of Politics : Catherine the Great : The Court versus the People --
The Paradox of Catherine's "Liberalism" --
Circumstances and conservatism --
Catherine's men --
Governmental reforms --
The Charter of the nobility --
The Serf problem --
Foreign policy --
The Partions of Poland --
Catherine and revolutions abroad. Alexander, Disciple of Order : Tsar Paul, 1796-1801 --
The People and the plotters --
Tsar Alexander I, 1801-25 --
Liberal or conservative? --
Foreign affairs under Paul --
Alexander's diplomacy --
Domestic developments --
Constitutions --
The War with France --
Alexander's leadership in European affairs --
"Conservatism" --
Alexander re-evaluated. The Reign of Contrasts : Domestic Affairs, 1825-55 : The Influences of the wars --
Taxes and serfdom --
contemporary description of the peasants --
The "Secret Societies" --
Change in succession --
The Decembrist revolt --
Tsar Nicholas --
Thought control --
The Serf problem --
Russia's economic growth --
"Inner liberation" --
Slavophilism --
Westernism --
Critics and litterateurs. The Outward policies, 1825-55 : Nicholas and Nesselrode --
Russia's position --
First Near Eastern crisis --
Strategic anlaysis --
Second Crisis : the Austrian, Russian, Prussian Agreements --
Third crisis : the Crimean war : Basic causes --
Immediate cause --
War and peace --
Russia moves East. The State of the Nation and Other Matters : The Russian Empire, 1855 --
Classes and landownership --
The Mir --
Narod --
The Serf family --
Dvorianstvo --
The Autocracy --
Agents of the Tsar --
Imperial administration --
People versus government --
The Intelligentisia --
Alexander I. Herzen --
Michael Bakunin --
N.G. Chernishevsky. Reforms and Revolutionaries : Alexander II, 1855-81 --
Revolutionaries --
Nihilism --
Serf emancipation --
Causes --
Negotiations --
The Act of the Nineteenth of February --
Consequences of emancipation --
Other reforms : the Zemstva --
The Zemstva and the Dvorianstvo --
Judical and military reforms --
Analysis of the reforms --
Reactions to the reforms --
Breshkovskaya and the Narodniki --
Zasulich and and Narodnaya Volya. Expansion and Foreign Policies from Crimea to Korea : The Far East : China --
France, Poland, Prussia, and the United States --
Expansion in central Asia --
Pan-Slavism --
Crises and war --
Russo-German relations --
The Russo-French alliance.
Series Title: University of Michigan history of the modern world.
Responsibility: by Warren Bartlett Walsh.

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