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|Notes:||Reprint. Originally published: Oxford : Clarendon Press, 1967.
|Description:||xx, 813 pages ; 22 cm.|
|Contents:||Part 1 Eighteenth-century Russia: political and social forces; Russia as a great power. Part 2 The Alexandrine age: reform and resistance; war and peace; the aftermath. Part 3 The gendarme of Europe: government; social development; ideas and movements; foreign relations. Part 4 The tsar liberator: the great reforms; from disenchantment to assassination; foreign policy. Part 5 The age of counter-reform: government; social development; political movements; foreign policy. Part 6 From revolution to revolution: the days of liberty; the age of Stolypin; foreign policy; the end of the monarchy. Conclusions. Bibliography.|
|Series Title:||Oxford history of modern Europe.|
|Responsibility:||by Hugh Seton-Watson.|
'The scholarship infusing this work is formidable.' Sunday Times 'Professor Seton-Watson's book is a major achievement. It will probably remain a standard work for a considerable number of years.'