Medieval Slavdom and the Rise of Russia. Reprint

By: NOWAK, Frank Berkshire Studies in European History

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NOWAK, Frank. Medieval Slavdom and the Rise of Russia. New York : Cooper Square Publishers, Inc., 1970. Reprint. Pp (4),v-xii,(2),3-132. Index. 8vo, black cloth, gilt letering to spine. In The Berkshire Studies in European History series. Contents : I. Medieval Slavdom : - Slav Institutions; - The Western Slavs; - The Rise of Bohemia; - German Influence on Bohemia; - The Rise of Poland; - German Influence in Poland; - Menace of German Military Orders; - Poland and Lithuania Unite (1386) Against Their Common Enemies, andLadislas Jagellon Is Crowned King of Poland; - The Southern Slavs; - The R ise of Bulgaria; - The Rise of Serbia; - Byzantine Influence on the Slavs; - The Eastern Slavs; - Formation of the Kievan State; - Phenomenal Rise of Moscow. II. The Foundation of the Russian Empire : - Social Classes; - Cossacks; - The Foundation of the Empire; - The Romanovs; - Peter the Great (1680-1725); - Reforms of Peter the Great. III. Catherine the Great : - Russia(1725-62); - Catherine the Great; - Internal Policy; - Pugachev Rebellion; - Foreign Policy; - The Polish Question; - The Near-Eastern Question - The Second Partition of Poland; - The Third Partition of Poland. Very good. 40 .00

Title: Medieval Slavdom and the Rise of Russia. Reprint

Author Name: NOWAK, Frank Berkshire Studies in European History

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Publisher: Cooper Square Publishers, Inc., New York, 1970,:

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Keywords: RUSSIA RUSSIAN SOVIET UNION USSR EUROPEAN HISTORY EUROPE SLAVS,