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Author Name:    GUIRKO, V. I. FISHER, H. H. MATVEEV, Laura, trans. Hoover Library on War, Revolution, and Peace, Pub. No. 14

Title:   Features and Figures of the Past : Government and Opinion in the Reign of Nicholas II. Reprint in dustjacket

Publisher:    Russell & Russell, New York, 1970, 

Seller ID:   113827

GUIRKO, V. I. Features and Figures of the Past : Government and Opinion in the Reign of Nicholas II. Edited by J. E. Wallace Sterling, Xenia Joukoff Eudin [and] H. H. Fisher. Translated by Laura Matveev. New York : Russell & Russell, (1970). Pp (4),v-xix,(3),3-760,(4). Frontispiece portrait. Index. 8vo, blue cloth, gilt lettering to spine. Contents : Part I. The First Years of the Reign of Nicholas II. 1. The Death of Alexander III and the Accession of Nicholas II. 2. The State Council before the Reform. 3. The ImperialChancellery. 4. Sergei Yulievich Witte as Minister of Finance. 5. Aleksei Sergeevich Ermolov as Minister of Agriculture. 6. Ivan Logginovich Goremykin as Minister of the Interior. 7. Dmitrii Sergeevich Sipiagin as Minister of the Interior. 8. Nikolai Valerianovich Muravev as Minister of Justice. 9.The Chairmen of Departments and Other Members of the State Council. Part I I. The Period of Plehve's Ascendancy, 1902-1904. 10. Viacheslav Konstantinovich Plehve as Minister of the Interior. 11. The Peasant Problem. 12. Some of Plehve's Associates in the Minintry of the Interior. 13. Plehve's Strifewith Witte. 14. Plehve's Strife with the Public. Part III. The Outbreak of the Russo-Japanese War and the Government's Attempt to Reach an Understand ing with the Public, 1904. 15. The Causes of the Russo-Japanese War. 16. Prince P. D. Sviatopolk-Mirsky as Minister of the Interior. 17. Peasant and Labor Questions during Sviatopolk-Mirsky's Term of Office. Part IV. The Revolution of 1905. 18. Aleksandr Grigorevich Bulygin as Minister of the Interior. 19. Count Witte as Chairman of the Council of Ministers. 20. Goremykin's Ministry and the First State Duma. Part V. The Constitutional Regime, 1906-1914. 21. Stolypin's Ministry and the Second and Third State Dumas. 22. Kokovtsov's Ministry and the Fourth State Duma. Part VI. The World War, 1914-1915. 23. The Publc and the Government in the First Months of the War. 24.The Growth of Opposition to the Emperor and His Adcisers. Very good in nic ked, printed plain brown dustjacket. 45.00

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