Book Size: 5" x 7.75"

Pages: 336

Format: Paperback

ISBN: 9781566566452

Imprint: Interlink Books

Edition: 6

Illustrations: b&w illustrations , maps

Release date: 01/10/11

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A Traveller's History of Russia

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"While destination oriented visitors will gain much from this expose, students and others will find it a fine, easy method of absorbing Russian history." -Bookwatch *

About this book

This book provides a comprehensive survey of Russia's tragic and glorious history: prehistoric Russia's nomadic invaders; the rise of Muscovy with its colorful panopoly of rulers from Ivan Moneybags to Ivan the Terrible; the despotism of the Romanovs; the Russian Revolution and the rise and fall of the Soviet state; all the way to the present.

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About the author

Peter Neville is Senior Lecturer in Contemporary and Modern History at the University of Luton. He is also the author of several books on aspects of British, European, and world history, and the author of A Traveller’s History of Russia in this series.

Reviews

"While destination oriented visitors will gain much from this expose, students and others will find it a fine, easy method of absorbing Russian history." -Bookwatch * "...the fascinating Traveller's History of Russia and the USSR. Since our schools teach nothing of Russian history, the book provides some valuable pre-holiday reading for anyone planning a trip to the Soviet Union." -The Independen

Additional information

Author

Neville, Peter

Edition

6

Inprint

Interlink Books

Pages

336

Type

PB

Illustrations

b&w illustrations , maps

Release date

01/10/11

Author Home

UK

Format

5"å x 7 3/4"å

Reviews

"While destination oriented visitors will gain much from this expose , students and others will find it a fine , easy method of absorbing Russian history." -Bookwatch * "…the fascinating Traveller's History of Russia and the USSR. Since our schools teach nothing of Russian history , the book provides some valuable pre-holiday reading for anyone planning a trip to the Soviet Union." -The Independen

MainReview

"While destination oriented visitors will gain much from this expose, students and others will find it a fine, easy method of absorbing Russian history." -Bookwatch *