4 edition of Peter the Great; a life of Peter I of Russia, called the Great. found in the catalog.
Peter the Great; a life of Peter I of Russia, called the Great.
Reprint of the 1929 ed.
|LC Classifications||DK131 .G7 1971|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||376|
|LC Control Number||75138241|
• How to Discuss a Book (helpful discussion tips) • Generic Discussion Questions—Fiction and Nonfiction • Read-Think-Talk (a guided reading chart) Also consider these LitLovers talking points to help get a discussion started for Peter the Great: 1. Describe Peter the Great as he is presented in Robert K. Massie's biogaphy. Peter the Great was born in and he died in Peter was tsar of Russia from to His self-given title was Peter the Great though he was officially Peter I. Peter the Great is credited with dragging Russia out of the medieval times to such an extent that by .
From the Modern Library's new set of beautifully repackaged hardcover classics by Robert K. Massie--also available are Nicholas and Alexandra and The Romanovs Against the monumental canvas of seventeenth- and eighteenth-century Europe and Russia unfolds the magnificent story of Peter the Great, crowned co-tsar at the age of ten. The acclaimed author of Catherine the Great, Robert K. Massie 4/5(25). The History of Peter the Great, Emperor of Russia: To which is Prefixed a Short General History of the Country from the Rise of that Monarchy: and an Account of the Author's Life, Alexander Gordon The history of Peter the great, emperor of Russia, Alexander Gordon: Author: Alexander Gordon: Publisher.
Jean Rousset de Missy, Life of Peter the Great, c. The tsar labored at the reform of fashions, or, more properly speaking, of dress. Until that time the Russians had always worn long beards, which they cherished and preserved with much care, allowing them to hang down on their bosoms, without even cutting the moustache. The Reforms of Peter the Great. Progress through Coercion in Russia, trans. John T Alexander (). More recent, Western biographies. Robert K. Massie, Peter the Great. His Life and World (NY, ). This massive biography written for a popular audience might have been titled "Peter the Great and Charles XII," since so much attention here is.
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Despite the title, this is not a biography — it is an incredible narrative history of the times of Peter the Great. I found this to be not only an outstanding book about Russian history but also an excellent book about Western history in /5.
Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Graham, Stephen, Peter the Great; a life of Peter I of Russia, called the Great. This book brings to life a fascinating man, and his incredible times, and how Peter brought Russia out of the dark ages with his vision, willpower, restless soul and ceaseless energy.
The battle scenes are incredible: I read the Battle of Poltava like it was happening before me, like watching a football game with the best by: Peter I or Peter the Great, –, czar of Russia (–), major figure in the development of imperial Russia.
Early Life Peter was the youngest child of Czar Alexis, by Alexis's second wife, Natalya Naryshkin. From Alexis's first marriage (with Maria Miloslavsky) were born Feodor III, Sophia Alekseyevna, and the semi-imbecile Ivan.
Peter I, Russian in full Pyotr Alekseyevich, byname Peter the Great, Russian Pyotr Veliky, (born June 9 [ Old Style],Moscow, Russia—died February 8 [January 28],St. Petersburg), tsar of Russia who reigned jointly with his half-brother Ivan V (–96) and alone thereafter (–) and who in was proclaimed.
Having cut a "window to Europe," the first Russian czar, Peter the Great, also introduced European ways of life to Russia, including rules of conduct. On his order, authorities wrote a book Author: Oleg Yegorov.
Start studying Unit 4: Peter the Great of Russia. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. 'The Year I Was Peter The Great': Marvin Kalb As A Young American In Soviet Russia Marvin Kalb's new book is about a very interesting year —.
Peter the Great is credited with being Russia's greatest ruler. He improved the military, navy, and government of Russia in 42 years, being thrust into kingship at age Learn more about the.
The Russian tsar, or emperor, Peter I is called Peter the Great because of his outstanding career as a ruler and reformer. He made Russia more modern and more powerful. western fashions forced on the men of Russia by Peter the Great.
no longer veil their faces. a western fashion Peter tried to get the women of Russia to follow. boyars. noble class of Russia, opposed changes introduced by Peter the Great. strengthen the military, expand.
The main body of The revolution of Peter the Great examines the tsar's major "revolutions." Peter's first reform targeted the military. As Cracraft argues, Russia's army and navy were of great interest to Peter.
The war games of his youth intrigued Peter to create a military with the same standards, and armaments as his western neighbors.5/5(7).
Peter I, better known as Peter the Great, is generally credited with bringing Russia into the modern age. During his time as czar, from until his death inhe implemented a variety of Author: Jesse Greenspan.
Peter the Great (born indied in ) was a czar of transformed Russia from an isolated kingdom into a transcontinental superpower. He became czar of Russia in and in he visited Western Europe and decided Russia must have access to the sea.
The Year I Was Peter the Great: Khrushchev, Stalin’s Ghost, and a Young American in Russia Washington Independent Review of Books Local authors’ books enlighten, educateAuthor: Marvin Kalb.
feudal system in Russia. Peter the Great Peter the Great ruled Russia from to Like his predecessors, Peter was an autocratic ruler. Unlike them, he was fascinated by western Europe, its culture, its sciences, and its growing industries.
Only 17 when he became czar, Peter had an immense curiosity abo ut people, ideas, and things. Peter the Great was the Tsar and first Emperor of Russia known for his extensive expansion and reforms.
This biography of Peter the Great provides detailed information about his. Peter the Great; drawing by David Levine Few rulers are believed to have done so much to reshape and redirect their nation’s destiny as did Peter I, tsar of Muscovy and emperor of All the Russias (bornruler de juredied ).
Whatever their differences, both his contemporaries and subsequent writers—poets, novelists, historians, publicists—agree that the extraordinarily. Peter I (yugoslavia), PETER I (–), known as Peter the Great, tsar and emperor of Russia, – The reign of Peter I is generally regarded as a watershed in Ru Peter I (russia), Peter I (), called Peter the Great, was czar of Russia from to His reign was marked by a program of extensive reform known as Wes.
Peter the Great Documentary. A biographical documentary on the life of Peter the Great, from his upbringing during the Moscow uprising, to him becoming Tsar of. Catherine the Great, empress of Russia (–96) who led her country into full participation in the political and cultural life of Europe.
With her ministers she reorganized the administration and law of the Russian Empire and extended Russian territory, adding Crimea and much of. The Great Northern War lasted 21 years, but Peter finally got what he wanted: access to the Baltic Sea.
Inon the shores of the river Neva, Peter laid the foundations for the Fortress of Peter and Paul, which grew to become Saint Petersburg, Russia’s capital until Russians weren’t much enthusiastic about living in a desolate marsh, where their houses flooded frequently.