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Reforming the Tsar"s army

military innovation in Imperial Russia from Peter the Great to the Revolution

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Published by Woodrow Wilson Center Press, Cambridge University Press in Washington, D.C, Cambridge, U.K, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Russia. Armii͡a︡ -- History.,
  • Russia. Armii͡a︡ -- Reorganization.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by David Schimmelpenninck van der Oye, Bruce W. Menning.
    SeriesWoodrow Wilson Center series
    ContributionsSchimmelpenninck van der Oye, David., Menning, Bruce.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsUA772 .R443 2004
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 361 p. ;
    Number of Pages361
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3686007M
    ISBN 100521819881
    LC Control Number2003048989

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    3. The Training of the Imperial Russian Army, – 4. The Russo-Japanese War, – 5. Reform Plans and the Politics of Reforming theImperial Army, – 6. The Drive toward a Unified Military Doctrine 7. Maneuvers, War Games, and Staff Rides, – Conclusion Appendix: Russian General Staff Officers in — A. The Book Smugglers' Movement. The smuggling of books across the border from Lithuania Minor created a difficult problem for the Tsarist administration. Lithuania, as a bridge to Russia's Baltic Provinces which were administered by German barons, was an important link in the German policy of exploiting Russia's difficulties.


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The destruction of a mighty empire, a year-old dynasty and a unique autocratic regime, were intertwined with the failure of the Russian Army in all fields of warfare. After a decade of intensive research, John W. Steinberg reveals in a dense and well-researched book, how.

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Yet they inevitably faced the dilemma of importing European military and technological innovations while keeping out political ideas. Tsar, title associated primarily with rulers of Russia.

The term tsar, a form of the ancient Roman imperial title caesar, generated a series of derivatives in Russian: tsaritsa, a tsar’s wife, or tsarina; tsarevich, his son; tsarevna, his daughter; and tsesarevich, his eldest son and heir apparent. CDN$  Reforming the Tsar's Army: Military Innovation in Imperial Russia from Peter the Great to the Revolution Hardcover – March 18 by David Schimmelpenninck van der Oye (Editor), Bruce W.

Menning (Editor) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsFormat: Hardcover. Lowe has taken the opportunity of the English translation to incorporate the results of his most recent research, extending the coverage of the book from the earlier version's beginning in backwards into the eighteenth century to give the whole background to 3/5(1).The origins of All the Tsar's Men, Steinberg explained, began with his graduate research on General Lavr Kornilov's alleged attempted coup d'etat against the Russian Provisional Government in She shows how the years were bloody and traumatic, as four tsars tried and failed to deal with pressure for constitutional reform and revolution.

Lucy finds out how the Romanovs tried to change the system themselves - inmillions of enslaved serfs were freed by the Tsar-Liberator, Alexander II.