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This book is part of the series
'Bumagi Dima Romanovykh'


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032079-1
Imperator Aleksandr I i Frederik-Sezar Lagarp
Pis`ma. Dokumenty: V 3-kh Tomakh: Tom 1: 1782-1802
[ Emperor Alexander I and Fr?d?ric-C?sar de La Harpe : Letters. Documents: In 3 volumes: Volume 1: 1782-1802]

Comp. and comm. by A.Iu. Andreev and D. Tozato-Rigo; transl. from French by V.A. Mil`china
Moscow:  Politicheskaia entsiklopediia, 2014
920 p. [32 ill.]Images
Serie: Bumagi Dima Romanovykh 1 of 3
Hardcover. 17 x 24 cm
ISBN: 9785824319156
Language: Russian
This is the first of three volumes of the book about the relations between the Russian Emperor Alexander and his teacher Frederick C?sar de la Harpe (1754 - 1838), a Swiss political leader and Vaudois patriot, who played a leading role in the creation of the Helvetic Republic. La Harpe had a significant influence on the political education and development of the future emperor. The first volume covers documents and letters for 1782-1802. (1.64 kg)
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