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'Epokha 1812 goda'

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Bezotosnyi, V.M
Rossiia v Napoleonovskikh Voinakh 1805-1815 gg.
[ Russia in the Napoleonic Wars of 1805-1815]

Moscow:  ROSSPEN, 2014
631 p. [32 ill.]Images
Serie: Epokha 1812 goda
Hardcover. 14 x 22 cm
ISBN: 9785824318562
Language: Russian
This is the most comprehensive history of the Russian-Napoleonic wars which, according to the author was in fact the first world war. The author studies the motives of the Russian imperial house to get involved in the war, the complicated foreign relations on the eve of and during the course of the war, the place of Russia in the anti-Napoleon coalitions from the loss of the battle of Austerlitz (December 2, 1805) to the conquest of Paris. Bibliography. (0.775 kg.)
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