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This transparent and centred textual content presents an advent to imperial Russian and Soviet heritage from the crowning of Mikhail Romanov in 1613 to Vladimir Putin’s new time period. via a constant chronological narrative, Kees Boterbloem considers the political, army, monetary, social, spiritual, and cultural advancements and the most important turning issues that led Russia from an unique backwater to superpower stature within the 20th century. the writer assesses the super cost paid by way of those that made Russia and the Soviet Union into the sort of hegemonic energy, either in the community and globally. He considers the complicated and sundry interactions among Russians and non-Russians and investigates the explanations for the notable sturdiness of this final of the colonial powers, whose dependencies weren't granted independence till 1991. He explores the continuing legacies of this fraught decolonization procedure at the Russian Federation itself and at the different states that succeeded the Soviet Union. the one textual content designed and written particularly for a one-semester path in this four-hundred-year interval, it is going to entice all readers drawn to studying extra concerning the heritage of the folks who've inhabited one-sixth of the earth’s landmass for centuries.

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