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A. V. Iartsev, Proclamation of a Populist Activist, 1874Alexander II, Emancipation Manifesto, 1861Alexander III, Proclamation of April 29, 1881
Alexander Nikitenko Responds to the Emancipation ManifestoAlexander Radishchev, Journey from St. Petersburg to MoscowCatherine the Great's Instructions to the Legislative Commission, 1767
Content And Analysis:GuestbookDecree on Single InheritanceGuestbook
Konstantin Pobedonostsev, Reflections of a Russian StatesmanLenin, What is to be DoneLinks
Main PageManifesto of June 3rd, 1907 (Dissolution of the Second Duma)Manifesto of October 17th, 1905
Mixed Marriage in the Russian EmpirePavel Miliukov on the Reforms of Peter the GreatPeter III's Manifesto Freeing Nobles from Obligatory Service, 1762
Petr Chaadaev, First Philosophical LetterProclamation on the Introduction of the New Calendar, 1700Russianhistory/index.php
Russianhistory/index.php/GuestbookSamuel Collins, On the Present State of RussiaSources on Mixed Marriage (Courtesy of Paul Werth)
Stalin on Rapid IndustrializationTable of ContentsThe "Conditions" of Anna Ivanovna's Accession to the Throne, 1730
The Pugachev RebellionUsing the WikiVassarion Belinsky, Letter to Gogol
Vissarion Belinsky, Letter to GogolWorkers' Petition, January 9th, 1905 (Bloody Sunday)