by Palgrave, in association with School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University College, London, and National Maritime Museum, Greenwich in Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire, New York .
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Lindsey Hughes.|
|Series||Studies in Russia and East Europe, Studies in Russia and East Europe (Palgrave (Firm))|
|Contributions||Hughes, Lindsey, 1949-, University of London. School of Slavonic and East European Studies., National Maritime Museum (Great Britain)|
|LC Classifications||DK133 .P444 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiv, 280 p. :|
|Number of Pages||280|
|LC Control Number||00052441|
Fifteen papers from a conference on Peter the Great organized by the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, England. Papers presented at the conference-->part of events marking the tercentenary of Peter I's expedition to the West-->address both particular aspects of the tsar's Grand Embassy and broader questions of modernization and westernization associated with his : L. Hughes. Get this from a library! Peter the Great and the West: new perspectives. [Lindsey Hughes; University of London. School of Slavonic and East European Studies.; National Maritime Museum (Great Britain);] -- This book addresses particular aspects of the Grand Embassy and sets the Petrine reforms in their context, providing a basis for analysis of their impact on issues of modernization and. “Peter the Great” is one of the best-written history books I’ve encountered. Despite the title, this is not a biography — it is an incredible narrative history of the times of Peter the Great. I found this to be not only an outstanding book about Russian history but also an excellent book about Western history in /5(). Massie’s book on Peter The Great is a thorough biography that reads like a good novel. Mr Massie demonstrates the intricacies of the confluence of culture, identity, ideas and technologies of Western Europe, The Baltic Countries, Ottoman Empire and Russia during the time of Peter’s reign. St Petersburg feels like a Western European city in Cited by:
Personally commissioned and approved by Peter the Great, a short book of some 60 pages words was published in Moscow in Its title was Pravda Voli Monarshei or ‘The Monarch’s Right to Appoint the Heir to His Throne’, but its wider purpose was to reassert the doctrine of divine right absolutism in Russia, at the very time when the concept was beginning to lose its. Free download or read online Peter the Great: His Life and World pdf (ePUB) book. The first edition of the novel was published in , and was written by Robert K. Massie. The book was published in multiple languages including English, consists of pages and is available in Paperback format. The main characters of this biography, history story are Peter the Great, Louis XIV of France. Peter the Great was born Pyotr Alekseyevich on June 9, , in Moscow, Russia. Peter the Great was the 14th child of Czar Alexis by his second wife, Natalya Kirillovna : Peter the Great: The Struggle for Power, – () online; Cracraft, James. The Revolution of Peter the Great () online; Duffy, Christopher. Russia's Military Way to the West: Origins and Nature of Russian Military Power (Routledge, ) pp 9–41 online; Graham, Stephen. Peter The Great () online; Kamenskii, : Alexis of Russia.
Peter was inquisitive and independent in his thinking. He was a skeptic and unimpressed by Church admonitions that foreigners were evil people. Peter was aware of the superiority of Western Europe, and in , at the age of twenty-five, he went abroad for eighteen months to learn and to experience life in the West. Peter I, Russian in full Pyotr Alekseyevich, byname Peter the Great, Russian Pyotr Veliky, (born June 9 [ Old Style], , Moscow, Russia—died February 8 [January 28], , St. Petersburg), tsar of Russia who reigned jointly with his half-brother Ivan V (–96) and alone thereafter (–) and who in was proclaimed. Peter was inspired by the great cultural capitals of Europe and was determined to put his new city on the map as an architectural masterpiece to rival Paris or Rome. Such was the importance of building St Petersburg that using stone on any building outside its city . The book tells the story of Peter the Great () from birth to death in twelve chapters, including two final chapters on his legacy and posthumous reputation with the aim of providing a vivid sense of the dynamics of his life and reign. The focus is firmly on Peter himself: his actions, deliberations, decisions, relationships, tastes and Reviews: 9.