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Kovalova A. Slavonic and East European Review. 2018. Vol. 96. No. 2. P. 208-243.
Добавлено: 18 мая 2018
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Oldfield J., Shaw D., Lajus J. Slavonic and East European Review. 2015. Vol. 93. No. 1. P. 1-15.
Добавлено: 26 мая 2015
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Tokarev Dmitry. Slavonic and East European Review. 2018. Vol. 96. No. 2. P. 181-207.
Добавлено: 12 июня 2018
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Fedyukin I. Slavonic and East European Review. 2019.
Добавлено: 29 ноября 2018
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Ben Noble. Slavonic and East European Review. 2017. Vol. 95. No. 2. P. 390-392.
Добавлено: 29 марта 2019
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Eklof B., Saburova T. Slavonic and East European Review. 2018. Vol. 96. No. 1. P. 67-93.
Добавлено: 22 октября 2016
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Gurga J. Slavonic and East European Review. 2016. No. 94.4. P. 739-741.
Добавлено: 23 ноября 2016
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Novikova L.G. Slavonic and East European Review. 2009. Vol. 87. No. 3. P. 569-571.

Review of Igal Halfin's book Intimate Enemies: Demonizing the Bolshevik Opposition, 1918-1928

Добавлено: 20 декабря 2013
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Novikova L.G. Slavonic and East European Review. 2011. Vol. 89. No. 3. P. 567-568.

This is a review of Rendle's scholarly study of Russian tsarist elites in 1917. The review analyses the main argument and the evidence provided in the book.

Добавлено: 18 марта 2013
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Novikova L.G. Slavonic and East European Review. 2012. Vol. 90. No. 3. P. 561-563.

This is a review of two recent books on Leon Trotsky, one of the most prominent Russian revolutionary leaders and an ardent critic of Stalin. The review analyses the main arguments of both books as well as their contribution to the study of Trotsky's personality and political legacy.

Добавлено: 18 марта 2013
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Alexei Kraikovski. Slavonic and East European Review. 2015. Vol. 93. No. 1. P. 39-65.

The article explores the connection between Russia and the marine environment during the seventeenth century prior to the modernizing reforms of Peter the Great. Drawing from archival sources, it traces the links binding local and regional actors (e.g. state officials, local fishermen, monastic authorities, etc.) to an array of maritime resources and actors. Emphasis is placed on analysing the routine practices associated with natural resource use evident at this time in order to reveal a relatively complex management system underpinning Russia's exploitation of the maritime environment.

Добавлено: 22 февраля 2017