2 edition of Sequel to the late visit of the Russian fleet to the United States found in the catalog.
by [Printed in the office of the Journal de Saint-Pétersbourg] in St. Petersburg
Written in English
|LC Classifications||E469 .S48|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||25|
|LC Control Number||06012194|
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The Imperial Russian Navy (Russian: Российский императорский флот) was the navy of the Russian Empire from to It was formally established in and lasted until being dissolved during the February Revolution of It developed from a smaller force that had existed prior to Tsar Peter the Great's founding of the modern Russian Navy during the Second Country: Tsardom of Russia, Russian Empire.
William F. Nagenast, in "The Visit of the Russian Fleet to the United States: Were Americans Deceived," states: A legend grew up on Russia's gallant gesture to uphold the Union which would persist for more than a half century and only to be completely demolished when historic research in the Russian archives finally brought to light the Tsar's.
Polar Star is a crime novel by Martin Cruz Smith, set in the Soviet Union in the late s. It is a sequel to Gorky Park and features former militsiya investigator Arkady Renko, taking place during the period of : Martin Cruz Smith.
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Navy. Packed with comprehensive information, up-to-date photographs, line drawings, and useful /5(58). The reign of Peter the Great (), long regarded as the turning point in the Europeanization of Russia, witnessed the establishment of Russia's first modern navy, the Azov Sea fleet.
Its creation evokes a fundamental question about the era: was Peter a reformer or a revolutionary. This three-part study examines Russia's maritime experience in the 17th and early 18th centuries in order.
The United States will be the one paying the most attention to the new Russian Pacific Fleet. Russia already holds nuclear supremacy over all other nations in the world except the United States, and any shifts in nuclear force posturing will necessarily affect the close nuclear balance between the two.
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Sources: E. Adamov, “Russia and the United States at the Time of the Civil War”; Marshall B. Davidson, “A Royal Welcome for the Russian Navy”; Tom Delahaye, “The Bilateral Effect of the Visit of the Russian Fleet in ”; Benjamin F.
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