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  • Prokudin-Gorskii Photographic Record Recreated: The Empire That Was Russia(85 clicks)
  • Alexander Palace(120 clicks)
    "Tour" several palaces in St. Petersburg.
  • America's Secret War(84 clicks)
    American Intervention In The Russian Civil War, 1918-1920
  • An Inquiry into a Scandinavian Homeland for the Rus(84 clicks)
  • Anarchism and the Russian Revolution(100 clicks)
  • Beyond the Pale: The History of Jews in Russia(92 clicks)
    Jews in Russia and the Soviet Union.
  • Beyond the Pale: The History of Jews in Russia(93 clicks)
  • Brokgas Online(82 clicks)
    In Russian. Pre-Revolutionary Russia.
  • Bucknell Russian Studies(117 clicks)
    History, language, culutre and more.
  • Catherine the Great(116 clicks)
    From the Modern History Sourcebook of Fordham University.
  • Chronology of Russian History(84 clicks)
  • Cossack Timeline 1 of 2: (1914-1918)(109 clicks)
    "A Concise History of World War I and the Russian Civil War with Emphasis on Involvement of Cossacks Prepared by William Anikouchine Ph.D. "
  • Face of Russia(99 clicks)
    Companion piece to the PBS series.
  • Factory committees in the Russian Revolution(111 clicks)
  • For 40 Years, This Russian Family Was Cut Off From All Human Contact, Unaware of WWII(94 clicks)
  • Guarding the Railroad, Taming the Cossacks(187 clicks)
    The U.S. Army in Russia, 1918 - 1920 By Gibson Bell Smith
  • H-RUSSIA(93 clicks)
    The scholarly discussion list on Russian history
  • H-Russia(87 clicks)
    " H-RUSSIA encourages scholarly discussion of Russian and Soviet history and makes available diverse bibliographical, research and teaching aids."
  • History of Russia(97 clicks)
    Overview. Part of a site promoting tourism to Russia.
  • History of the Cossacks(85 clicks)
  • Hooliganism: Crime, Culture, and Power in St. Petersburg, 1900-1914(105 clicks)
    Scholarly book by Joan Neuberger
  • Illustrated History of St. Petersburg(100 clicks)
    Chronological topics
  • Imperial Russia(105 clicks)
    This is a selective guide to www sites, databases, reference items and other BSL sources .
  • Imperial Russia(93 clicks)
  • Ivan the Terrible(85 clicks)
    In English he is called Terrible, in German Schrechlich, in Finnish - Julma (which literally means cruel). In Russian the combination is Ivan Groznyj, which is not as outright negative at all as the Western expressions.
  • Khazaria Information Center(108 clicks)
    Essays and illustrations portraying the history and archaeology of the Khazar Khaganate, an independent Jewish-Turkic state in what is now Russia that existed between the 7th and 11th centuries
  • Last of the Czars(106 clicks)
    This is a site about czar Nicholas II and his family, their Russia, palaces and cities.
  • Lih, Lars T. Bread and Authority in Russia, 1914-1921(100 clicks)
    Scholarly Book
  • Maps and plans of CIS and Baltia cities(91 clicks)
    Maps and plans of CIS and Baltia cities. Catalogue of web links. Historical maps of cities. Links to resources on historical cartography.
  • Michael Petrovich's History of Russia(90 clicks)
  • Modern Customs and Ancient Laws in Russia(100 clicks)
  • Muscovite Dowries(85 clicks)
  • National Archives of Karelia : Archival Mosaic of Karelian Culture(93 clicks)
    "The annotated catalogue of the archives' documents, which will inform you of the culture and the history of the Karelian Republic, is presented to your attention. The catalogue covers a period from the second half of the XVIII century to the XX century."
  • Netherlands-Russia Archive Centre (NRAC)(85 clicks)
    Site dedicated to the historical relations between the Netherlands and Russia/ the USSR, starting in the sixteenth century. With on-line publications and a database of archival descriptions of sources on Russian-Dutch relations from Russian archives.
  • Nicholas and Alexandra(89 clicks)
    Birth to death of what has become a romanticized couple.
  • Pictures of Russian History(112 clicks)
    S. Ivanov's picture of 1908-13, giving an insight into the manner in which the Russian Empire was portrayed.
  • Red Flag, 1917-1940(98 clicks)
  • Reference Sources--Russian Literature(82 clicks)
  • Romanov Dynasty WWW Encyclopedia(85 clicks)
    In Russian.
  • Russia and the former USSR(106 clicks)
    An illustrated history
  • Russia Lecture List(90 clicks)
    Forty-eight lectures about Russian and the Soviet Union by Gerhard Rempel of Western New England College.
  • Russia on the Web(89 clicks)
    Here's an interactive Internet access to everything Russian.
  • Russia: Primary Documents(122 clicks)
  • Russian Art from the Hulmer Collection(86 clicks)
  • Russian Empire, 1895-1910(133 clicks)
    "a computer database listing 900 stereoscopic photographs of Russia in the Keystone-Mast collection. During Dr. Minachin's visit in May, 1993, the California Museum of Photography scanned a number of images for a prototype pictorial database. Dr. Minachin and his staff have developed a sophisticated image database which can be searched based upon a variety of criteria. This database provides access to detailed textual descriptions, city maps, images as enlargements, stereoscopic views and significant details useful in architectural analysis. The graphical user interface also lends itself to bilingual presentation in Russian and English."
  • Russian History from Bucknell Univesity(122 clicks)
    This page attempts to capture the flavor of the rich diversity evolving over Russian history.
  • Russian History home Page(102 clicks)
  • Russian History on the Web(106 clicks)
    "The purpose of "Russian History on the Web" is to provide a critical guide to web resource relating to Russian history so as to make the new medium useful for researchers and their students."
  • Russian History Websites(91 clicks)
    On the Alexander Palace server.
  • Russian Revolution(115 clicks)
  • Russian studies(81 clicks)
    Sites to link you to history, politics, and culture by Natasha Lyandres and Deborah Stanley
  • Russophilia(86 clicks)
    Love of Russia.
  • S. M. Prokudin-Gorskii Photographs of the Russian Empire(94 clicks)
  • St Petersburg: 1900(96 clicks)
    Photographic travelogue
  • St. Petersburg--1900(92 clicks)
    Photographic travelogue of the capital of Imperial Russia.
  • State Hermitage Museum(83 clicks)
    "Situated in the centre of St Petersburg the State Hermitage Museum is housed in five magnificent buildings created by celebrated architects of the 18th to 19th century. The Winter Palace, formerly the residence of Russian Emperors which was constructed between 1754 and 1762 after a design of Bartolomeo Rastrelli, occupies an important place amongst the other constructions of the overall Museum ensemble."
  • Students, Professors, and the State in Tsarist Russia(88 clicks)
    Scholarly book by Samuel D. Kassow
  • Successors of Rome: :Russia, 862-Present(101 clicks)
    The first provisional government of the Russian Revolution.
  • The House of Romanov(87 clicks)
    The family tree of the Romanovs.
  • The House of Rurik(101 clicks)
    Russian ruling dynasty from the 9th century until the Romanovs.
  • The Kremlin(83 clicks)
    Virtual tour of the famous Moscow site.
  • The Peace Treaty of Brest-Litovsk(127 clicks)
    3 March, 1918. Treaty between Germany and Russia
  • The Russian Civil War: 1918-1921(89 clicks)
    Lecture by Professor Gerhard Rempel.
  • The Russian Post-Emancipation Household: Two Villages in the Moscow Area(86 clicks)
    Explores "the household and family patterns among Russian peasants in the period following the emancipation of the serfs in 1861."
  • The Russian Revolution(92 clicks)
    Good general site.
  • The Russian Revolution of 1917: A Guide to Electoral Behavior in Revolutionary Russia(107 clicks)
    Elections in Petrograd in 1917; Elections in Moscow in 1917; Totals for Elections to the Constituent Assembly; Proportion of Seats in Constituent Assembly by Party, 1918; Comparison of Election Results for the Constituent Assembly by Region; Elections to the Constituent Assembly from Western Front of the Army; Totals for Election to the Constituent Assembly from Kursk Province, a Rural Constituency; Totals for Election to the Constituent Assembly from Vladimir Province, an Urban Constituency; Totals for Election to the Constituent Assembly from Petrograd Province, an Urban Constituency.
  • The Ships of Russia(85 clicks)
  • Three Hundred Years of the Russian Navy(87 clicks)
    Large site from St. Petersburg.
  • Three Men in Russia: Marye, Robins, and Francis, 1914-18(106 clicks)
    "American goals in Russia were murkily defined in the years 1914-17. On the face of things a prime goal was the restoration of a 1832 treaty that had been condemned in 1911, cancelled in 1912 because of United States' unhappiness with the behavior of the Russian government in regards to its Jewish population."
  • Three Men in Russia: Marye, Robins, and Francis, 1914-18 (Bibliography)(86 clicks)
    The selected bibliography for Three Men in Russia: Marye, Robins, and Francis, 1914-18.
  • Tsarist State(99 clicks)
  • Twilight Of Royalty(99 clicks)