Soviet Communists & Russian History: A Frame in Time
Nicholas V Feodoroff (Author)
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DescriptionThis book describes some of the key characters involved and their deeds. The second part is about some leaders of Imperial Russia. It seems clear that had there not been a world war, Russia under the Romanoffs could have successfully competed with America in the development of its economy, industry and education. Capital punishment was abolished in Imperial Russia under Empress Elisabeth and for 300 years only 1,650 people were executed, more than half were criminals and less than 500 where political prisoners, who were mostly sent to death by military courts.
Nova Science Publishers Inc
30 July 1997
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