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Robbins, Richard . Local government, Governors. Ithaca : Cornell University Press. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by Lotu Tii on October 29, 2013. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata).
The Tsar's Viceroys book. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. The Tsar's Viceroys: Russian Provincial Governors In The Last Years Of The Empire. by. Richard G. Robbins.
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ISBN 13: 9780801420467. Tsar's Viceroys: Russian Provincial Governors in the Last Years of the Empire.
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Online version: Robbins, Richard . 1939- Tsar's viceroys. Ithaca : Cornell University Press, 1987 (OCoLC)568719386. Document Type: Book, Internet Resource. All Authors, Contributors: Richard G Robbins. Material Type: Internet resource. Find more information about: Richard G Robbins. ISBN: 080142801420467.
The Tsar's Viceroys: Russian Provincial Governors in the Last Years of the Empire. Robbins - Vladimir Dzhunkovskii: Witness for the Defense - Kritika: Explorations in Russian and Eurasian History 2:3. Article. Richard Gardner Robbins. Transition to Technocracy: The Structural Origins of the Soviet Administrative State Don K. Rowney. The Russian famine of 1891-1892 and the relief policy of the imperial government.
In this paper, we study provincial governors in the last two decades of. .
In this paper, we study provincial governors in the last two decades of the Russian Empire, 1895-1914. To that end, we hav. st constructed a database of individual characteristics and career tracks of the majority of Russian governors in 91 provinces during 1895-1914. Gubernias were major administrative units in the Russian Empire and were ruled by governors. The governor of a gubernia was considered as the "tsar’s viceroy" in a province, appointed directly by the emperor, and, at the same time, an o¢ cial of the Ministry of Internal A¤airs (Mosse (1984); Zaionchkovskii (1978); Robbins (1987)).