Personal Author: Ulybin, Viacheslav, 1968-. Personal Subject: Alexander I, Emperor of Russia, 1777-1825. Secret societies - Russia - History - 19th century.
Personal Author: Ulybin, Viacheslav, 1968-. Publication Information: Sankt-Peterburg : Aleteĭia, 2004. Subject Term: Freemasonry - Russia - History - 19th century. Geographic Term: Russia - History - Alexander I, 1801-1825.
Aleksandr I. obratnai︠a︡ storona t︠s︡arstvovanii︠a︡ : vlastʹ i taĭnye obshchestva v 1801-1825 godakh. by Vi︠a︡cheslav Ulybin. Published 2004 by Aleteĭi︠a︡ in Sankt-Peterburg. History, Domestic politics, Freemasonry, Secret societies, Masons, Social sciences, Orthodoxy. Alexander I Emperor of Russia (1777-1825).
Aleksandr I : obratnai︠a︡ storona t︠s︡arstvovanii︠a︡ : vlastʹ i taĭnye obshchestva v 1801-1825 godakh" width "70"/. Type: Print book : Biography. Publisher: Алетейя, Sankt-Peterburg : Aleteĭi︠a︡, 2004. Public Lists that Include. Александр I : обратная сторона царствования : власть и тайные общества в 1801-1825 годах /. Aleksandr I : obratnai︠a︡ storona t︠s︡arstvovanii︠a︡ : vlastʹ i taĭnye obshchestva v 1801-1825 godakh. by Улыбин, Вячеслав, 1968- Vi︠a︡cheslav Ulybin.
Alexandr . bratnaya storona.
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Vlast& i Tainye Obshchestva v 1801-1825 Godakh. This book deals with the activities of mystical secret societies during the reign of Alexandr the First (1801-1825). Members of these societies, mostly masonic lodges, penetrated key government offices and fought for influence on the pusillanimous and inconsistent emperor.
His refusal to negotiation with Napoleon after the fall of Moscow eventually forced the French to begin the . Despite his early liberal views Russia at Alexander's death was still just as absolutist as when he claim to the throne, and serfdom was still intact.
His refusal to negotiation with Napoleon after the fall of Moscow eventually forced the French to begin the disastrous retreat that destroyed the Grand Army and helped encourage Germany to revolt against Napoleon. Alexander was seen as a hard-to-understand contradiction by his contemporaries, and to a certain extent that is still the case. Russian had gained Finland, Bessarabia and Poland during his reign, and had become a major European power.
Author: Ulybin . (Peterburgskaia seriia) - V knige opisyvaetsia deiatel'nost' tainykh obshchestv (masonskikh lozh) v epokhu pravleniia Aleksandra I. Vpervye podrobno.
Peterburgskaia seriia) - V knige opisyvaetsia deiatel'nost' tainykh obshchestv (masonskikh lozh) v epokhu pravleniia Aleksandra I. Vpervye podrobno opisyvaetsia samootverzhennoe soprotivlenie kovarnym intrigam rvushchikhsia k vlasti masonov so storony vydaiushchikhsia ierarkhov Russkoi Pravoslavnoi tserkvi. Other books by Ulybin V: Ulybin Viacheslav. I lzhi zarzhaveet pechat. voinye zvezdy Ol'gi Berggol'ts Ulybin . Letopis' Novgorodskogo Iur'eva monastyria. Customers interested in this item also bought: Fronin .
According to some authorities, Alexander never fully recovered psychologically from an awareness of being at least indirectly responsible for his father’s death. This guilt feeling, combined with the dissimilitude he was forced to adopt as a child, perhaps explains his complex and contradictory personality which baffled his contemporaries and continues to puzzle scholars today. Descriptions of Alexander’s reign are traditionally separated into two parts: a progressive reformist beginning and a repressive reactionary end, with the events of 1812-1815 marking the dividing line between the two.