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    Peter the Great born in Moscow and his family was with his father: Alexis of Russia, his mother:Natalya Naryshkina and his religion was Russian Orthodoxy , Russia on 9 June 1672 and he died in Saint Petersburg, Russian Empire on 8 February 1725. He became emperor of Russia in 2 November 1721 and he resigned in 8 February 1725 when he died, his successor was Catherine I. He reign the tsar of Russia 7 May 1682 and stop it 2 November 1721 when he became the emperor, the coronation was in the day of 25 June 1682, his predecessor was Feodor II and the Co-monarch was Ivan V. His burial was in Peter and Paul Cathedral, Consort was Eudoxia Lopukhina and Martha Savranskaya. Peter Alekseyevich Romanov (Peter the Great) issues was Alexei Petrovich, Tsarevich…

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    Peter The Great

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    Peter the Great, Czar of Russia, was in the process of modernizing and reforming Russia. So, to encourage development and education, he desired a faster method of transit to the West. He achieved this by war with Sweden for twenty-one years to get a seaport next to the Baltic Sea. To be more precise, Peter had already obtained the port before Sweden had formally yielded it and began to build on it. Although the marshy location was detrimental, Peter considered it perfect because ships could…

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    In the excerpts from On the Corruption of Morals in Russia, Shcherbatov is particularly disturbed by the fact that the desire for luxury and extravagance was becoming what drove court life and what was valued most by the Empress. Shcherbatov believes that values such as loyalty, nobility and devoutness were replaced by greed, ostentation and envy. Shcherbatov gives several examples of the declining morals of the Russian court, with the strongest example being that of Count Shuvalov. According to…

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    Negligence is the failure to keep proper care of something. Things are neglected because their owners are not properly doing their job. Through the use of symbolism between Animal Farm and the Russian Revolution, Orwell conveys of how an individual’s needs are prioritized after the needs of society. Anna M. Cienial wrote for History.com on October 21, 2009. She stated, “In the early 1900s, Russia was one of the most impoverished countries in Europe with an enormous peasantry and a growing…

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    Why I Wrote The Crucible

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    will cost others their lives. Theatre teacher support material 3 Example 3 3 In 1966, Miller himself wrote an essay for The New Yorker entitled “Why I Wrote “The Crucible”. His distrust for McCarthy is captured in a comparison from a film he saw about Hitler in relation to the McCarthy: “Buzzing his truculent sidewalk brawler's snarl through the hairs in his nose, squinting through his cat's eyes and sneering like a villain, he comes across now as nearly comical, a self-aware performer keeping a…

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    The United Kingdom and the Russian Federation(hereafter Britain and Russia) have political and electoral systems which share some essential characteristics such as nominal democracy,(with both countries being considered democracies, by virtue of their holding elections) and influences of a monarchical past in modern policy as well as holding some fundamental differences such as contrasting geopolitical interests in areas such as the Middle East and different approaches to economic policy, with…

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    Communism Research Paper

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    driven by the fact that they knew that they were coming. They knew that there was no way they could fight both the powers of the American and the Soviet Red Army. Communist spies were, however, a big threat. Though never powerful enough to influence government policy, Communists could easily have stolen secrets and some of them did. The spy cases of the early cold war bolstered the contention that, as J. Edgar Hoover keep, "every American Communist was an agent of the Soviet Union." The reasons…

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    was able to accomplish several amazing things as well as conquering many failures, making both into benefits for Russia. Catherine the Great was a German princess turned Russian Empress. She gained her throne through a coup d’état with her husband Peter III, ruling for 34 years until her death. Many believe Catherine the Great was a power hungry dictator, but Catherine ruled as an enlightened despot, this is shown with all the accomplishments she made to help Russia and not herself. Born on May…

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    Chapter 2. Classification of hotel enterprises in the Russian Federation. The system of classification of hotel enterprises has its own features in different countries. In this chapter I am going to describe Russian classification system. Actually it is based on the most widely spread star classification system but it has always been changing. In recent years changes of system of rating of hotel establishments were connected with international sport events – Sochi 2014 Winter Olympic Games in…

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    Whether by choice or to circumstance, Soviet Russia’s Cold War generations were born to a nuclear bomb, raised under the constant threat of war, and seemed doomed to die of the stagnation caused by their own government, until they were emancipated by a life force that was as formidable as unlikely a savior. This paper discusses the role of the Beatles and their music in the cultural, political and social unification of successive generations of Cold War Russians, and how contemporary Russia has…

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