RUSSIA: A 1,000-Year Chronicle of the Wild East
A long-time BBC Moscow correspondent combines in-depth research with his own personal experiences to tell Russia's full and fascinating story, from its founding in the waning years of the tenth century to its resurgence of wealth and power in the early years of the twenty-first. An essential read for anyone looking for Russia's unique place in the modern world. 24 pages of photos, some color.
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