Kazimir Walishevskij. Ivan Grjony

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Kazimir Walishevskij. Ivan Grjony

Poles are particularly sensitive to the period of Troubles in Russia - and this is not surprising, because this is the historical period when both our States were very close to each other. It is no wonder that Kazimir valishevsky (1849-1935), a well – known scientist in the West: historian, economist, sociologist, devoted his trilogy to this historical period of time. He was the author of a number of books on the history of Russia, among which the most famous are "Peter the Great "(1897)," Daughter of Peter the Great "(1900)," Ivan the terrible "(1904)," Son of Catherine the great "(1910)," Catherine the Great " (1934).

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Although the "Great Soviet encyclopedia" notes: "Focusing exclusively on the personal life of the reigning personages, valishevsky gives only a history of court intrigues and love Affairs and anecdotes; any social analysis in the works of Valishevsky is completely absent", however, the novel "Ivan the terrible" will certainly interest all lovers of Russian history, primarily due to the huge amount of little-known factual material collected and presented in the book. Valishevsky was published in Russia, but exclusively in the period between the first Russian revolution and the beginning of the First world war. In 1929. "for his great contribution to modern historiography", he was awarded the award of the French Academy of Sciences.


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