5 edition of The Russian Experience found in the catalog.
by Nova Science Publishers
Written in English
|Contributions||T. Pleshakova (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||128|
The book is an autobiographical account of the author's childhood in Siberia. I was impressed by the amount of history incorporated into this slim book: deportation of the Jews to Siberia, three years spent in a small village on the Russian steppes, the events of the 4 stars4/5(). Benefits of Learning Russian with Books in the Earlier Stages. With so many ways to learn a language—from watching movies, to using flashcards, apps and courses—why should you choose books? For the following reasons: Affordable pricing: While Russian courses can be expensive, books can often be found for very affordable pricing. Amazon and eBay offer used selections that are heavily.
Get this from a library! Mathematical circles: (Russian experience). [S A Genkin; D V Fomin; I V Itenberg] -- What kind of book is this? It is a book produced by a remarkable cultural circumstance in the former Soviet Union which fostered the creation of groups of students, teachers, and mathematicians. When Russian intelligence officers plotted their campaign to destabilize American politics in , they had nearly a century of experience in covert manipulation to draw upon. The Internet had.
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The rapid development, in just a few decades, of such an immense scientific establishment—in a social and economic environment strikingly different from the West—presents an unusual opportunity for the world’s leading authority on Soviet science to examine how the Russian experience sheds light on the status and character of science and technology throughout the by: "[Cohen] has written a penetrating, lucid, and hard-hitting book on Soviet history and on 'Sovietologists.'"--The Slavic Review "This fine book addresses some central issues in Western study of the Soviet experience and does so with intelligence and passion."--The Russian Review "An unusually valuable book."--Virginia Quarterly ReviewCited by: This item: Mathematical Circles: Russian Experience (Mathematical World, Vol.
7) by Dmitri Fomin Paperback $ Only 15 left The Russian Experience book stock (more on the way Cited by: The Soviet Military Experience is the first general work to place the Soviet army into its true social, political and international contexts.
It focuses on the Bolshevik Party's intention to create an army of a new type, whose aim was both to defend the people and /5. Story. The story recounts an experiment set in a late–s Soviet test facility. In a military-sanctioned scientific experiment, five Political prisoners were kept in a sealed gas chamber, with a continually administered airborne stimulant for keeping the subjects awake for 30 consecutive days.
The prisoners were falsely promised that they will be set free from prison if they complete the experiment. This book is really the story of two heros who both served Peter the Great's Russia. In the middle eighteenth century Peter the Great was determined to make Russia a world power.
As part of his plan, he built berg, his "Window on the West" after defeating the Swedes and annexing the Karelian s: The Russian Experience book. New York Times bestselling author Ben Coes presents The Russian, a novel about a secret CIA program, authorized by the U.S.
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Historian and archival researcher Stephen G. Wheatcroft describes the book as "a fine literary masterpiece, a sharp political indictment against the Soviet regime, and has had tremendous importance in raising the issue of Soviet repression in the Russian consciousness." He also said that the book was essentially a "literary and political work", and "never claimed to place the camps in a.
New Books in Military History "This slim volume skillfully exploits recent archival releases and classic accounts to form a clear, concise and frequently poignant portrayal of Russian participation in World War I, a war that fundamentally altered the course of Russian history.
It is a "must read" for those interested in the subject."--Reviews: Russian researchers in the late s kept five people awake for fifteen days using an experimental gas based stimulant. They were kept in a sealed environment to carefully monitor their oxygen intake so the gas didn't kill them, since it was toxic in high concentrations.
This was before closed circuit cameras so they had only microphones and five inch thick glass porthole sized windows into. The book is gloomy – but worth reading to understand the genesis of the Russian revolution (in which Gorky is destined to become the Bolsheviks’ most prominent writer).
Doctor Zhivago. It's an English book written by a Russian author. This is partly a troll, but also reflective of my opinion. Cumulative experiences abroad (especially in France) for a lot of the 'great' American writers (Fitzgerald, Hemingway) influenced their writings, but that does not mean it is European literature now, does it.
The book sets the character against a backdrop of KGB informers, generals and detainees, other members of the intelligentsia and various other characters including Moscow itself.
Again, this is a story that is not too far removed from the author’s own life experience – Ulitskaya opposed the State during the Soviet Union. The rapid development, in just a few decades, of such an immense scientific establishment—in a social and economic environment strikingly different from the West—presents an unusual opportunity for the world’s leading authority on Soviet science to examine how the Russian experience sheds light on the status and character of science and technology throughout the world.
A powerful, groundbreaking narrative of the ordinary Russian soldier's experience of the worst war in history, based on newly revealed sources Of the thirty million who fought in the eastern front of World War II, eight million died, driven forward in suicidal charges, shattered by German shells and tanks.4/5().
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Russian experience. Commack, N.Y.: Nova Science Publishers, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors. “Голоса: A Basic Course in Russian, Book One” This is probably the most popular (and possibly the best) college textbook in use today.
Much like other university-level language books, it comes with a workbook and accompanying audio-visual materials. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Pylee, M.V. (Moolamattom Varkey), Russia of my experience. New Delhi: N.V.
Publications, (OCoLC) The Aviator is another Vodolazkin book translated by Lisa Hayden, the award-winning translator of Laurus, which is the life journey of a medieval Russian holy fool.
If the idea of using an older textbook in the first place makes you uncomfortable, check out Natasha Alexandrova’s “Russian Step by Step,” a modern book that’s somewhat similar to the “Self-Teacher.” It’ll help you avoid the dated Soviet-era references and will give you downloadable native audio to boot.
The first half of this book has two essential purposes: recap the history of Gabriel Allon’s experience with Russian villain Ivan Kharkov and then set the stage for his eventual capture. Author Daniel Silva freely recalls the history of Kharkov from his earlier novel Moscow Rules/5().The Russian nobility (Russian: дворянство dvoryanstvo) originated in the 14th it consisted of approximately 1, members (about % of the population).
Up until the February Revolution ofthe noble estates staffed most of the Russian government. The Russian word for nobility, dvoryanstvo (дворянство), derives from Slavonic dvor (двор.Get this from a library!
What have we learned about science and technology from the Russian experience?. [Loren R Graham] -- The author believes that the Russian example reveals in detail both the strengths and the weaknesses of social constructivism. Though many areas of Russian science show the unmistakable influence of.