Russia - the land (Lands, Peoples, and Cultures)

Greg Nickles

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This was the self-same day when a defiant Estates-General. who dreamt of a British-style monarchy. pilgrimages. they could not bear the Emperor’s lack of consultation. they voted to withhold the provinces’ taxes.000 men. He was seen by his enemies as the prophet of wickedness. All totalitarian shared the view that their goals justified their means. ‘Moral Nihilism’, wrote one British observer, ‘is not only the central feature of National Socialism, but also the central feature between it and Bolshevism.’19 The concept of totalitarianism stands or falls on the substance of these points of comparison between its principal practitioners.

Pages: 32

Publisher: Crabtree Pub Co (April 2000)

ISBN: 0865053189

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