About this item
Clarendon Press, 1992. Dustcover has a few dents, minor creasing at the top and a faded spine. Small creases to the first few pages, otherwise excellent condition internally.
This is a biography of Paul I, son of Catherine the Great and Tsar of Russia 1796-1801. Considered by some to have been a cruel despot verging on the insane, Paul has been seen by others as a progressive if flawed ruler who was overthrown because he challenged the privileged nobility. Roderick McGrew explores the influences which shaped Paul's values and behaviour, assessing the role played by his upbringing on the fringes of his mother's court and of the French Revolution.
- McGrew, Roderick E.
- Used: very good
- Number of pages:
- Clarendon Press
- Paul I of Russia
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