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    characters The Revolution of Peter the Great [read The Revolution of Peter the Great] epub By James Cracraft – eBook, Kindle eBook & PDF Read I took four or five classes taught by Professor Cracraft in college and he was simply inspiring This book argues that Peter I's real intention was to bring a cultural revolution to Russia and most every major decision he m

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G of the army was largely imported And then afterwards there was training Of A Few Score a few score aristocrats who were capable of continuing developmentThe same was true in the visual arts and articularly architecture Cracraft mentions the aristocracy was reuired to do state service and there was bureaucratic reform And the vast majority of the Transparent Cohabitation people were serfs But this shows just how limited Peter s revolution was Revolution from the top has always been Russia sroblem continuing to the resent day A stultified 98% of the opulation dependent "On 2% Of The "2% of the for there to be any change and rogress does not lead to success Not a biography of Peter but a study of the changes he brought to #OR FORCED ON RUSSIA CRACRAFT ARGUES #forced on Russia Cracraft argues Peter brought about a cultural revolution that forever altered Russia by making it a European country at least to some degree What is a revolution The uintessential revolution most eople have in their heads must be the French revolution 1789 followed by the Russian revolutio. Ture and image making emerged along with expansive vocabularies for labeling new objects and activities Russians learned how to build and sail warships; train supply and command a modern army; operate a new style bureaucracy; conduct diplomacy on a ar with the other European states; apply modern science; and conceptualize the new governing system Throughout Peter remains the central figure and Cracraft discusses the shaping events of the tsar's youth .
N of 1917 they were opular revolts concerning food turned into olitical upheaval by a #relatively small group of educated revolutionaries So calling Peter the Great a or #small group of educated revolutionaries So calling Peter the Great a or born into ower upheaval by a relatively small group of educated revolutionaries So calling Peter the Great a or less born into The Oathbreakers Shadow power monarch s rule a revolution seems out oflace This is James Cracraft s attempt at rewriting the classic enlightened ruler historiography by shifting the old focus on the monarch and his ersonality towards the rule and impact it has had I have to say that I think it works and believe it should be emulated Lovers of the classic big erson historiography will still f I took four or five classes taught by Professor Cracraft in college and he was simply inspiring This book argues that Peter I s real intention was to bring a cultural revolution to Russia and most every major decision he made was tied to his efforts to Europeanize Russia The chapters are clearly broken down into different aspects of this cultural revolution and this is a history that is extremely readable as he had his students in mind while writing it. Is inner circle the resistance his reforms engendered and the founding of the city that would embody his vision St Petersburg which celebrated Its Tercentenary In 2003By tercentenary in 2003By end Russia was Illusions And Lies W I T C H 6 poised tolay a critical role in the Napoleonic wars and boasted an elite culture about to burst into its golden age In this elouent book Cracraft illuminates an astonishing transformation that had enormous conseuences for both Russia and Europe indeed the worl. ,
I was enraptured by the initial chapter of this book Peter the Great is an extremely engaging historical character The rest of the book well it was very safe The synopsis could character The rest of the book well it was very safe The synopsis could be boiled down to Early Modern Europe had already made X advances since the Medieval Ages and Peter did XYand Z to bring Russia up to speed Once you ve grasped that initial I Am Human premise the book becomesretty fill in the blank lacking any real interesting or challenging ideas There are a few exceptions but in general it made the book a bit dull Read for Russian History class This is not meant to be a complete biography of Peter the Great but a short narrative on how he was able to revolutionize Russia Cracraft s main hypothesis that it was in the arts #And The Military That Peter Revolutionized Russia #the military that Peter revolutionized Russia main disagreement with cracraft is how much did eter really change is how much did Peter really change It seems to me it was a mile wide and an inch deep The military advisers were largely imported The building of the navy was entirely imported The strengthenin. Many books chronicle the remarkable life of Russian tsar Peter the Great but none analyze how his famous reforms actually took root and spread in Russia In The Revolution of Peter the Great James Cracraft offers a brilliant new interpretation of this ivotal eraLinking together and transcending Peter's many reforms of state and society Cracraft argues was nothing less than a cultural revolution New ways of dress elite social behavior navigation architec.