Jan 22, 2017 · c. 1870-1886. People of the Russian Empire. The far-flung subjects of the Tsar. by Alex Q. Arbuckle
The Russian Empire (also known as Russia) was an empire that existed from 1721 until it was overthrown by the short-lived February Revolution in 1917.
Historical Background: In 1895, the Imperial Russian government began planning a census of the entire Russian Empire. The actual count of individuals took place on
Pioneering photographer Sergei Prokudin-Gorskii developed innovative techniques to capture parts of the Russian Empire in colour for the first time.
Prof. Rock Brynner – Vladivostok and the Russian Far East
This Russian Empire Timeline gives a brief overview of key events during the history of the Russian Empire, with a particular focus on its expansion and conflicts
Nov 29, 2013 · A documentary about the land of the zars: the Russian Empire
Since the former Russian MP, adventurer, and entrepreneur Anton Bakov announced that he was reviving the Russian Empire by buying three remote Micronesian Islands
Russia remained unaffected by the liberalising tendencies of this era with respect to the status of Jews. Before the 18th century Russia maintained an exclusionary
Around 1905, Prokudin-Gorsky envisioned and formulated a plan to use the emerging technological advances that had been made in color photography to document the