(12) However, the tzarist
government soon began using the ensuing turmoil of the student movement as an excuse to deny women's access to academia.
To these are added anti-semitic conspiracy theories in the manner of "The Protocols of the Elders of Zion" (a tzarist
forgery) and also some American science fiction details.
Spanning 20 years of Tzarist
Russia, it tends to drag but word says its emotional rollercoaster replays the ride.
In a book which appeared in tzarist
Russia in 1911 and which was apparently concerned with Marxist conceptions (the reference here is based on a quotation from the German translation which was published in the 1940's) reads: "The concrete personality should perish.
These opportunists were violating international law, as the first tzarist
charter of the Company restricted foreigners from trading directly with natives in lands claimed by the tsar.
They replied, "God was angry at our forefathers and scattered us among the gentiles for our sins." According to an account written by Alexander Dumas, the author of The Three Musketeers, in his 1858 book Adventures in Tzarist
Russia, Vladimir replied, "There seems to me no sense in taking sides with these fugitives from the wrath of heaven.
He also invokes the memory of his distant cousin, whose exploits in nineteenth-century Russia and writings on the tzarist
empire inspired Kennan in similar directions.
regime, however, wanted to amputate its long-standing imperial nemesis by carving out as much territory as possible, handing it over to the burgeoning nationalist forces in Anatolia - while ruthlessly repressing such forces at home.
The plot unfolds during the 1880s First Aliya (the first wave of Zionist immigration to Palestine), where memories of pogroms in Tzarist
Russia echo the Holocaust.