The The Personality and Political Activity of Otto-von-Bismarck in the Russian Conservative, Liberal and Democratic Press in the second half of the 19-th - the beginning of the 20th century
AbstractThe article is devoted to the personality and the political activity of one of the leading European diplomats of the 19th century, German Chancellor Otto-von-Bismarck reflected in the Russian press of the different political directions, and how these opinions influenced the decision-making in foreign policy by the Russian political elite.
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