READ La saga des Romanov de Pierre le Grand à Nicolas II Author Jean des Cars


La saga des Romanov de Pierre le Grand à Nicolas IIMai mult se aseamana cu o colectie de articole decat cu o carte de istorie Autorul un jurnalist care a lucrat si la Le Figaro nu expune evenimentele insirate ca pe "O CRONOLOGIE CI ADUCE NARATIUNEA IN "cronologie ci aduce naratiunea in istorica Petru cel Mare este denumit Petru cel Incapatanat Petru cel Grabit in functie de actiunile lui Me encanta la historia de la Dinast a Romanov pero al buscar libros al respecto estos oscilan entre el tedio o lo inconcluso es dif cil dar con un autor ue te brinde la informaci n necesaria sin atosigarte con la misma En este caso la historia es bien narrada pero un tanto inconclusa es muy bueno como introducci n a la Dinast a a ue es muy abarcador pero no ahonda en ciertas situaciones Hay varias apreciaciones del autor por lo general entre par ntesis ue a veces resultan molestas prefiero sacar las conclusiones sola no ue me apunten las respuestas m xime si a veces no las comparto Pese a ello realmente Me Gust Y Para Uienes Uieran Un Primer Acercamiento Con gust para uienes uieran un primer acercamiento con familia me parece muy acertado para nada tedioso Encontr fascinante la historia de este clan del cual s lo conoc a muy poco gracias a las clases de historia mundial Si bien el libro me sirvi para aprender sobre distintos per odos de la historia Rusa la #informaci n estaba dada de forma muy desorganizada con bastante subjetividad por parte del escritor uien #n estaba dada de forma muy desorganizada The Devil of Nanking y con bastante subjetividad por parte del escritor uien haber redactado todo de forma objetiva O carte de excep ie o incursiune fascinant n istoria Rusiei ariste Nu mai pot s zic dec t c Jean des Cars este genial D La historia de los zares Romanov Un viaje hist rico desde 1613 hasta 1917 finalizando con Nicol s II su tr gico final junto con su familia Rusia u pas de ser un imperio de los zares a un pa s comunista ue dio un golpe de estado con los bolcheviues justo cuando eran parte de los aliados en la gran gue. La Russie ne cesse de retrouver son passé impérial Cette spectaculaire réconciliation a débuté en juillet 1998 lors de l'inhumation des restes de la famille du dernier tsar assassinée à Ekaterinbourg en 1918 Boris Eltsine demande publiuement pardon pour «les crimes du bolchevisme du stalinis. Rra ven an de una derrota militar con Jap n comandados por Lenin Y Terminado Restableciendo y terminado restableciendo Rep blica Federal con Putin en el 2001 Los zares de los ue habla el libro relata sus sucesos caracter sticas m s importantes sonPedro el grande Catalina IPedro IIAnaIsabel Pedro III Catalina la grande Pablo IAlejandro INicol s IAlejandro IIAlejandro IIINicol s II Miguel 24 horas ripreso per errore in italiano dopo averlo letto nell originale francese di cui avevo una copia a casa Mi lascia perplessa l introduzione che sembra un omaggio alla Russia di PutinLo sto rileggendo scrive bene le informazioni mi sembrano corrette ma i convince poco la sua ammirazione per gli autocrati il cosiddetto uomo forte Che sia Putin o Pietro il grande uesto mi vien da pensare che ammirerebbe pure StalinRiletta originale Piacevole e aggiornata per lui comunue gli autocrati sono tutti positivi uasi gli autocrati sono tutti positivi o uasi A trip down the Russian history lane which explains so much of the culture choices and actions of this country one of the best books i read laitly it kept my interest up from beging till end As Russia kept expanding it s territories an Siberia became the terror instrument against it s opponents a Russo phobia began spreading throughout the world That unfortunately drove to a state of near oblivion of the history of one of the most influential empires and countries in the worldYet once Gorbachev started in the early 80s his famous perestroika the truth started slowly to come out Thus after then 60 ears of lies and misleading the pre communist history started seeing the lightJean des Cars tells us of a Russia that through Boris Yeltsin and later through Vladimir Putin brought the remainings of the last Romanovs back to a christian grave an some of the legends surrounding this family such as Anastas. Me et de leurs successeurs» Jean des Cars témoin privilégié de cette cérémonie raconte comment la dynastie des Romanov de 1613 à 1917 est à nouveau entrée dans l'HistoireSi uelues hautes figures comme Pierre Ier le Grand ou Catherine II ont toujours été estimées on assiste au retour dans. Ia legend elucidated Starting with a history of the forming of the first Russian country in Kiev then with the Muscovite Russia the author goes uickly through the first of the Romanov tzars and then strait to one of the greatest of them Peter the Great Offering large chapters for the history of some Peter the Great Catherine the Great or Nicolai the second and small chapters to some less important representatives Elisabeth Petronia or Pavel the first Jean des Cars report in a journalistic manner the most important points in the history of the great Romanov dynasty Even though it covers everything needed to be covered to get an idea on the greatness of the dynasty and even though the journalistic manner the greatness of the dynasty and even though the journalistic manner which this history has been depicted should make for a sufficient reading I think that each and every one of these tzars deserves a book as thick as this one is So for those who seek a detailed telling a rigorous study on the Romanov family don t hold Convaincre en moins de 2 minutes your breath This book barely covers a few political decisions of a greater importance and it makes no real light into the two problematic points of this saga how was it possible for the Romanovs to seize the throne of Russia and how was it possible to lose itHowever I think reading this book is a very good thing especially for those who are driven in their search for literature history or art by the Russo phobia I mentioned earlier So read it causeou ll get over it and then ou will be able to enjoy things like Pushkin s or Dostoevsky s literature Rimsky Korsakov s music or the dance of Maia Plisetskaia the story of the romanovs is told in a interesting way by the author he tells also what is still visible from their legacy in st petersburg and moscow and he certainly succeeds in gaining the desire of the reader to visit these cities. La mémoire collective de Paul Ier Alexandre Ier ou encore Alexandre III Le temps des tsars est reconsidéré après la désinformation imposée par la Révolution la guerre civile et la dictature Et la Russie d'aujourd'hui découvre enfin ses souverains ceux ui ont bâti le plus vaste pays du mond. .