The Rise of Russia
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This paper discusses the impact of Western Europe on the social growth of Russia during the eighteenth century and its making of an empire. It explains the actions of Peter the Great, his expeditions and finally his extensive modifications within Russia. It continues to expand on Catherine the Great's modernization and further growth of Russia.
From the Paper:"Russia saw a number of changes in the eighteenth century under Peter the Great, many of which can be attributed to the influences of Europe. As it became stronger, the "church subordinated to the state, patriarche was formally abolished in 1721, church property was put under control of a government department and church theology taught obedience to the state. There was a new educational program to train soldiers, which included schools of navigation, mathematics, artillery, languages, medicine and engineering, the Academy of Sciences was established in 1724 and the first Russian newspaper was published in 1703."
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