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  • To historians who believe that Russia was shaped by the will of one man—Peter the Great—and that France from a republic became an empire and French armies went to Russia at the will of one man—Napoleon—to say that Russia remained a power because Napoleon had a bad cold on the twenty-fourth of August may seem logical and convincing.
  • Ah, when one looks at our young people, Prince, one would like to take Peter the Great’s old cudgel out of the museum and belabor them in the Russian way till all the nonsense jumps out of them."

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  • Back in the seventeen hundreds, Prince Menshikov threw a party for Peter the Great—the tsar who built this city.
    Rick Riordan  --  The Throne of Fire
  • Then, I read more about the Northern War (1700-21) involving Peter the Great, Charles XII, Augustus the Strong, Stanislaus Leczinsky, Mazeppa, von Gorz, Bran— denburg, Western Pomerania, Eastern Pomerania and Denmark, plus the usual dates.
    Anne Frank  --  The Diary of a Young Girl

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