Russian Frontiers: From Muscovy to Khrushchev

By: Bray, William

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Good Condition: One page shows notation otherwise unmarked. Tight binding. Visible cover wear. Dusjacket shows moderate wear to all edges including short tears. Hardcover book with dustjacket copy of Russian Frontiers: From Muscovy to Khrushchev by William G. Bray. From the dustjacket endflap: Bray offers a succinct and significant discussion of the importance of the Russian frontier in determining the Russian national character, a character which, he says, has always been influenced by a drive to expand her limited borders. Indianapolis IN: The Bobbs-Merrill Company (Howard W. Sams & Co., Inc.), 1963. 273 pages, 22 cm. William Gilmer Bray (1903-1979) was a member of the United States House of Representatives from Indiana. Called to active duty from the US Army Reserve June 21, 1941, with the rank of captain and served with a tank company throughout the Pacific campaign, receiving the Silver Star. After the war, he was transferred to Military Government and served nine months in Korea as deputy property custodian. Bray was released from active duty in November 1946 with the rank of colonel. (source: Wikipedia) Free shipping on domestic orders $25 and over!

Title: Russian Frontiers: From Muscovy to Khrushchev

Author/Composer: Bray, William

Categories: History General Topics,

Publisher: Bobbs-Merrill: 1963

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Good

Jacket Condition: Good

Type: Hardcover

Seller ID: 008661

Keywords: Nonfiction Books, William Bray, Russia Political Ideology, Russia Foreign Relations, Soviet Union Territorial Expansion,