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Russia and the Ukraine
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ArcheoBiblioBase: Archives in Russia (Patricia Kennedy Grimsted, Harvard U., and the Federal Archival Agency of Russia)
A Chronology of Russian History (timelines arranged by period; each timeline has links to info about items) (RObert Beard, Bucknell U., Lewiston, PA)
Documents in Russian History: An On-Line Sourcebook (selections from texts, as well as links) (Seton Hall U.)
The Empire That Was: The Prokudin-Gorski Photographic Record Recreated (virtual exhibits, arranged by subject) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Beyond the Pale: The History of Jews in Russia (virtual exhibits, arranged by topic; in English and in Russian) (Joke Kniesmeyer)
Russian and East European Studies Virtual Library (homepage for society, with searchable database for links) (REES, U. of Pittsburgh)
Russia-- A Country Study (links to numerous articles on Russian history, culture, and government) (Library of COngress, Washington, DC)
Russian History (annotated links) (Robert Beard, Bucknell U.)
Russian History (articles organized by time period) (Dept. of Slavonic Studies, Durham U.)
Russian History (annotated links) (Robert Beard, Bucknell U., Lewiston, PA)
Russian Navy (homepage, in Russian or in English; links to history of navy, as well as to naval museum)
Russian History Index (sections on archives, links, and journals; within the WWW Vitual Library site) (Daria Khlestkina and Tatiana Fazio)
Sher's Russian Index (links on Russian culture and history, arranged by subject) (Benjamin Sher)
Slavic Research Center: Useful Links (links on Russia, Eastern Europe, and Central Asia, arranged by subject) (Slavic Research Center, Hokkaido U.)
World History Archives: History of Eastern Europe in General (includes link pages for Russia, Ukraine, Poland and others, with "documents to support the study of world history from a working-class and non-Eurocentric perspective") (Haines Brown, Central Connecticut S.)

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