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The dispatch of State Secretary KV Nesselrode to the former envoy in Vienna, GO Stackelberg, about the intention of the Russian side, which reflected "the most unjust aggression", to exert all efforts to liberate Europe. Alexander I invites all powers to

      Russia. State Board of Foreign AffairsCancellary The dispatch of State Secretary KV Nesselrode to the former envoy in Vienna, GO Stackelberg, about the intention of the Russian side, which reflected "the most unjust aggression", to exert all efforts to liberate Europe. Alexander I invites all powers to contribute to this goal.
Wilno, 1812.

Essay on the phenomena of war in the view of the commander on the letters of Napoleon for the summer and autumn of 1813

  Nechvolodov, Alexander Dmitrievich (1864-1938).     Essay on the phenomena of war in the submission of the commander on the letters of Napoleon for the summer and autumn of 1813.
Warsaw: ed. with the help of Military. com. Ch. Staff, 1894.

The march of the August Emperor Alexander I to Germany and France and the exploits of his famous allies, with a description of all the most important incidents and memorable changes. Part 1

The march of the August Emperor Alexander I to Germany and France and the exploits of his famous allies, with a description of all the most important incidents and memorable changes. Moscow: in the printing house of NS Vsevolozhsky, 1814.
Part 1. 1814.

The march of the August Emperor Alexander I to Germany and France and the exploits of his famous allies, with a description of all the most important incidents and memorable changes. Part 2

The march of the August Emperor Alexander I to Germany and France and the exploits of his famous allies, with a description of all the most important incidents and memorable changes. Moscow: in the printing house of N. Vsevolozhsky, 1814.
Part 2. 1814.

The march of the August Emperor Alexander I to Germany and France and the exploits of his famous allies, with a description of all the most important incidents and memorable changes. Part 3

The march of the August Emperor Alexander I to Germany and France and the exploits of his famous allies, with a description of all the most important incidents and memorable changes. Moscow: in the printing house of NS Vsevolozhsky, 1814.
Part 3. 1814.

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