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Pyotr Stolypin

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First, let us invoke Pyotr Stolypin, prime minister from 1906 to 1911. Putin has praised his "unbending will" and his "personal courage and a willingness to load himself with the entire burden of responsibility for the state of the country.
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Alexei's son Peter the Great was determined to modernise his kingdom along the lines of what he had seen on his travels through western Europe. The magnificent showpiece city of St Petersburg testifies to his success in one respect.
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Ukraine Today's Viewpoint is joined by Vitalii Ogiienko, the Chief Specialist of the Department of Science of the Ukrainian Institute of National Remembrance to discuss the tragic event – the Holodomor – the famine of 1932-33 in Ukraine.
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He is the only political figure whose element of dress has gone down in history, although not in a nice way: "Stolypin's necktie" referred to the executioner's noose.

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