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Ivan the Terrible, a screenplay [scenario] Translated by Ivor Montagu and Herbert Marshall. Edited by Ivor Mantagu, with appendices and illus. by Sergei Eisenstein

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Published by Secker and Warburg in London .
Written in English


  • Ivan -- IV, -- Czar of Russia, -- 1530-1584 -- Drama

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Edition Notes

Other titlesIvan Groznyi (Motion picture), Ivan the Terrible (Motion picture)
LC ClassificationsPG3476 E54 I843 1963
The Physical Object
Number of Pages319
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18429390M

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Ivan was the first son of Vasili III and his second wife, Elena 's mother was a Serbian princess and her father's family, the Glinski clan (nobles based in the Grand Duchy of Lithuania), claimed descent both from Orthodox Hungarian nobles and the Mongol ruler Mamai (–) When Ivan was three years old, his father died from an abscess and inflammation on his leg that. Ivan IV Vasilyevich (Aug – Ma ) is known as Ivan the Terrible because of his cruelty. Because of such a by-name people suppose that he was no one but a tyrant. Could he been described as terrible if he had acted. This book describes the organization and equipment of the tsar’s army and the forces of his enemies, the Poles, Lithuanians, Tatars, and Livonian Knights. The narrative examines all of Russia’s military campaigns in Eastern Europe and Western Siberia during the period of to —in the first specialist study of Ivan the Terrible’s. Ivan the Terrible, Russian Ivan Grozny, Russian in full Ivan Vasilyevich, also called Ivan IV, (born Aug , Kolomenskoye, near Moscow [Russia]—died Ma , Moscow), grand prince of Moscow (–84) and the first to be proclaimed tsar of Russia (from ). His reign saw the completion of the construction of a centrally.