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The Brockhaus and Efron Encyclopedic Dictionary was published in Saint Petersburg, Russia, in 1890-1907 by Brockhaus-Efron, a joint venture of the Saint Petersburg printer I.A. Efron and the F.A. Brockhaus publishing company of Leipzig, Germany. In 86 volumes, the work contains 121,240 articles, 7,800 images, and 235 maps. The encyclopedia was patterned on the famous Brockhaus Enzyklopädie that was published by Brockhaus in Germany in numerous editions during the 19th century, but its contents are distinctively Russian. The encyclopedia was produced under the overall editorship of Professors K.K. Arsen'ev and E.E. Petrushevsky, who were assisted by fellow academics responsible for different editorial departments, such as chemistry, biological sciences, philosophy, geography, philosophy, literature, and music. Many of the articles were written by prominent Russian scholars and cultural figures of the period, including the philosopher, essayist, and poet Vladimir Sergeyevich Solovyov (1853-1900) and the chemist Dmitri Ivanovich Mendeleyev (1834-1907). Each volume runs to more than 500 pages. The volumes of the digitized copy presented on the Library of Congress website bear the stamp Südostdeutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft Wien (Southeast German Research Association, Vienna), and most likely were acquired by the United States Army after the defeat of Nazi Germany in 1945 and transferred to the Library of Congress. Older stamps indicate that many of the books previously belonged to private or government libraries in Russia.-- World Digital Library.
Table Of Contents
1. А-Арагвай
2. Араго-Банки
3. Банки-Бисы
4. Битбургъ-Буннукъ
5. Буны-Венути
6. Венцано-Воланъ
7. Волапюкъ-Гальбанъ
8. Гальбергъ-Го
9. Гоа-Давенантъ
10. Давенпортъ-Домиціанъ
11. Домиціи-Жилонъ
12. Жилы-Имидокислоты
13. Имидоэѳиры-Кадайловичъ
14. Калака-Керо
15. Керосинъ-Конкордія
16. Конкордъ-Кулонъ
17. Култагой-Лопаревъ
18. Лопари-Мейшагола
19. Мекененъ-Московскій телеграфъ
20. Московскій университетъ-Неясыти
21. Нибелунги-Опацкій
22. Опека-Патентъ о поединкахъ
23. Патенты на изобрѣтенія-Поватажное
24. Повелительное наклоненіе-Прая
25. Праяга-Работный домъ
26. Рабочая книжка-Роза ди-Тиволи
27. Розавенъ-Рясское и Россія
28. Россія и С-Сахаронъ
29. Сахаръ-Симфонія
30. Симъ-Софія Палеологъ
31. Софія-Судоустройство
32. Судоходные сборы-Термиты
33. Термическія ощущенія-Трульскій соборъ
34. Трумпъ-Усиліе
35. Усинскій пограничный округъ-Финляндія
36. Финляндія-Хаки
37. Хакимъ-Цензура
38. Цензурный комитетъ-Чугуевскій полкъ
39. Чугуевъ-Шуйскій монастырь
40. Шуйское-Эрготинъ
41. Эрданъ-Ѵ
Дополнительный томъ 1 (1-1А). Аа-Кочубей
Дополнительный томъ 2 (2-2А). Комбухъ-Прусикъ.
Дополнительный томъ 1. Аа-Бяхирь (1905)
Дополнительный томъ 1А. Гаагская конференція-Кочубей (1905). Shelved at LC under call number AE55.E6 Suppl. Copy 3.
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