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European years[ edit ] George Vernadsky and his sister Nina Born in Saint Petersburg on August 20, , Vernadsky stemmed from a respectable family of the Russian intelligentsia. His father was Vladimir Vernadsky , famous Russian geologist.

His instructors included the historians Vasily Klyuchevsky and Robert Vipper. Politically close to the kadet party of which his father was one of the leaders , Vernadsky began his career as a supporter of liberal ideas, authoring the biographies of Nikolai Novikov and Pavel Milyukov.

During the years of the Russian Civil War — , he lectured for a year in Perm. He then taught in Kiev and then followed the White Army to Simferopol , where he taught at the local university for two years. After the fall of Crimea to the Bolsheviks in , Vernadsky left his native country for Constantinople , moving to Athens later that year.

At the suggestion of Nikodim Kondakov , he settled in Prague , teaching there from until at the Russian School of Law. There, in association with Nikolai Trubetzkoy and P. Savitsky, he participated in formulating the Eurasian Theory of Russian history. At Yale, he first served as a research associate in history — , and then became a full professor of Russian history in He served in that position until his retirement in He died in New Haven on June 12, It was translated to numerous languages, including Hebrew and Japanese.

In , he embarked on his magnum opus, A History of Russia, of which six volumes were eventually published, despite the death of his co-author, Professor Michael Karpovich , in Interpretation of Russian history[ edit ] Vernadsky took a novel approach to Russian history, presenting it as a continuous succession of empires, starting from the Scythian, Sarmatian, Gothic, and Hunnic; Vernadsky attempted to determine the laws of their expansion and collapse.

His views emphasized the importance of Eurasian nomadic cultures for the cultural and economic progress of Russia, thus anticipating some of the ideas advanced by Lev Gumilev. Vernadsky became the leading American exponent of depicting Russia as much Asian as European, if not more so. He pointed out many strong cultural differences between Russia and Europe, and praised the success of Russian development along an independent path that revealed its own unique character.

Vernadsky was a geographical determinist like his Yale colleague Ellsworth Huntington. They assumed that the characteristics of a land defined the character of the people and indeed of their government as well.

For that reason Vernadsky was able to identify the roots of Russian culture in an ancient period long before the Slavic groups arrived. He thereby undercut the standard claim that modern Russia emerged from Kievan Rus. He emphasized the importance of the Mongol period — , as the horde united the vast Eurasian plain under a single ruler. This gave tsarist Russia a strong centralized government as well as the deep distrust of Europe. Vernadsky was annoyed that Peter the Great tried to Westernize Russia, thereby distorting its natural character.

He said Peter only succeeded in polarizing Russia into a Western oriented elite that stood in profound conflict with the Eurasian peasants. Indeed, Vernadsky argued that this polarization was one of the main weaknesses of the tsarist regime, making it incapable of dealing with the revolutionary movements of the early twentieth century.

He celebrated the collapse of the European style parliamentary regime in the October Revolution of that brought the Bolsheviks to power. Vernadsky was not a liberal, nor was he a Communist sympathizer, but he did admire the Bolsheviks for rebuilding a strong Russia on non-European lines. Thus, some critics of early editions were doubtful about certain figures and estimates he made for contemporaneousness, pointing out that some of them were rather a guess than hard evidence.

After a new, edition of A History of Russia appeared in , S. Clough from Columbia University reviewed it in Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science : Most serious criticism of the book seems justified by the discussion of the Soviet period. Professor Vernadsky is a Russian refugee and has not been able to throw off an anti-Bolshevik bias. For example, in discussing the Five Year Plan he says, "In some branches the quality of manufactured products fell below that of output before the war by 30, 40 or even 50 per cent".

This is obviously a guess: quality of such various goods as are produced in Russia cannot be reduced to a percentage. In his whole discussion of the Five Year Plan he does not take sufficient account of the labor and capital invested for future production, and in citing Five Year Plan statistics he does not state which Five Year Plan he refers to. Moreover, he compares the figures issued at the end of the first year fifth those of the preceding year when a better picture would have been given if he had compared them with an index number.

The last paragraph of the book seems questionable to the reviewer: "At the outset of the year , the New Economic Policy could be considered completely abrogated. There had begun a new experiment in militant communism.

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European years[ edit ] George Vernadsky and his sister Nina Born in Saint Petersburg on August 20, , Vernadsky stemmed from a respectable family of the Russian intelligentsia. His father was Vladimir Vernadsky , famous Russian geologist. His instructors included the historians Vasily Klyuchevsky and Robert Vipper. Politically close to the kadet party of which his father was one of the leaders , Vernadsky began his career as a supporter of liberal ideas, authoring the biographies of Nikolai Novikov and Pavel Milyukov.

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