Tales of the New Cold War: 1 of 2: Russia's nuclear-powered fear of First Strike. Stephen F. Cohen @NYU @Princeton eastwestaccord.com.

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Photo: Travels of a naturalist in northern Europe, Norway, 1871, Archangel, 1872, Petchora, 1875
Year: 1905 (1900s)
AuthorsHarvie-Brown, J. A. (John Alexander), 1844-1916
SubjectsBirds -- Europe, Northern Europe, Northern -- Description and travel Valdres (Norway) -- Description and travel
PublisherLondon, T. F. Unwin

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onlyvillage we have seen it in since leaving Vologda Govern-ment. (In Archangel I have omitted to mention that weobserved a few specimens only of the Tree Sparrow.) On the last stage before reaching Pifiega we shot aGreat Spotted Woodpecker, and tried in vain to get at twoSiberian Jays. We found it, however, absolutely imprac-ticable to attempt any work in the woods without snow-shoes, and soon gave up attempting it. At Pinega, which we reached at 2 p.m., we saw twentySamoyede sledges and about eighty Reindeer (at four deerto each sledge). They were from Kahin. We left ourletter for the Ispravnik of Piiiega, as he may possibly beuseful to us on our return journey. Our route to Kuloiskaia, a 34 versts stage, lay princi-pally along the Kuloi River from near its source, onthe right bank, amidst beautiful scenery. A low rangeof what Seebohm recognised as Oolite skirts the river-side, and is covered with weird forest of lichen-coveredlarches and pines and spruce. The tall larches were most
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Tales of the New Cold War: 1 of 2: Russia's nuclear-powered fear of First Strike. Stephen F. Cohen @NYU @Princeton eastwestaccord.com.

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