EST. 1903 - Presenting global influential leaders from business, labour, education & government through events
Ignatieff, Count Paul N.
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Understanding the trend of the underlying forces which have created the Russian Nation. A review of Russia's past history to provide some idea of the difficulties confronting Russian school education. An historical review of Russia's education. The ruling class of Russia. The Russian as a family man or a religious man. Natural resources of Russia. An agricultural history. Divisions of land after revolution of 1917. The problem of vital interest to Canada whether Russia will continue to be a competitor in future world wheat markets. Problems of growth in Canada entirely different to those in Russia. The task of blending two cultural forces, the West and the East.