songs

Songs about Milyutin:

songsWhen the Soldiers Sing (Lissiansky / Milyutin) by Red Army Chorus from the Album The Best of the Original Ensemble (Les Grands Succès De L'ensemble Original)

songsParaphrase on Themes of Milyutin's Song from the Film "The Hearts of Four" by VIO-66 Mazhukov Orchestra from the Album Music for Relaxation

songsSongs for the Front: Milyutin: Mitka-Lelyuk: Do Not Touch Us by Natalia Pavlova from the Album Shostakovich: Songs for the Front

songsWhen the Soldiers Sing (Lissiansky / Milyutin) by Le Choeur De L'Armée Rouge from the Album Best Of The Original Ensemble

books

Books about Milyutin:

booksMILYUTIN, DMITRY ALEXEYEVICH: An entry from Macmillan Reference USA's Encyclopedia of Russian History by LARISSA ZAKHAROVA (2004)

booksMILYUTIN, NIKOLAI ALEXEYEVICH: An entry from Macmillan Reference USA's Encyclopedia of Russian History by DANIEL FIELD (2004)

booksArhitektor Nikolay Milyutin (2013)

booksMilyutin, Aleksej Dmitrievich

booksMilyutin, Aleksandr Nikolaevich

booksMilyutin, Ivan Andreevich

booksNikolaj Alekseevich Milyutin I Reformy

wiki

Wiki information Milyutin:

Dmitry Milyutin
Politician, Person, Deceased Person

Count Dmitry Alekseyevich Milyutin was Minister of War and the last Field Marshal of Imperial Russia. He was responsible for sweeping military reforms that changed the face of the Russian army in the 1860s and 1870s.

Nikolay Milyutin
Politician, Deceased Person, Person

Nikolay Alexeyevich Milyutin was a Russian statesman remembered as the chief architect of the great liberal reforms undertaken during Alexander II's reign, including the emancipation of the serfs and the establishment of zemstvo.