The fighting on Russky's right and center was especially fierce and severe and resulted in great losses on both sides.
No authority for this remarkable statement is given, but we suspect the Russky Invalid.
The only serious and intelligent criticism of the work appeared in the Russky Viedomosti, from Kashkins pen.
One of the Russian army corps of General Russky's group made a determined stand.
Then Russky went to the czar again and told him there was no other way open to him, he must vacate his throne.
It was desired that their advance take place at the same time as the completion of the advance on Lemberg of Russky and Brussilov.
"Russky dampfschiff Batoum," I ordered the kaiktche, using the polyglot mixture which he was most likely to understand.
(p. 380) Having crossed the frontier between Brody and Sokal, Russky extended his forces on a wide front.
Tchaikovskys signature to his articles in the Russky Viedomosti.
Having this superiority in numbers, Russky felt that he was safe in attempting to envelop the Austrian forces on both flanks.