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  • Author(s) Elise Kimerling Wirtschafter
  • Edition1
  • Published9th January 2008
  • PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons (UK)
  • ISBN9781405134583
Russia?s Age of Serfdom 1649-1861 offers a broad
interpretive history of the Russian Empire from the time of
serfdom?s codification until its abolition following the
Crimean War.

  • Considers the institution of serfdom, official social
    categories, and Russia?s development as a country of peasants
    ruled by nobles, military commanders, and civil servants

  • Illuminates the reality of absolute monarchy in Russia, with
    special emphasis on the mobilization of human and material
    resources, the search for regular government, and the persistence
    of personal-moral forms of authority

  • Traces the emergence of modern Russian culture out of and
    alongside Orthodox religious culture

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  • Author(s) Elise Kimerling Wirtschafter
  • Edition1
  • Published9th January 2008
  • PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons (UK)
  • ISBN9781405134583
Russia?s Age of Serfdom 1649-1861 offers a broad
interpretive history of the Russian Empire from the time of
serfdom?s codification until its abolition following the
Crimean War.

  • Considers the institution of serfdom, official social
    categories, and Russia?s development as a country of peasants
    ruled by nobles, military commanders, and civil servants

  • Illuminates the reality of absolute monarchy in Russia, with
    special emphasis on the mobilization of human and material
    resources, the search for regular government, and the persistence
    of personal-moral forms of authority

  • Traces the emergence of modern Russian culture out of and
    alongside Orthodox religious culture

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