Russia and the Napoleonic Wars (inbunden)
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1st ed. 2015
Palgrave Macmillan
Keenan, Paul / Lieven, Dominic
black and white XVII 5 Illustrations 271P5 illus
5 Illustrations, black and white; XVII, 271 p. 5 illus.
Russia and the Napoleonic Wars
218 x 142 x 23 mm
545 g
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Russia and the Napoleonic Wars (inbunden)

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Russia played a fundamental role in the outcome of Napoleonic Wars; the wars also had an impact on almost every area of Russian life. Russia and the Napoleonic Wars brings together significant and new research from Russian and non-Russian historians and their work demonstrates the importance of this period both for Russia and for all of Europe.
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"This is a valuable book: it introduces new features of Napoleonic Russia to the non-specialist, it strikes a good thematic balance between domestic and foreign policy, and between society, economics and politics; and for all the vastness of its subject, it nonetheless conveys a sense of how the ordinary Russian experienced this turbulent period." (Michael Rowe,, June, 2017) "All of the chapters are mercifully short, direct, well explicated, and easily read. A well-done book. ... Summing Up: Recommended. Most levels/libraries." (N. E. Bou-Nacklie, Choice, Vol. 53 (9), May, 2016)

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Michael Broers, Oxford University, UK Alan Forrest, University of York, UK Elise Kimerling Wirtschafter, California State Polytechnic University, USA Marie-Pierre Rey, University of Paris Pantheon Sorbonne, France Aleksandr A. Orlov, Sholokhov Moscow State University of the Humanities, Russia David Schimmelpenninck van der Oye, Brock University, Canada Viktor M. Bezotosnyi, State Historical Museum, Moscow, Russia Denis A. Sdvizhkov, German Historical Institute, Moscow, Russia Liudmila P. Marnei, Slavonic Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia Liubov Melnikova, Institute of Russian History, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia Andrzej Nieuwazny, Nicolaus Copernicus University, Poland Grigorii Bibikov, Institute of Russian History, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia Alexander M. Martin, University of Notre Dame, USA Tatiana Saburova, Omsk State Pedagogical University, Russia


Introduction; Dominic Lieven 1. International Relations in the Napoleonic Era: The Long View; Dominic Lieven 2. Cicero and Aristotle: Cultural Imperialism and the Napoleonic Geography of Empire; Michael Broers 3. Napoleon's Vision of Empire and the Decision to Invade Russia; Alan Forrest 4. Russian Perspectives on European Order: 'Review of the Year 1819'; Elise Kimerling Wirtschafter 5. Alexander I, Talleyrand and France's Future in 1814; Marie-Pierre Rey 6. Russia and Britain in International Relations in the Period 1807-1812; Aleksandr A. Orlov 7. Russia, Napoleon and the Threat to British India; David Schimmelpenninck van der Oye 8. Factions and In-Fighting among Russian Generals in the 1812 Era; Viktor M. Bezotosnyi 9. The 'Maid of Orleans' of the Russian Army: Prince Eugen of Wurttemberg in the Napoleonic Wars; Denis A. Sdvizhkov 10. The Finances of the Russian Empire in the Period of the Patriotic War of 1812 and of the Foreign Campaigns of the Russian Army; Liudmila P. Marnei 11. Patriotism in the Provinces in 1812: Volunteers and Donations; Janet M. Hartley 12. The Russian Imperial Court and Victory Celebrations During the Early Napoleonic Wars; Paul Keenan 13. Orthodox Russia against 'Godless' France: the Russian Church and the 'Holy War' of 1812; Liubov Melnikova 14. The Enemy Behind Our Backs? The Occupation of the Duchy of Warsaw 1813-1814; Andrzej Nieuwazny 15. Heroes of the Napoleonic Wars in the Ruling Elite of the Russian Empire; Grigorii Bibikov 16. The 1812 War and the Civilizing Process in Russia; Alexander M. Martin 17. The Patriotic War of 1812 in the Commemorative Practices and Historical Memory of Russian Society from the Nineteenth to the Early Twenty-First Centuries; Tatiana Saburova