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Title: The Russian Empire's policy toward German colonists in the early 19th century: rules for admission and settlement
Other Titles: ПОЛИТИКА РОССИЙСКОЙ ИМПЕРИИ В ОТНОШЕНИИ НЕМЕЦКИХ КОЛОНИСТОВ В НАЧАЛЕ XIX В.: ПРАВИЛА ПРИЕМА И ОБУСТРОЙСТВА
Authors: Malyshkina, E. V.
Малышкина, Е. В.
Keywords: Russia;Germany;Colonists;Russian-German relations;Resettlement policy
Issue Date: 2022
Citation: Malyshkina, EV; Kolesnikov, IN; Nikulina, EV; Petrova, SI. The Russian Empire's policy toward German colonists in the early 19th century: rules for admission and settlement // Voprosy Istorii. - 2022. - 9 (2), 68-76. - DOI: 10.31166/VoprosyIstorii202209Statyi38
Series/Report no.: Voprosy Istorii
Abstract: The authors substantiate the idea that the joint struggle of the Russian-German politicians and the military became one of the factors in the defeat of Napoleon. The article analyzes the measures taken by the Russian authorities aimed at organizing the resettlement sentiments of German peasants at the time of the aggravation of the international situation at the beginning of the 19th century. The article focuses on the policy of the Russian Empire regarding the colonists, as a result of which there have been changes in approaches to determining their qualitative composition, rules for admission and placement.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12258/23415
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