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032056
Predstavitel`nye Uchrezhdeniia Rossiiskoi Imperii v 1906-1917
Materialy Perliustratsii Departamenta Politsii
[ Representative bodies of the Russian Empire in 1906-1917 : Materials of perlustration of the Police department]

Ed. by V.V. Shelokhaev; comp. and comm. by K.A. Solov`ev
Moscow:  Politicheskaia entsiklopediia, 2014
718 p
Hardcover. 14 x 21 cm
ISBN: 9785824319149
Language: Russian
This book includes excerpts from 1088 letters of Russian officials: Duma deputies, members of the State Council, ministers, governors, diplomats and other high ranking officers. All these letters were perlustrated by the police department in 19061917 and therefore stored in its archives. These excerpts are a unique source on the attitudes and opinions of the upper class, and help to understand the motivation of their official decisions. The book is provided with an introduction and extended comments. (0.825 kg.)
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