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Popular memory and early modern revolts in Russia : from Razin to Pugachev

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GRIESSE, Malte, 2018. Popular memory and early modern revolts in Russia : from Razin to Pugachev. In: GUILLOREL, Éva, ed., David HOPKIN, ed., William G. POOLEY, ed.. Rhythms of revolt : European traditions and memories of social conflict in oral culture. London:Routledge, pp. 198-216. ISBN 978-1-138-20504-8

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