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The rise and fall of Belarusian nationalism, 1906-1931

Author: Per A Rudling
Publisher: Pittsburgh, PA : University of Pittsburgh Press, [2015]
Series: Series in Russian and East European studies.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Modern Belarusian nationalism emerged in the early twentieth century during a dramatic period that included a mass exodus, multiple occupations, seven years of warfare, and the partition of the Belarusian lands. In this original history, Per Anders Rudling traces the evolution of modern Belarusian nationalism from its origins in late imperial Russia to the early 1930s. The revolution of 1905 opened a window of  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Per A Rudling
ISBN: 9780822963080 0822963086
OCLC Number: 864504652
Description: x, 436 pages : illustrations, maps ; 23 cm.
Contents: Imagining Belarus --
The Beginnings of Belarusian Nationalism --
Six Declarations of Statehood in Three Years : Origins of a New National Mythology --
Nationalities Policy in Soviet Belarus : Affirmative Action, Belarusization, and Korenizatsiia --
Belarusian Nationalism in the Second Polish Republic --
Opposition to Belarusization --
The Suppression of Belarusian Nationalism in the Second Polish Republic, 1927-1930 --
Soviet Repression in the BSSR : The Destruction of Belarusian National Communism.
Series Title: Series in Russian and East European studies.
Responsibility: Per Anders Rudling.
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In this original history, Per Anders Rudling traces the evolution of modern Belarusian nationalism from its origins in late imperial Russia to the early 1930s.  Read more...

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