Imperial Russian rule in the Kingdom of Poland, 1864-1915 /

"After crushing the Polish Uprising in 1863-1864, Russia established a new system of administration and control. Imperial Russian Rule in the Kingdom of Poland, 1864-1915 investigates in detail the imperial bureaucracy's highly variable relationship with Polish society over the next half c...

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Bibliographic Details
Uniform title:Imperiale Herrschaft im Weichselland.
Author / Creator: Rolf, Malte (Author)
Other Authors / Creators:Klohr, Cynthia, 1954- translator.
Format: eBook Electronic
Imprint: Pittsburgh : University of Pittsburgh Press, [2021]
Series:Russian and East European studies.
Online Access:Click here for full text
Table of Contents:
  • Acknowledgments
  • Remarks on transcription, transliteration, and quotations
  • Note on calendar
  • Introduction: the Kingdom of Poland and Petersburg rule
  • The Tsar and partitioned Poland (1772-1863)
  • Becoming the Vistula Land: Russian rule from 1864 to 1915
  • The viceroy and governors-general (1864-1915)
  • Serving the Tsar at the Empire's fringes
  • The power of censorship: Tsarist cultural communication
  • Religion and politics
  • Modernizing Warsaw without self-governance (1880-1915)
  • Modern Warsaw: a divided community
  • Russian Warsaw
  • Revolution (1905-1907)
  • Regaining stability (1907-1914)
  • The Vistula Land under imperial rule
  • The Vistula Land: a kingdom within an empire
  • Glossary of names
  • Notes
  • Bibliography
  • Index.