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. Tambov: Gramota, 2017. № 6. Part 2. P. 108-112. ISSN 1997-292X.
SCIENTIFIC AREA: Historical Sciences and Archeology
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FOREIGN HISTORIOGRAPHY OF RUSSIAN PEASANTRY AND PEASANT MOVEMENTS OF 1918-1921

Shadskii Oleg Germanovich
Tambov State University named after G. R. Derzhavin


Abstract. The article analyzes fundamental historical researches of western historians of the XX century devoted to Russian peasant movements in the period of the Civil War. The author establishes the basic chronological stages of developing western historiography on this subject and justifies criteria to identify them. Special attention is paid to the works, which contributed greatly to the studies of peasant disturbances in Tambov province in this period. The paper examines systemic advantages and shortcomings of western historical researches.
Key words and phrases: западная историография, крестьянство, крестьянские восстания, период Гражданской войны, продразверстка, western historiography, peasantry, peasant revolts, Civil War period, surplus-appropriation system.
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