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  • Influence
Relief and revolution: Russian émigrés’ political remittances and the building of political transnationalism
  • L. Hartnett
  • Political Science
    Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies
  • 25 April 2020
ABSTRACT This article examines the transnational networks based in Britain between 1881 and 1914 that aspired to affect Russian politics from abroad. It contends that the emigration of Russian
The Making of a Revolutionary Icon: Vera Nikolaevna Figner and the People’s Will in the Wake of the Assassination of Tsar Aleksandr II
A few minutes after two o'clock in the afternoon on 1 March 1881 (O.S.), the carriage of Tsar Aleksandr II traveled briskly along the Ekaterinskii canal in St. Petersburg. As the Imperial procession
Book reviews
Peter Cole’s Wobblies on the Waterfront narrates the rise and fall of one of the few successful interracial unions in American labor history of the Progressive Era: the Philadelphia longshoremen of
Alien or Refugee? The Politics of Russian Émigré Claims to British Asylum at the Turn of the Twentieth Century
This article explores the ways in which the debates about the Aliens Bill and the controversy surrounding British immigration policies confirmed Russian emigres’ identification as refugees and
Underground Petersburg: Radical Populism, Urban Space, and the Tactics of Subversion in Reform-Era Russia. By Christopher Ely. Dekalb: Northern Illinois Press, 2016. xi, 325 pp. Notes. Glossary.
the end of 1916, “belief in pervasive treachery,” had “robbed people of hope in victory,” making a “mockery” of sacrifices at the front (212). Stockdale’s claims ultimately stand or fall on her