The Military Revolution, Administrative Development, and Cultural Change in Early Modern Russia

@article{Poe1998TheMR,
  title={The Military Revolution, Administrative Development, and Cultural Change in Early Modern Russia},
  author={Marshall T. Poe},
  journal={Journal of Early Modern History},
  year={1998},
  volume={2},
  pages={247-273}
}
Among Western historians it is generally agreed that the "military revolution" spurred bureaucratization, and that bureaucracy in turn caused social and cultural change. This essay examines the links between military reform, administrative development, and cultural change in the Muscovite context. It argues that the "Europeanizing" military reforms of the mid-sixteenth to the mid-seventeenth century indeed had a significant impact on both Russian government and culture, at least among the… Expand
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