Keeping the Faith: Russian Orthodox Monasticism In the Soviet Union, 1917-1939
Wynot presents a concise history of the trials and evolution of Russian Orthodox monasteries and convents and the important roles they have played in Russian culture, both spiritually and politically, from the abortive reforms of 1905 to the Stalinist purges of the 1930s.
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Chapter 2 Revolution Civil War and Famine 19171922
Chapter 3 The New Economic Policy Years 19211928
Chapter 4 The Good Friday of Russian Monasticism 19281934
Chapter 5 The Descent into Hell 19341939
Appendix A Decree on Land Nationalization November 8 1917
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