The Western Front of the Eastern Church: Uniate and Orthodox Conflict in 18th-century Poland, Ukraine, Belarus, and Russia
Addresses religious and cultural shifts in Belarusian and Ikrainian provinces as they passed from Polish to Russian political control. Highlights overlapping confessional and political pressures that impacted development of the region through the modern era.
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