The Emancipation of the Serfs in Eastern Europe

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Social Science Monographs, 2004 - History - 403 pages

This volume, by Hungary's preeminent scholar of Eastern European social history, illustrates the similarities and differences among the region's social and governmental structures by focusing on the cases of Prussia, Mecklenburg, the Habsburg Empire, the Russian empire, and Romania.

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Prussia and Mecklenburg
The Habsburg Empire
The Russian Empire

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Emil Niederhauser is a member of the Institute of History at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences.

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