The demographic consequences of the evolution of Russian society : B.C. - 1914 A.D
This thesis attempts an investigation of the demographic consequences of the changing Russian society over the period beginning with the first signs of Homo Sapiens on Russian territory to the end of the Imperial period in 1914. The aim is to discern trends in the growth and structure of the population, as well as accounting for the specific changes in the context of economic, social, political and environmental factors. The study covers the period up to the reign of Peter the Great in...[Show more]
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