A RUSSIAN, A FRENCHMAN, AN ENGLISHMAN: LIFE TOGETHER ON THE BATTLEFIELD OF THE CRIMEAN WAR (BASED ON THE MAGAZINES

РУССКИЙ, ФРАНЦУЗ, АНГЛИЧАНИН: СОВМЕСТНАЯ ЖИЗНЬ НА ПОЛЯХ СРАЖЕНИЙ КРЫМСКОЙ ВОЙНЫ (ПО МАТЕРИАЛАМ ЖУРНАЛОВ «СОВРЕМЕННИК» И «МОСКВИТЯНИН»)
A RUSSIAN, A FRENCHMAN, AN ENGLISHMAN: LIFE TOGETHER ON THE BATTLEFIELD OF THE CRIMEAN WAR (BASED ON THE MAGAZINES "SOVREMENNIK" AND "MOSKVITYANIN")

Author(s): D.K. Pervykh
Subject(s): History, Civil Society, Diplomatic history, Military history, Political history, Military policy, Politics and society, Social development, Social Theory, 19th Century
Published by: Издатель Наталья Докучаева
Keywords: dialectic relationship; the Crimean War; Russian; Frenchman; Englishman; the magazine "Sovremennik"; the magazine "Moskvityanin";

Summary/Abstract: The article investigates the dialectic relationship between the opponents – Russian, French, and English— during the Crimean (Eastern) War (1853–1856) in a small Crimean peninsula. The basis of the publication formed the memoirs and letters of veterans, eyewitnesses of the war: a Russian officer N. Berg, a French staff officer S. Bose, Sisters of Charity of the Holy Cross community, ordinary soldiers. The materials collected in the article allow us to understand the feelings of people at war, how they perceived the enemy and how they understood the circumstances and their role in those circumstances.

  • Issue Year: 2015
  • Issue No: 2
  • Page Range: 63-70
  • Page Count: 8
  • Language: Russian