MAKAROVA T.A. Russian textbooks and educational literature on European course of Alexander I’s foreign policy (soviet and post-soviet periods)

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15688/jvolsu4.2011.2.23

Makarova Tatiana Albertovna

Assistant Professor, Department of History and Philosophy,

Volzhsky Institute of Humanities (Branch) Volgograd State University

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Abstract. Educational material is an important historiographic source which illustrates how historians’ views and estimates changed over the times (in the Soviet and post-Soviet periods, for instance). The author of the article tries to show how the historiography on the problem of Alexander’s foreign policy demonstrates the change of political and theoretical marks of a society.

Key words: historiography, educational literature, Soviet, post-Soviet periods, Alexander I, Napoleon, foreign policy.

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