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WERTH, P. W.,
The Tsar's Foreign Faiths. Toleration and the Fate of Religious Freedom in Imperial Russia.
Oxford University Press, 2014. 306p. Hardback. Series: Oxford Studies in Modern European History. Those teaching the history of Imperial Russia at university level would be well served by adding this work to their syllabus. Far from being a straightforward history of religion, Werth offers up a highly stimulating study that reveals a great deal about the Russian state's broad attitude towards toleration and freedom of conscience. More generally, anyone interested in the complex practices of imperial rule in Russia, beset as it was by tensions and contradictions, will gain many insights by reading The Tsar's Foreign Faiths. Robert Collis, European History Quarterly |a 15/10/2015 (Publisher's information).
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