Mapping Imagined Geographies of Revolutionary Russia

PBC0151: anxiety at misfortune

PBC 151 conveys a feeling of anxiety at various of Russia’s misfortunes as well as a sense of loyalty to Russia even in its time of trials (W237). In another instance a nun Planida warns of the oncoming enemy toward the start of World War I (W301). Another from spring 1917 urges Orthodox and peasant Russia to pray not for the for deposed tsar but for his innocent son, Tsarevich Aleksei (W457).


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