PBC0162: anger at enemy

PBC 162 connects a number of different tsarist nationalist expressions of anger at enemies and enmity, in general. One example views an ancient burial mound in the steppe as a “pyramid of enmity,” a sign of unnecessary bloodshed (W40). Other examples are aimed at specific foes in World War I, Turkey and Germany (W134, W163). Still others invoke music as an expression of the “anger of the people” (W293, W533).

Visualizations:

“  I crumple the map in my hands…  ”

–  Bogorodskii