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Sibirtet as an organizational form of the actualization of regional identity during World War I

Newsletter of Higher Education Institutions. The Povolzhye Region. Humanities. 2014. № 1 (29)

By Olga A. Kharus

The article presents a comprehensive assessment of subjective and objective factors in the formation of the ‘Siberian society of support for the sick and wounded and victims of war’ as a specific form of social activity during wartime. The novelty of the author’s approach consists in the use of the interdisciplinary concept of ‘regional identity’ as a primary category of analysis for achieving the author’s research goal.

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