American Historical Review
The Russian Empire was composed of diverse nationalities, as was the revolutionary movement that sought to overthrow it. Georgians played a prominent role in both the evolution of the empire and the revolutionary movement. Russia offered Georgians protection from nearby Islamic states, an administrative and military alliance against the enduring mountain insurgency in the North Caucasus, and institutional and intellectual resources in their historic struggle to build a nation and overcome regional fragmentation.
Original Publication Citation
Jersild, A. (2006). Socialism in Georgian colors: The European road to social democracy 1883-1917. American Historical Review, 111(3), 928-929. doi:10.1086/ahr.111.3.928
Jersild, Austin, "Socialism in Georgian Colors: The European Road to Social Democracy 1883-1917" (2006). History Faculty Publications. 18.
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