publication . Article . 2013

Ruch abstynencki w Wielkopolsce w latach 1840–1902

Izabela Krasińska;
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  • Published: 30 Dec 2013 Journal: Folia Historica Cracoviensia, volume 19, page 247 (issn: 0867-8294, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Pontifical University of John Paul II in Krakow
Abstract
The article presents the origins and development of the idea of absenteeism in Greater Poland in the 19th century. The start date for the research is 1840, which is considered to be a breakthrough year in the history of an organized absenteeism movement in Greater Poland. It was due to the Association for the Suppression of the Use of Vodka (Towarzystwo ku Przytlumieniu Uzywania Wodki) in the Great Duchy of Posen that was then established in Kornik. It was a secular organization that came into being on an initiative of doctor De La Roch, who was a German surgeon of a French origin. However, as early as 1844, the idea of absenteeism raised an interest of catholic...
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free text keywords: Cultural history, Mieczysław, Local history, History, Archbishop, Social history, Theology, German, language.human_language, language, Absenteeism, Duchy, Greater Poland, 19th century, Association for the Suppression of the Use of Vodka, History of the arts, NX440-632, History (General) and history of Europe, D
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publication . Article . 2013

Ruch abstynencki w Wielkopolsce w latach 1840–1902

Izabela Krasińska;