publication . Article . 2014

Российские дезертиры Первой мировой войны

Maksim Oskin;
Open Access Russian
  • Published: 31 Oct 2014 Journal: Vestnik Pravoslavnogo Svâto-Tihonovskogo Gumanitarnogo Universiteta: Seriâ II. Istoriâ (issn: 1991-6434, eissn: 2409-4811, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: St. Tikhon's Orthodox University
Desertion is one of the most active forms of ordinary resistance of the people to the state pressure during the low-popular war which is conducting for the purposes unclear for the people. At the same time, mass desertion is a manifestation of «total» war in the world conflicts of the XX century. During World War I in all armies of the world there was the desertion often accepting mass character. In the Russian army, as well as in other, deserters appeared from the war beginning. Desertion scales in the Russian army explained as objective factors - diffi cult fights, shortage of supply, defeat at the front, and subjective - unwillingness to participate in war, melan...
free text keywords: desertion, ≪self-arrows≫, military criminal prosecution, capital punishment, military oath, escape, vagrancy, military police, rural guards, ordinary resistance, History of Russia. Soviet Union. Former Soviet Republics, DK1-4735, History and principles of religions, BL660-2680
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