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Faire la révolution dans les confins caucasiens en 1917 : La liberté côté cour et côté jardin.

Abstract : The shock waves of the February Revolution were felt even in the farthest reaches of the Tsarist Empire, in Eastern Anatolia and Northern Iran, territories that had been occupied by the Russian Army since 1915. The downfall of autocracy in Petrograd was interpreted locally through the prism of regional concerns and gave rise to fraternization between Russian citizens and their Iranian and Ottoman subjects on the basis of shared revolutionary ambitions. The political initiatives launched in the spring of 1917 nonetheless clashed with the limits of the shared memory of past revolutionary events. Ultimately, the socio-economic tensions latent in a disintegrating political space thwarted this attempt at transnational solidarity on the sidelines of the Revolution.
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Etienne Peyrat. Faire la révolution dans les confins caucasiens en 1917 : La liberté côté cour et côté jardin.. Vingtième siècle. Revue d'histoire, Presses de Sciences Po, 2017, 135 (3), pp.56 - 72. ⟨hal-03399675⟩

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