The East in representations of Napoleon’s soldiers: from Egypt to Russia
The East in representations of Napoleon’s soldiers: from Egypt to Russia
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By the end of XVIIIth century Russia and Arab-Ottoman lands were the front line of European intellectual developing of the world. Both Egypt, and Russia seemed wild orient countries which had number of characteristic features of the barbarous world. The machine of propaganda created in France at a turn of XVIII–XIX centuries, helped to diffuse and fixe in wider part of society of steady stereotypes of perception about Egypt and Russia which survived for a long time.
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Nikolay Promyslov
Vice-Rector of the State Academic University for the Humanities. Research Fellow at the Institute of World History RAS
Evgeniya Prusskaya
Senior Research Fellow of the Institute of World History RAS. Associate Professor of the State Academic University for the Humanities
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