Inne Prusy

Prusy Krolewskie I Polska Miedzy Wolnoscia a Wolnosciami (1569-1772)

Translated title of the contribution: The Other Prussia: Royal Prussia between freedom and liberties 1569-1772

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Abstract

This book shows the development of an early modern national, political and historical identity among the citizens of the main three cities of Royal Prussia, which from 1454-1772/93 were part of the Polish-Liuthuanian Commonwealth. It sheds light on the theory and practice of citizenship below noble society in the Commonwealth and destroys some of the nationalist myths which had surrounded 'German' culture and nationality in East Central Europe. This book is the Polish translation of a book which was published in Cambridge in 2000.
Original languageOther
Place of PublicationPozanan, Poland
PublisherPoznanskie Towarzystwo Przyjaciol Nauk
Number of pages400
Volumeone
EditionPolish edition of 2000 edition in English
ISBN (Print)8370634753, 9788370634759
Publication statusPublished - 2005

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Commonwealth
Prussia
Liberty
Nationality
East Central Europe
Citizenship
German Culture
Nationalists

Keywords

  • Poland-Lithuania
  • Prussia
  • urban history
  • national identity

Cite this

Friedrich, K. (2005). Inne Prusy: Prusy Krolewskie I Polska Miedzy Wolnoscia a Wolnosciami (1569-1772). (Polish edition of 2000 edition in English ed.) Pozanan, Poland: Poznanskie Towarzystwo Przyjaciol Nauk .

Inne Prusy : Prusy Krolewskie I Polska Miedzy Wolnoscia a Wolnosciami (1569-1772). / Friedrich, Karin.

Polish edition of 2000 edition in English ed. Pozanan, Poland : Poznanskie Towarzystwo Przyjaciol Nauk , 2005. 400 p.

Research output: Book/ReportBook

Friedrich, K 2005, Inne Prusy: Prusy Krolewskie I Polska Miedzy Wolnoscia a Wolnosciami (1569-1772). vol. one, Polish edition of 2000 edition in English edn, Poznanskie Towarzystwo Przyjaciol Nauk , Pozanan, Poland.
Friedrich K. Inne Prusy: Prusy Krolewskie I Polska Miedzy Wolnoscia a Wolnosciami (1569-1772). Polish edition of 2000 edition in English ed. Pozanan, Poland: Poznanskie Towarzystwo Przyjaciol Nauk , 2005. 400 p.
Friedrich, Karin. / Inne Prusy : Prusy Krolewskie I Polska Miedzy Wolnoscia a Wolnosciami (1569-1772). Polish edition of 2000 edition in English ed. Pozanan, Poland : Poznanskie Towarzystwo Przyjaciol Nauk , 2005. 400 p.
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