This monograph reveals the conservative essence of the Black Hundred movement and its ideology aimed at the protection of Christian and national traditions in Russia in 1905-1917. This task is solved on the basis of an analysis of the origins, foundations of the theoretical constructs and programs of the extreme right monarchist parties in comparison with the system of views of Russian nationalists. The subjects for consideration are a set of basic ideological principles, postulates and provisions of ideologies of the Black Hundred organizations; the Orthodox religious foundations of the right monarchist ideology; conservative bases of political problematics and the problem of "Russia – the West"; approaches to the definition of nation (nationality); Imperial and national perspectives; the role and place of the Russian people; attitudes to pogroms and terrorist methods of struggle. The research proposes a system of criteria for the identification of party and personal affiliation to the Black Hundred spectrum in Russia the early 20th century, allowing a clear border to be drawn with nationalist (including fascist) parties.
The urgency for this research has been caused by a poor development in the historiography. Intended for historians, sociologists, political scientists.
|Copyright||2017, Razmolodin Maxim Lvovich|
|Copyright License||Standard Copyright License|
|Product Details||6 x 9 Standard Mono Glossy Perfect Bound|
|Page Count||384 pages|
|Type of Publication||Monograph (standalone)|
|Peer Review Status||Open, Completed|
|Keywords||Black Hundred, right monarchist ideology, Union of the Russian people, First Russian Revolution, conservatism, Russian nationalism, traditionalism, basic Russian values "Orthodoxy, autocracy, nationality", Black Hundred movement, right monarchist parties, Jewish pogroms|