abolition of serfdom

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  • Before the abolition of serfdom a proprietor could send his human property into exile. Cited from Overland through Asia (Illustrated), by Thomas Wallace Knox
  • A radical reform of the state of the village was made possible only after the abolition of serfdom.
  • Demydivka's workers had to work hard even after the abolition of serfdom.
  • Another very important reform of Joseph II was the abolition of serfdom.
  • Among the most notable political changes included the abolition of serfdom and the crystallization of kingdoms into nation-states.
  • One of the great results of the French Revolution was the abolition of serfdom in central and western Europe. Cited from The History Of Education, By Ellwood P. Cubberley
  • It had a political influence and was not foreign to the abolition of serfdom. Cited from Twenty-six and One and Other Stories, by Maksim Gorky
  • Abolition of serfdom in Poland occurred over a period of time.
  • It is also observed in other areas in regard to the abolition of serfdom or other forms of servitude.
  • After the abolition of serfdom, the city has grown significantly in numbers and territory; there were large-scale production enterprises.
  • After the abolition of serfdom in 1848, the large states were broken up and the population grew significantly.
  • After the abolition of serfdom and the system of authority, according to the new administrative system, the town became the seat of the political and judicial district.
  • Richard II agreed to reforms including fair rents and the abolition of serfdom.
  • Peter the Third created two measures in 1762 which influenced the abolition of serfdom.
  • It was also partially responsible for the abolition of serfdom in Russia.
  • After abolition of serfdom in the Russian Empire (1861), many officers went on campaign without servants.
  • Their aims were the abolition of serfdom, the destruction of all existing institutions, and a perfect equality under a constitutional government. Cited from A Short History of Russia, by Mary Platt Parmele
  • The book is credited with having influenced public opinion in favour of the abolition of serfdom in 1861.
  • Richard issued charters announcing the abolition of serfdom, which immediately began to be disseminated around the country.
  • However, the town grew rapidly following the Uprising of 1863 and abolition of serfdom.
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