Theme 9. Crimea in the End of 18th — First Half of 19th Centuries
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Theme 9. Crimea in the End of 18th — First Half of 19th Centuries
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S207987840001730-2-2
DOI
10.18254/S0001730-2-2
Publication type
Educational text
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Published
Authors
Dmitry Prokhorov 
Affiliation: V. I. Vernadsky Crimean Federal University
Address: Russian Federation, Simferopol
Abstract
The article discusses some issues the problems of integration of the Crimea to Russia in the late 18th century, analyzed the activities of government Taurida region formed after the annexation of Crimea to Russia. Rights and privileges of Crimean Tatars were found to be officially incorporated into the Russian Law during the period from 1783 to 1787. Many of the Tatars noblemen became members of the “Crimean Government”, and other administrative institutions of Taurida Region. Their influence among local people significantly strengthened the position of Russian authorities in the region. Stages of economic and commercial development of the Crimea were descripted also.
Keywords
Russia, Crimea, Taurida Region, state governance, Crimean Tatars, law, economics
Received
29.03.2017
Publication date
07.05.2017
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