News about Russia and their Sources in the French Press of the Revolution and the Napoleonic Wars
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News about Russia and their Sources in the French Press of the Revolution and the Napoleonic Wars
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S207987840002435-7-1
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10.18254/S0002435-7-1
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Andrey Mitrofanov 
Affiliation:
Institute of World History RAS
State Academic University for the Humanities
Address: Russian Federation, Moscow
Nikolay Promyslov
Affiliation:
Institute of World History RAS
State Academic University for the Humanities
Address: Russian Federation, Moscow
Evgenia Prusskaya
Affiliation:
Institute of World History RAS
State Academic University for the Humanities
Address: Russian Federation, Moscow
Abstract
The article is dedicated to the question of the sources of news about Russia in the French press during the Revolution and the Napoleonic wars, their change and distribution, and the factors that influenced these processes in such an important and turbulent 25th anniversary of 1789—1814. Among the main sources of the French press are newspapers from other countries, including Russian ones, reports from diplomats, reports from correspondents and rumors. The quantity and quality of news sources, the completeness and tendentiousness of the coverage of events largely depended not only on changing political circumstances in France, but also on press legislation, which experienced dramatic changes in this epoch.
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French press, Napoleonic wars, French revolution, history of media, First Republic, First Empire
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12.07.2018
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30.11.2018
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