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By Zenonas Norkus


An Unproclaimed Empire: The Grand Duchy of Lithuania is an interdisciplinary examine of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania (GDL) that's historic in topic yet social clinical in method. it's also the 1st learn to use this comparative and social medical approach to the GDL.



In this e-book, Zenonas Norkus attracts on nationwide historiographies and applies theories from comparative empire reviews concerning historians, sociologists, political scientists, anthropologists and students within the thought of diplomacy, permitting it to go beyond ameliorations in nationwide viewpoints. It additionally offers solutions to contested matters within the historical past of the GDL, and raises a variety of new questions, together with even if the Grand Duchy used to be an empire or a federation, and why and whilst it failed.



By adopting this "imperial method" of contemplating the GDL as an empire, this ebook brings whatever new to the examine surrounding the Grand Duchy and is perfect for lecturers and postgraduates of early smooth Lithuania, early glossy jap Europe, old sociology, and the heritage of empires.

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