Ethnic and Foreign-Policy Stereotypes in Formation of Mythology of Interaction with Alliesin Russian Consciousness during the World War I (1914-1916)

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The article is devoted to the role of ethnic and foreign-policy stereotypes in ideology and mythology of allied relations in Russian consciousness during the World War I. The author analyzes the process of overcoming negative ethnic and foreign-policy stereotypes of allied states and nations, creating common allied identity in the first years of the World War I. The author shows the actualization of traditional anti-western prejudices in Russian consciousness under the influence of war delaying, casualties increase, one-sided interpretation of allies' collaboration.

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O S Porshneva

Ural Federal University

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Кафедра истории России; Уральский Федеральный университет им. первого Президента РоссииБ.Н. Ельцина; Ural Federal University




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