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Мемуары М. Мархоцкого и документы Архива тушинских наемников

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One of the main sources about Russia’s “Time of Troubles” are the memoirs of foreign observers. One of them is Polish Captain Mikołaj Scibor Marchocki’s History of the Muscovite War. Marchocki participated in and commented on many events of the “Troubles.” In this article, the author analyzes the original text of History of the Muscovite War as well as all later copies and published versions. He traces the history of the text and cross-checks the information contained in it with documents produced by other Polish and Lithuanian mercenaries. The author makes a strong case for a new scholarly edition of Marchocki’s important memoirs.

Affiliations: 1: Volgograd Institute of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, Russia


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