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Title: ロシアの愛国主義と自国史像 : マンネルヘイムの記念彫刻をめぐる論争
Other Titles: Russian Patriotism and National History : The Mannerheim Plaque Controversy
Authors: 立石, 洋子
Tateishi, Yoko
Issue Date: Dec-2021
Publisher: 成蹊大学アジア太平洋研究センター
Abstract: Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim was a lieutenant general of the Russian Empire who was loyal to Nicholas II and served in the Russo-Japanese War and World War I. After the 1917 Revolution, he moved to Finland, where he fought as a commander of the White Guard in the Finnish Civil War; subsequently, he fought against the Soviet Union in the Winter War and World War II. As a result, his evaluation has often caused controversy in Russia; the most significant one surrounded the installation of his commemorative plaque in St. Petersburg in 2016. This paper will utilize this controversy to exhibit the lack of a common understanding of patriotism in Russia. Further, it will reveal the characteristics of Russia's perception of history, which cannot be understood simply by arguing that the regime uses it as a tool to foster patriotism.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10928/1457
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