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Diplomats’ Wives and the Foreign Ministry in Late Imperial Russia, in Four Portraits

Marina Soroka

Family: A Contrarian View,” Jahrbűcher fűr Geschichte Osteuropas 60, no. 1 (2012), 1–33; Annelise Maugue, L'Identité masculine en crise au tournant du siècle 1871–1914 [Masculine identity in crisis at the turn of the century 1871–1914] (Marseille

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Writing the History of Ordinary Ottoman Women during World War I

Elif Mahir Metinsoy

relied on flour imported from Romania, Russia, and Marseille before World War I. 19 Demand for foodstuffs also increased due to the growing need to feed a huge army. 20 In the first year of the war, only Istanbul suffered from food shortages, while most