Manifesto of Alexander I on the need to create a militia to help the Russian regular army, fighting with Napoleonic troops
Russia. The Emperor
(1801-1825, Alexander I).
Manifesto of Alexander I on the need to create a militia in support of the Russian regular army fighting with Napoleonic troops [Case]: July 6/18, 1812 - St. Petersburg: Printed at the Senate, 1812. - L. 24-24ob. - (Fund for Internal Collegial Affairs, Inventory No. 2/8). - The text is printed, in Russian. On the 1st p. the text begins with the words: God's mercy, We, Alexander the First, the emperor and autocrat of the All-Russian ... Without reg. and tit. "We appeal to all our loyal subjects, to all estates and states, spiritual and worldly, inviting them together with us to unite and common rebellion against all enemy intentions and encroachments. Yes, he will find at each step the faithful sons of Russia, striking by all means and forces, without heeding any of his deceit and deceit.He will meet him in every nobleman Pozharsky, in every spiritual Palitsyn, in every citizen of Minin "
1. Power (collection). 2. Patriotic War of 1812 (collection). 3. People's militia - Russia - 1812 - Legal acts. 4. The highest manifests.
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Source of electronic copy: WUA RI Location on the map of the original: WUA RI F. Internal Collegeship Op. 2/8. D. 167.