Posted: 7 Days ago at 11:35 pm
Post subject: Military and College in 19th century Russian Poland.
How often would young Polish men turning 18 in Russian occupied Poland enlist in the military? Also, how often would they attend College or University? And would those colleges tend to more often be parochial or secular colleges?
I ask this because I am finding cases where young Polish men seem to be traveling to cities in distant parts of Poland, and sometimes meeting their wives and getting married there. And sometimes young men coming from more rural (farmer and peasant) families, which might not have any other connections to the bigger cities.
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