CIVIC TRANSPORT DUTY AS SERVICE PERFORMED FOR THE TSARIST ARMY STATIONED IN THE KINGDOM OF POLAND IN THE LIGHT OF THE TRANSPORTATION ACT OF MAY 4, 1858Journal: Scientific Journal of Silesian University of Technology. Series Transport (Vol.103, No. 10)
Publication Date: 2019-06-30
Authors : Marek RUTKOWSKI;
Page : 119-142
Keywords : civic transport duty; tsarist army; Kingdom of Poland; 19th century;
This text focused on the implementation of the provisions concerning civil transport services rendered for the sake of the Russian occupational (Active) Army stationed in the Kingdom of Poland by the Administrative Council of the Kingdom of Poland, there. The above-mentioned Transportation Act of May 4, 1858, generally refers though to the old solutions, mostly in force since 1831, or even from the time of the pre-revolutionary era. Writing down and introducing once again some of these provisions was, as it might seem, a part of the process of regulating within the frames of law, this aspect of relations between the invading Russian military power and the Polish subdued society.
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