Продовольственный рынок Петрограда-Ленинграда периода нэпа.

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The monograph for the first time in the historiography provides a comprehensive study of the food market of the largest city center of Soviet Russia Petrograd-Leningrad during the new economic policy (1921-1928). The authors investigate the problems of providing citizens with basic food products, the structure of nutrition and food preferences of the city residents, the change in demand for food. Special attention is paid to the subjects related to the development of the catering system. Article considers issues of functioning marketplace, store, retail trade food and drinks. An important place in the book is given to a completely new topic for historiography-the problems of monitoring the sanitary and epidemiological situation in the city. This study, based on a wide range of different sources (legal acts, unpublished archival materials, statistical collections, periodicals, diaries and memoirs of contemporaries of the described events), should be interesting for both professionals and a wide range of readi
Original languageRussian
StatePublished - 2019
Externally publishedYes


  • 20th century
  • food
  • food market
  • history of St. Petersburg
  • Leningrad
  • nep
  • Petrograd
  • sanitary-and-epidemiologic supervision
  • soviet Russia
  • supply
  • the first years of Soviet power
  • XX век
  • история Петербурга
  • Ленинград
  • нэп
  • первые годы советской власти
  • Петроград
  • продовольственный рынок
  • продовольствие
  • санитарно-эпидемиологический надзор
  • снабжение
  • советская Россия

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