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#What is the new procedure for leaving state service?  What limitations and restrictions still apply?<br><br>
#What is the new procedure for leaving state service?  What limitations and restrictions still apply?<br><br>
#What is the significance of foreign travel and service?<br><br>
#What is the significance of foreign travel and service?<br><br>
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#How might this act have been perceived by other non-noble social groups?  To what extent can this measure be said to have redefined the relationship between state and society? <br><br>  
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#How might this act have been perceived by other social groups?  To what extent can this measure be said to have redefined the relationship between state and society? <br><br>  
#What was expected of retired nobles?  What were their continuing obligations?
#What was expected of retired nobles?  What were their continuing obligations?

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Peter III's Emancipation of the Nobility


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Study Questions

  1. Why were nobles originally required to serve the state? What has changed since that time?

  2. What is the new procedure for leaving state service? What limitations and restrictions still apply?

  3. What is the significance of foreign travel and service?

  4. How might this act have been perceived by other social groups? To what extent can this measure be said to have redefined the relationship between state and society?

  5. What was expected of retired nobles? What were their continuing obligations?

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