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Posted on Tuesday April 5, 2016

Updated on Monday November 6, 2023

Otto Karmin's (1882-1920) special library

This library gathers works on the French Revolution. Among them are books, brochures and pamphlets from the period of revolution.

For example books by Pierre Silvena Marešala (1750-1842) and Francis Divernoe (1757-1842). The library was bought as a whole in Germany.

It counts about 1019 books with more than 2,000 volumes, mostly in French. Otto Karmin was a sociologist, scholar and professor at the University of Geneva. He published many articles about the French Revolution and the First Empire.

Provided by: University of Belgrade