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The Landlord of Tscheb was murdered by his subjects on 30 September 1812. Subsequent investigation revealed the cruelty of his rule. This case of murder and conspiracy is examined historically and anthropologically, illuminating daily life and legal realities in the Kingdom of Hungary. The study focuses on the "common man" and "common woman" – the faceless perpetrators whom this microhistory now grants a place in history.
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