Piet de Buck, born in The Hague, the Netherlands, in 1931. M.A. from Leiden University. Associate Professor of History at Leiden University. († 1999)
Fellow (1 September 1971 – 31 July 1972)
The consequences of the international trade for Russia in the seventeenth century. More in particular, the consequences of the Dutch trade for the culture, the economic and social structure, the state and the international politics of “Moscovy”.