I did not read all the books published in Baltic. You did not read all the books published in Russia.
I am glad you understand it.
If the book is not pleasant to you, it does not mean, that it propagation.
You are correct. But my evaluation is not based simply on "liking".
If you the historian, you should use the term "propaganda" less.
I use the term whenever I find it suitable.
In Russia there is no propaganda in the historical literature. I know it well. My friends publish tens books on military history.
If one considers "historical literature" to be something which is based on the methodology of history writing and which author has tried to be objective, then I guess it is correct that in Russia (or in any other place) "historical literature" does not contain propaganda. But in this case Krysin's book is not "historical literature". But if one considers "historical literature" to be something which is simply dealing with the matters of history, then to be sure that it may not contain propaganda, is of course rather dumb. No matter if it is published even in Russia and that your friends publish tens of books on military history.
I can be participate in affairs of the Baltic history while in my passport there is an inscription "Narva".
Well then you are a perfect example that the inscription "Narva" in somebodys passport and the knowledge about the Baltic history are not in a definite connection.