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ISSN 2227-6017 (ONLINE), ISSN 2303-9868 (PRINT), DOI: 10.18454/IRJ.2227-6017
ПИ № ФС 77 - 51217, 16+

ON TOPONIMIC STRATIGRAPHY OF THE RYAZAN POOCHYE IN THE WORKS BY YU.YU.GORDOVA

Posted in 2019, HISTORY, Issue № 10(88) October 2019 | 0 comments

Monuments of culture of pit-comb ceramics are particularly numerous in Ryazan Poochye. Their correlation with the hydronyms ending in -yezhma, -yesma is not proven. The Fatyanovo culture is represented by the locations of ceramics and axes. Due to their short stay in the region, the Fatyanovites could not influence local place names. Contrary to the opinion expressed by Yu.Yu. Gorodova, the area of Shagar culture does not coincide with the boundaries of the hydronyms area ending in -us. The correlation of the Oka toponymy with the culture of the Ryazan-Oka burial grounds is much more likely.

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PRE-PETER RUSSIA IN SOVIET FEATURE FILMS

Posted in 2019, HISTORY, Issue № 10(88) October 2019 | 0 comments

The purpose of this article is to identify the main features of the image creation of the pre-Peer period of the Russian history in Soviet films. The objectives of the article include determining the place of medieval themes in Soviet historical cinema and identifying the periods of the Russian Middle Ages that were most popular. The author considers the most significant Soviet historical films about the Middle Ages and characterizes the interpretation of the most popular objects of the national memory. The paper demonstrates the features of the government order and their manifestation in Soviet cinema.

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ABOUT THE PROJECT OF SARATOV TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY «FEATURES OF RECONSTRUCTION OF THE VILLAGE “UVEK”

Posted in 2014, HISTORY, Issue March 2014 | 0 comments

In this article includes materials of the collective project «Reconstruction of the village Uvek (Saratov) with the development of recreational zone», performed at the Department of architecture SSTU in 2001. On the basis of the proposed project have been made long-term comprehensive archaeological survey (2001-2014), which helped to determine the boundaries of individual objects and to create preconditions for systematic investigation and the protection of the territory of historical and cultural monument.

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THE ROLE OF THE WORKING CLASS IN PUBLIC LIFE IN THE 1950S – IN THE EARLY 1960S. THE EXAMPLE OF THE TATAR ASSR

Posted in 2014, HISTORY, Issue March 2014 | 0 comments

The paper attempts to examine the role of the working class in the social life of TASSR in 1950 – in the early 1960s. and as a factor in improving the organization of production and labor.

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MANAGEMENT OF THE SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL SPHERE OF THE REGION: HISTORICAL ASPECT

Posted in 2014, HISTORY, Issue March 2014 | 0 comments

The object of this work is the historical aspect of the regulation of scientific and technical areas of the region. Preservation and enhancement of the scientific potential of the country and its regions involves holding one hand, the general public innovation policy and other effective regional science and technology policy as a special direction in a single management strategy NTP. At its formation is of great importance to study the historical experience in regulating the process of development of science and technology in the region.

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THE COSSACK HOSTS IN THE DIALECTICS OF DEVELOPMENT

Posted in 2014, HISTORY, Issue March 2014 | 0 comments

Review article, showing the main fragments of history of formation and development of the Cossack troops. History Cossack troops is seen as a complex, contradictory and multifaceted process involving state institutions and authorities.

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PERIODIZATION OF THE HISTORY OF MUSEOLOGY (ON EXAMPLE OF MUSEUMS OF ST. PETERSBURG-PETROGRAD-LENINGRAD)

Posted in 2014, HISTORY, Issue March 2014 | 0 comments

The article analyzes the existing schemes of periodization, proposed a new periodization of the history of museology and recommendations for its practical use.

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MILITARY TRAINING AND PATRIOTIC UPBRINGING OF STUDENTS IN CHUVUSHIA ON MATERIALS OF THE GREAT PATRIOTIC WAR IN 1941-1945

Posted in 2019, HISTORY, Issue № 9(87) September 2019 | 0 comments

The article analyses forms and methods of military training and patriotic upbringing of students at universities of the Chuvash Republic aimed at increasing their civic consciousness, political activity in the era of global informatization. Main directions in the development and consolidation of historical memory on the materials of the Great Patriotic War in 1941-1945 are singled out: lectures, talks, excursions, acquaintance with museum exhibits, meetings with veterans, discussions, scientific conferences, processions, laying of wreaths, work in project groups, participation in the search movement, etc.

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CHRONICLE OF LODE-WERNER. TO THE QUESTION OF STUDYING OF UNPUBLISHED MANUSCRIPT

Posted in 2019, HISTORY, Issue № 7(85) July 2019 | 0 comments

The article presents the main results of the study of the Chronicle of Livonia, known in German-Baltic historiography as the Chronicle of Lode-Werner. This work exists in German and Latin versions, both manuscripts are kept in the Manuscript Department of the Library of the Academy of Sciences of the Chronicle was written in the late XVII century in the Swedish province of Livonia. The focus is on the genealogical structure of Swedish Gothicism, which prevailed in the historical description of the Baltic region of early modern times, and its reflection in the Chronicle of Lode-Werner.

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A BIT MORE TO THE QUESTION OF THE VALUE OF FATY BÆH IN THE WEDDING RITUALISM OF THE OSSETIANS

Posted in 2019, HISTORY, Issue № 7(85) July 2019 | 0 comments

The article discusses the Ossetian wedding custom of giving a horse denoted by the term faty bæh (“arrow horse”), a horse presented as a gift from the groom to the bride’s family. The author critically analyzes the interpretation of faty bæh as a gift to the bride’s father and concludes that the initial component of this word (fat means “arrow”) reflects an archaic custom according to which the groom’s arrow was left in the bride’s house after the marriage was agreed upon. Later, the custom was transformed: instead of an arrow, a horse was given, and for this reason it was given the name of “arrow horse” and later ethnographic sources describe faty bæh as a gift for the bride’s mother.

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DEGRADATION OF YOUTH. VIEW OF THE TEACHER

Posted in 2014, HISTORY, Issue February 2014 | 0 comments

In the article considered the problem of negative transformation of the new generations as part of modern society.

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MEASURES TO STOP THE DISCLOSURE OF THE POPULATION OF SECRET INFORMATION IN THE CLOSED CITIES OF SIBERIA

Posted in 2014, HISTORY, Issue February 2014 | 0 comments

This article is talking about of the problems of ensure the protection of secret information in the soviet closed nuclear cities of Siberia in the 1950-1980’s.

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“SHE LOOKED AT US EVIL EYES AND RIDES IN AN UNKNOWN DIRECTION”: THE VOLZHSKAY CHUPACABRA

Posted in 2014, HISTORY, Issue February 2014 | 0 comments

There are true stories and byvalshine of the inhabitants of the Saratov Zavolzhye region of mythical animal, killing livestock and bird – chupacabra.

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FROM THE HISTORY OF COOPERATION VSEVOBUCHWITH SCOUT ORGANIZATIONS (1918-22’S)

Posted in 2014, HISTORY, Issue February 2014 | 0 comments

The article discusses the historical experience of work of scout organizations in the system of Universal military training (1918-1922)

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CONFESSIONAL CONTRADICTIONS AT THE COURT OF JAMES II AT THE BEGINNING OF HIS REIGN

Posted in 2014, HISTORY, Issue February 2014 | 0 comments

This article examines the religious policy of James II Stuart and the attitude of the vast majority of the British people and those in power. Particular attention is paid to the relationship between the king and the Quaker William Penn. The paper presents the problem of reviving the High Court of the Commission, its activities and influence on the political situation in England.

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INFLUENCE OF MASS MEDIA ON THE FORMATION OF THE PUBLIC HISTORICAL MEMORY

Posted in 2019, HISTORY, Issue № 6(84) June 2019 | 0 comments

The article is devoted to the analysis of the role of the press in the formation of the historical memory of the residents of St. Petersburg. Publications dedicated to the “places of memory” of the Soviet era are considered and namely – Aurora cruiser and the Field of Mars. The purpose of the study is to look into the role of the press in the formation of the public historical memory on the example of the above-mentioned cultural heritage sites of the city. The objectives of the work include considering the terminology of historical memory, places of memory; selecting publications with a reference to the subject of the study (Aurora cruiser, Field of Mars); analysing the data of the printed press. The study period is 2012. The results of the study may be useful for the investigation of the current state of the public historical memory in general and of the Soviet past in particular.

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EDUCATION IN THE URAL COSSACK ARMY IN THE XIX – EARLY XX CENTURY

Posted in 2019, HISTORY, Issue № 6(84) June 2019 | 0 comments

The article studies the features of the education system in the Ural Cossack army in the XIX – early XX centuries. It is shown how the number of schools, their types, as well as the quality of teachers and peculiarities of studentsvaried. The attitude of the leadership to the training of specialists was of great importance – students were supported with the help of the military budget.

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DON FARMS IN THE 1990s

Posted in 2019, HISTORY, Issue № 5(83) May 2019 | 0 comments

Based on the analysis of statistical data, the author considers the problems of the development of peasant farms in the 1990s in the Rostov region. The focus of the problem of a new form of an economic and social type of rural worker formation in the Russian village is considered on the example of the Don region. There was both a growth in the farm in the early 1990s and a decrease in their number in subsequent years. The social and economic problems peasant farms faced with in the 1990s are highlighted. The factors that contributed to the formation of strong farms in the region are indicated as well.

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PROBLEM OF “CHERKESS SLAVERY” IN LATER OTTOMAN EMPIRE (THE SECOND HALF OF XIX – THE BEGINNING OF XX C.)

Posted in 2019, HISTORY, Issue №4(82) April 2019 | 0 comments

Mass immigration of the Cherkess people and the representatives of other peoples of the North Caucasus to the Ottoman Empire in the 1850s-1860s contributed to the spread of slavery and slave trade in the country originating from both the traditional social structure of immigrant groups and the economic and socio-political conditions of the state that adopted them. In order to overcome the problems caused by the “Cherkess slavery” in the Port in the following decades the state took gradual, but rather consistent steps to limit this phenomenon, which led to its actual disappearance by the end of the Ottoman era.

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MODERN SCIENTIFIC AND SCIENTIFIC AND PUBLICIST LITERATURE OF RUSSIAN AND UKRAINIAN AUTHORS ABOUT THE PAST AND PRESENT OF UKRAINIAN NATIONALISM, AND ABOUT THE STAGES OF UKRAINIZATION HAPPENING FROM THE NINETEENTH CENTURY TO MODERN DAYS

Posted in 2019, HISTORY, Issue №4(82) April 2019 | 0 comments

The article presents the works of several well-known authors whose scientific and journalistic works are devoted to the phenomenon of Ukrainian nationalism, its origins, formation, and development, current state and prospects. Some authors (R.V. Ishchenko, E.Yu. Borisenok) explore the stages of “Ukrainization” formation (the first author – starting from the middle of the XIX century, the second author considers Ukraine in the 20s – 30s of the last century). Publicistic works (M. Pogrebinsky, A. Vazhdra, L. Sokolov, G. Murikova, A. Shirokorad, as well as one of the works by P. Tolochko) concern the current state of Ukraine, the policies of its current authorities, social problems and the prospects of Russian-Ukrainian relations. A separate issue is the characteristics of various regions of present-day Ukraine and the traditional political preferences, typical for the majority of their population. Virtually all authors, directly or indirectly, are trying to raise the question of the origin of Ukrainian nationalism – is it actually a Ukrainian product, or was it originally imposed from the outside (like the “Ukraine – Anti-Russia” project). The presence of both factors is recognized by all, although the degree of their significance varies from different authors. Three out of eight authors are Russians; three are former citizens of Ukraine (forced to leave it for security reasons), two of those are still the residents of Ukraine. At the same time, they all critically evaluate the activities of the current Ukrainian government and the political course it has chosen, and the ideology of Ukrainian nationalism as a whole. At the same time, the main emphasis of different authors is on different aspects. The purpose of the article is not a deep analysis of the reasons that have shaped their positions, as well as a comparison of the scientific or sociopolitical value of their work. The goal is to simply inform readers with the main works of opposition-minded Ukrainian historians and political scientists, as well as their Russian colleagues.

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