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HISTORY

ISSN 2227-6017 (ONLINE), ISSN 2303-9868 (PRINT), DOI: 10.18454/IRJ.2227-6017
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CONFLICTS KING AND CLERGY OF ENGLAND IN THE 12TH CENTURY

Posted in 2013, HISTORY, Issue November 2013 | 0 comments

The article investigates the positive potential conflict in history: the case of conflict and confrontation between the king and the clergy in England in 12 th century.

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CONFRONTATION F. BATISTA AND A. GUITERAS IN CUBA 1933-1935 YEARS

Posted in 2013, HISTORY, Issue November 2013 | 0 comments

In this article we would like to consider the history of the Cuban opposition Socialist A. Guiteras and head of the armed forces of Cuba F. Batista from autumn 1933 to spring 1935.

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CHANGE IN THE STRUCTURE OF MORTALITY OF THE URBAN POPULATION OF THE VOLGA REGION IN THE YEARS OF THE THAW

Posted in 2013, HISTORY, Issue November 2013 | 0 comments

The article states the change in the mortality structure of the urban population of the Volga region in 1955 – 1965 years. In this period the causes of mortality move from exogenous factors of death to endogenous and quasiendogenous factors that was due to improved medical services and rapid industry growth in the region.

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GENDER ASPECTS OF PROMOTION POLICY IN THE 1920-ES

Posted in 2013, HISTORY, Issue November 2013 | 0 comments

The article discusses the main results and problems of women’s promotion in governmental apparatus during the 1920s on the example of Vladimir province. The study of gender aspects of promotion allows to claim that the influence of gender stereotypes still remained at that period and led to the discrimination of women.

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BY THE METHODOLOGY OF THE STUDY OF THE COSSACKS

Posted in 2013, HISTORY, Issue November 2013 | 0 comments

The article defines the methodological aspects that should be given special attention in the study and teaching of the history of the Cossacks.

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FEATURES INTERDISCIPLINARY INTEGRATION IN THE STUDY OF PROCESSES IN THE COSSACKS

Posted in 2013, HISTORY, Issue November 2013 | 0 comments

Devoted to the review of the need for integrated research in the Cossacks. It touches on issues of interdisciplinary analysis of the history of the Cossacks.

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MISSIONARY WORK IN NORTH CAUCASUS (ACCORDING TO THE “STAVROPOL EPARKHIALNYEVEDOMOSTI”)

Posted in 2013, HISTORY, Issue November 2013 | 0 comments

The article considers role of the provincial periodicals in the second half of the XIX century. The development of missionary activity in Stavropol eparchywithinNorth Caucasus, popularizationof missionary activity on example of “Stavropol Eparkhialnyevedomosti” The authorityof periodicalpress shown as link between of priest and people.

Analyzed materials of all articles, notes dedicated to care of moral image of a person which, besides other developed religious and moral level mass of the people. Displaying special meaning,which takes the theme of missionary work in the pages of the provincial editions in the second half of the XIX century.

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THE PRINCIPLES OF CENTRALIZATION AND DECENTRALIZATION IN POLICY OF THE GOVERNMENT OF THE LAST QUARTER OF XVIII-NACHALA OF THE XIX CENTURIES. (ON THE EXAMPLE OF FUNCTIONING OF THE ORENBURG PROVINCIAL BOARD)

Posted in 2013, HISTORY, Issue November 2013 | 0 comments

In article on the basis of sources of local and central character the policy of the government in the field of management of regions of the last quarter of XVIII – the beginning of the XIX centuries is tracked. On the basis of functioning of the Orenburg provincial board and institutes of local management it was succeeded to establish the reasons which led to derogation from ideas of Ekaterina’s decentralization and return to the principles of centralization.

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DEVELOPMENT OF THE AGRICULTURAL SECTOR OF THE ECONOMY IN THE FRAMEWORK OF THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE DECISION OF THE SEPTEMBER (1953) PLENUM OF THE CENTRAL COMMITTEE OF THE CPSU AND THE ADOPTED LAW OF MARCH 31, 1958 (BASED ON THE MATERIALS OF THE ULYANOVSK REGION)

Posted in 2021, HISTORY, Issue №3 (105) March 2021 | 0 comments

The authors of the article in this article tried to conduct a retrospective analysis in the most important branch of the economy – in the agricultural sector in the 1950s – 1960s. During this period, more than half of the inhabitants of the USSR lived in rural areas, who were employed in the production of food and agricultural raw materials for industry. The growing demand of the population for food products in the period under review did not sharply coincide with its production, the previously existing regulations in the agricultural sector were outdated and were economically harmful for producers. This sector of the economy was in dire need of reform, so the party and state bodies tried to modernize the entire collective farm and state farm system. The party organization linked the organization of effective use and implementation by each of the agricultural farms of both technical innovations, production technology, and labor resources.

It is undoubtedly obvious that as a result of the reforms being carried out in the countryside, on the one hand, many villages and villages disappeared in Soviet Russia over the course of decades, and on the other, the socio-economic level of the collective and state farm workers has grown significantly. Directly in the work, it was revealed that in the Ulyanovsk Territory, party structures were implementing a system of measures, mainly aimed at intensively boosting the economy of collective and state farms, as well as establishing an optimal and effective combination of national, collective and personal interests in the agricultural sector.

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A HISTORY OF A PHILOSOPHICAL DISPUTE

Posted in 2021, HISTORY, Issue № 02(104) February 2021 | 0 comments

The current article compares the main provisions of the theory of knowledge of E. Herbert and P. Gassendi and distinguishes the fundamental differences between them. On the basis of the clash of epistemological approaches of these authors, the study demonstrates the contradictions between the rationalistic and empirical philosophical lines, which began to take shape in the 17th century. The focus of the dispute under study is the question of the possibility of objective knowledge based on human abilities, which remains relevant in our time The author emphasizes the ideological nature of this philosophical dispute. The scientific novelty of the study lies in a significant expansion of the traditional interpretation of the Gassendi letter through the use of the provisions of the teachings of E. Herbert in his work “De Veritate”.

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THE KHIVAN CAMPAIGN OF 1839 IN RUSSIAN HISTORIOGRAPHY

Posted in 2021, HISTORY, Issue № 02(104) February 2021 | 0 comments

The subject matter of the current article is justified by its topical nature, since everything related to the common past of Russia and Central Asia today has not only scientific but also political relevance. The article deals with the aspects of Russian historiography of different periods, including the works of different authors devoted to the 1839-1840 Khivan Campaign led by V. A. Perovsky as part of the history of the Russian conquest of Central Asia. The scientific novelty of the article lies in the fact that the study demonstrates the historiographical features of different periods with an emphasis on the works of pre-revolutionary authors as well as explains the differences in the style of presentation and assessments present in their articles and books.

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GYMNASIUMS AND DISTRICT SCHOOLS OF THE KHARKIV EDUCATIONAL DISTRICT IN THE CONTEXT OF MINISTERIAL POLICY OF THE RUSSIAN EMPIRE AT THE BEGINNING OF THE 19th CENTURY

Posted in 2021, HISTORY, Issue № 02(104) February 2021 | 0 comments

The current article discusses the activity of the Ministry of Public Education aimed at the development of secondary educational institutions, such as gymnasiums and district schools in the Russian Empire of 1802-1817 as exemplified by the Kharkiv educational district (Khar’kovskijj uchebnyjj okrug). As the basis of the research, the authors use the ministerial reports and the reports of the curator (popechitel’) of the Kharkiv educational district as well as written reports of professors of the Kharkiv University, many of which are used for scientific purposes for the first time. The study applies the principles of historicism, objectivity and consistency and analyzes the dynamics of growth in the number of reconstructed and newly opened schools. One of the most effective means of ministerial control over the educational process and the economic situation of schools was the annual visit of the district curator and university professors. The analysis demonstrates that despite the lack of funding, the number of gymnasiums and district schools in the Kharkiv educational district steadily increased while the visiting trips of the curator and professors attracted the attention of local authorities and residents to the needs of educational institutions.

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RICHARD DADD. THE MAIN STAGES OF THE ARTIST’S BIOGRAPHY IN ENGLISH FICTION: BOOKS BY ALLDERIDGE, TROMANS, TREUHERZ

Posted in 2013, HISTORY, Issue 12(19) December 2013 | 0 comments

The article focuses on the English biographical and art historical literature analysis, comprising a body of sources, devoted to a Victorian artist Richard Dadd.

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DEVELOPMENT OF SCIENTIFIC AND LEGAL BASES OF THE CONCEPT OF PEACE-MAKING ACTIVITY IN THE HISTORIOGRAPHIC CONTEXT IN THE PERIOD TO 90-TH OF THE XX-TH CENTURY UP TO THE PRESENT TIME

Posted in 2013, HISTORY, Issue 12(19) December 2013 | 0 comments

The article considers the general analysis of scientific and legal bases development on peace-making (keeping) activities in the historiographic context, the short description of scientific researches and its role in development of the peace-making (keeping) conception.

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THE THIRTY YEARS’ WAR ARMIES IN OSPREY RESEARCH TEAM STUDIES

Posted in 2013, HISTORY, Issue 12(19) December 2013 | 0 comments

The article consideres main research features of the armed forces of countries participating in the Thirty Years’ War, which were published in Men-at-Arms and Essencial History series by Osprey Publishing.

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«BULLETIN OF EUROPE» (1802-1830): THE THEMES OF VITAL IMPORTANCE

Posted in 2013, HISTORY, Issue 12(19) December 2013 | 0 comments

The article touches upon the problems, illustrated by Karamzin in “Bulletin of Europe” and widely discussed in society: peasantry, relations with France and many other questions.

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THE HISTORIOGRAPHY REVIEW OF MUSEUM LITERATURE ON PETERSBURG DURING THE PRE-REVOLUTIONARY PERIOD

Posted in 2013, HISTORY, Issue 12(19) December 2013 | 0 comments

In article the analysis of literature on the first museums of Petersburg, since 1779 is given. In work the specific subject of museum publications of the pre-revolutionary period is for the first time revealed, dynamics of printing activity of the first works about the museums is tracked.

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FOOD SUPPLY CONTRIBUTION OF SVERDLOVSK OBLAST TO THE VICTORY IN THE GREAT PATRIOTIC WAR

Posted in 2021, HISTORY, Isssue № 01(103) January 2021 | 0 comments

The study aims to analyze the supply of agricultural products of Sverdlovsk Oblast during the Great Patriotic War. The topical nature of the article can be attributed to continual discussions concerning the significance of the contribution of domestic supplies of agricultural products to the Great Victory. The documents that form the basis of the article are from the collections of the Russian State Archive of Economy (RGAE). Based on the archival sources, the study determines the total number of agricultural products delivered from Sverdlovsk Oblast to the state in the period from 1941 to 1945. In the course of conducting the analysis, the study solves the following tasks: to determine the amount of grain received by the state from Sverdlovsk Oblast during the war; to determine the amount of field crops the country received in the discussed time period; to identify the total delivery of livestock products from the farming sector of Sverdlovsk Oblast for all sources of procurement.

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IDENTIFICATION OF FORMER INFORMANTS OF THE ASTRAKHAN PROVINCIAL GENDARME DEPARTMENT AND THE POLICE BY STATE SECURITY AGENCIES (BASED ON THE ARCHIVAL MATERIALS OF THE CITY OF ASTRAKHAN)

Posted in 2020, HISTORY, Issue № 12(102) December 2020 | 0 comments

The modern challenges that humanity faces today require adequate actions of various actors in the direction of developing a sustainable society. Special services play an important part as one the tools for solving this problem. In this regard, the interest of researchers in the history of state security agencies is also on the rise. The article presents the results of the analysis of various aspects of the activities of state security agencies to identify secret agents of the gendarme department in the period of the 20s-early 30s. of the twentieth century with the goal of suppressing counter-revolutionary actions. The topic under study is poorly represented in local historiography, however studying it will help enrich the history of Russian special services with new facts at the regional level. The authors of the study introduce archival materials into scientific circulation, thereby expanding the database of local history research.

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ON THE LAND SURVEYING OF THE DON TERRITORIES DURING THE POST-REFORM PERIOD

Posted in 2020, HISTORY, Issue № 12(102) December 2020 | 0 comments

The article discusses the organization of the Don Cossack land surveying. The liberal transformations that took place in Russia in the period from 1860s to 1870s affected the Don Host Oblast as well as its foundation, the land relations. Along with this event, the reform of the Don Cossack host of the Russian Empire, associated with changes in their administrative and territorial structure, led to the fact that most aspects of Cossack life were reconsidered and even changed to some extent. Hence, the surveying of military lands that had always been considered the public property of the Cossacks marked the beginning of the development of new land relations on the Don territory while involving new regions. The study explores in detail the main directions of land surveying as well as the problems that arise during these operations. The research introduces a number of archival materials into scientific discussion.

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