No 4 (2012)

Articles
Relations between Ivan IV’s government and the orthodox East according to the 1614 Ambassadorial decree’s archives
Kisterev S.N.
Abstract
The author of the article reconstructs the course of events of the long-term relations between the government of Ivan the Terrible and the Orthodox East, in accordance with embassy archives of 1614.
Bulletin of Nizhnevartovsk State University. 2012;(4):3-9
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Echoes of 1591 crimean raid on Moscow in southern uyezds of Russia (About the origin of a chapter from the New chronicle)
Solodkin Y.G.
Abstract
Commenting on the chapter from the New Chronicle of the late 1620s, the greatest work of the official chronicle writing created under “the first Romanov”, which is concerned with the repercussions of the Crimean Tatar khan Gazi-Giray’s raid on Moscow, the author proves that this chapter mirrors both speculation, widely spread in the southern districts of Russia shortly after the Tatars’ hasty retreat, and evidence from state records.
Bulletin of Nizhnevartovsk State University. 2012;(4):10-14
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Contacts of S.F.Platonov with Russian military historical society
Mitrofanov V.V.
Abstract
The author of the article dwells upon various contacts of the outstanding Russian historian with one of the central Russian scientific societies of late 19th — early 20th century. The author uses a considerable amount of the archive materials.
Bulletin of Nizhnevartovsk State University. 2012;(4):15-19
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Classification of criteria used in russian scientific references to single out mesolithic period (till late 80s of XX century)
Grebenukov V.I.
Abstract
The article is devoted to the analysis of broad historiographical material. The author clarifies the criteria, used to identify Mesolithic epoch, initially suggested by the Soviet archeologists.
Bulletin of Nizhnevartovsk State University. 2012;(4):20-24
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Moscow-Kazan relations in 1478
Aksanov A.V.
Abstract
The article is devoted to the military conflict between Moscow state and Kazan khanate in 1478. The author has marked out points of view from various sources and has explained the differences. He came to the conclusion that the Moscow-Kazan war of 1478 was a result of continuous struggle for Vyatka land.
Bulletin of Nizhnevartovsk State University. 2012;(4):25-27
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M.V.Lomonosov on «preservation and multiplication of the russian people»
Emeljanov B.V.
Abstract
The article dwells upon Mikhail Lomonosov’s views on the issues of the consolidation of the Russian state and society. The author pays special attention to the Lomonosov’s contemplations on the ways to improve demographic situation in Russia. The author emphasizes relevance of the views of the Russian thinker.
Bulletin of Nizhnevartovsk State University. 2012;(4):28-31
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On L.A.Tikhomirov’s pseudonym and its attribution to poetry works
Milevsky O.A.
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The present article dwells upon poetry, as a little known area of literary activity of revolutionist L.A.Tikhomirov. On conducting literary analysis of various types, the author was able to attribute Tikhomirov’s authorship to some poetry works (including those written under a pseudonym).
Bulletin of Nizhnevartovsk State University. 2012;(4):32-35
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Involvement of city council and police in settlement of local trade in Tobolsk governorate at the late XIX — early XX century
Khramtsov A.B.
Abstract
The article examines activities of the town council and the police in introduction of common trade rules, establishment of markets and fairs and surveillance over trade institutions.
Bulletin of Nizhnevartovsk State University. 2012;(4):36-42
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Policy of agriculture authorities in soviet union towards rural entrepreneurs of the Western Siberia in the second half of 1919 — beginning of 1920
Krott I.I.
Abstract
The article, based on the archival and published sources, considers the agrarian policy of the Soviet agricultural bodies in second half of 1919 — beginning of 1920. The author analyses interaction between authorities and Western Siberia’s agricultural businesses, alongside principles of their relationship building.
Bulletin of Nizhnevartovsk State University. 2012;(4):43-53
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“Departure station — USSR, destination station — communism!”: history of the country in 1920’s slogans
Bulyulina E.V.
Abstract
The article is devoted to the most popular slogans in USSR during 1920s-1930s. The author analyses the condition of the collective consciousness that was formed under the crucial influence of the official ideology.
Bulletin of Nizhnevartovsk State University. 2012;(4):54-57
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On reasons behind school reform of 1958
Prishchepa A.I.
Abstract
The author of the article examines the education reform that took place in 1958, its prehistory and links it with the political life in USSR during the “20th Congress of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union epoch”
Bulletin of Nizhnevartovsk State University. 2012;(4):58-61
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“Traces of Chernobyl Disaster” in USSR collapse
Drokonova O.N.
Abstract
The article is devoted to the comparative analysis of the anthropogenic and political repercussions of the Fukushima Nuclear Accident in Japan and the Chernobyl tragedy in 1986, USSR. The author of the article attempts to analyze the price paid by the humanity for failing to learn a historical lesson and repeating mistakes of the past.
Bulletin of Nizhnevartovsk State University. 2012;(4):62-67
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Religious search of the first Heraclidses: numismatic aspect
Choref M.M.
Abstract
While searching for connection between Byzantine coin business and religious reforms of the first Heraclideses , the author came to a conclusion that the victories achieved by Heraclius I (610-641) not only led to adoption of a new imperial title — «βασιλεύς», but were also reflected in monetary emission.
Bulletin of Nizhnevartovsk State University. 2012;(4):68-78
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Understanding reasons behind conversion of people to Catholicism and Protestantism in dispute between catholic and protestant churches of England in the second half of XVI — early XVII century
Erohin V.N.
Abstract
The article deals with the problems of studying the reasons and motives which led to conversion of people in England to Protestantism or Catholicism in the second half of XVI — first decades of XVII century. These problems are rather actively discussed in contemporary British historiography.
Bulletin of Nizhnevartovsk State University. 2012;(4):79-83
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Military expeditions to Kazakh steppe: methods of managing intertribal conflicts between Kazakhs in the first half of XIX century (based on archival information)
Perfiljev A.L.
Abstract
The article is devoted to the study of the politics of the Russian Empire, with particular regard to intertribal conflicts, which raged in Khazakh communities in XVIII — first half of XIX centuries. Based on the archives, research for the first time used in scientific, the author analyzes military expeditions, which alongside other methods helped end Steppe discords.
Bulletin of Nizhnevartovsk State University. 2012;(4):84-92
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I.I.Krott. Rural entrepreneurship: behavioral patterns and strategies amidst the transformation of siberian society (1914—1920)
Alekseeva L.V.
Abstract
Review of the book: Krott I.I. Rural entrepreneurship: behavioral patterns and strategies amidst the transformation of Siberian society (1914—1920). Published by Omsk State Pedagogical University Press in 2010.
Bulletin of Nizhnevartovsk State University. 2012;(4):93-95
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