Magazine’s content № 7 2009

Annotation №7–2009

Actual theme: 70th Anniversary of World War II

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M.Y. Myagkov. From Munich Agreement to Treaty between Germany and USSR in 1939: prehistory of World War II

Article considers the problems of foreign relations in 1938–1939, agreements and contacts between coming participators of Second World War, possible (and impossible) alternatives of foreign policy released by Great powers in the prewar period.

Keywords: World War II, reasons, responsibility, Nazi Germany, the West states, Munich agreement, Soviet Union, Soviet-German pact of 1939.

V.A. Nevezhin. New Russian historiography of Second World War

Author of this review made accent on the specific features which are distinguish new Russian historiography of World War II and summarize results of scientific researches in this sphere.

Keywords: World War II, reasons, military action, diplomacy, the Lend-Lease, historiography.

E.N. Abdulaev, A.Y. Morozov. Studying Second World War in school history course

Authors of this methodical development offer a model of studying theme “Second World War” based upon pupil’s gradually adsorption of three topics: prehistory of WWII; 2) currents of WWII; 3) results and lessons of WWII.

Key words: Second World War, methodical development.

R.R. Khusainov. Foreign relations close to Second World War (lesson – role-playing game in high school)

This development describes the methodic of organization and realization of lesson on Foreign relations close to Second World War in form of role-playing game.

Key words: Second World War, methodical development, role-playing game, high school.

WWII in the Internet

This material is a collection of links on Russian-speaking and English-speaking websites devotes to the history of the Second World War.

Voice of Ages

Marc Bloch on German’s entry to Rennes in 1940

A short fragment from Marc Bloch L’Etrange defaite is introduced here.

History and society

A.U. Gavrilov. The mensheviks about Russian and world revolutions’ future, 1920s.

The article is dedicated to scientifically and social actual subject: learning the mensheviks emigration’s (1920s) opinion on the Russian and world revolutions’ future. In the scientific inquiry the author reviewed the reasons of the continuation by mensheviks the political activity in emigration after the Civil war, their opinion on the concession policy of the Soviet government and other aspects of the domestic economic and foreign-policy activity of Bolsheviks, nature of the Third International.

The article contains the dissection of the mensheviks leaders’ criticism of the definite adventurism of the foreign policy of the USSR in the early 1920s during the wreck of hopes of the swift beginning of the Socialist revolution and the article considers the mensheviks-emigrants’ prediction about the danger of the Bonapart’s results of the Russian revolution, which later caused the Stalin’s dictatorship.

Key words: Bolshevizm, mensheviks’ emigration, the Third International, Bonapartization.

E.I. Golovchenko. Features of propaganda influence on the Soviet citizen population during the first period of the Eastern Front of World War II. (June 1941 – January 1943)

In article the basic features of the Soviet and Nazi Germany (fascist) propagation during initial stage at the Eastern Front of World War II (Great Patriotic War) (June 1941 – January 1943) reveal. Key directions of propaganda influence, its efficiency and lacks are considered. The questions, concerning reorganisations of work of mass media in connection with a wartime are mentioned.

Key words: The Great Patriotic War, the Soviet propagation, Nazi Germany and fascist propagation, the enemy, newspapers, radio.

History of people’s education in Russia

V. E.  Voronin. Liberal and conservative reforms in the sphere of education, 1860s—1870s

The article deals with  the reforms in the sphere of education that were carried out in the 1860s and 1870s as part of the Great Reforms and constitute an important aspect of  Alexander II’s domestic policy. The article focuses on the work of Education Ministers Alexander Golovnin and Count Dmitry Tolstoi as wells on a contradictory nature of the government policy that emerged as a result of a deep divide within the government.

Keywords: public education, reforms, primary school, classical education, non-classical education, gymnasia, non-classical secondary schools, universities, government, domestic policies.

M.N. Guschina. Child’s dereliction Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic in 1917–1941

Article concerns the problem of child’s dereliction in 1917–1941, analyzes factors of mass child’s dereliction, ideas and principles of policy towards child’s dereliction and neglected children, and results of struggle against this problem.

Key words: child’s dereliction, new economic policy, collectivization, industrialization, repression, state’s protectionism, adopter-distributor, orphan home, patronage, guardianship, adoption.


Y.V. Karakurchy. Multimedia tools in lessons of history

This material considers the problem of using multimedia tools in teaching history in school, types of such tools, and also types of multimedia objects which teacher could use in practice.

Key words: multimedia tools, lesson of history

T.Y. Kudryavtseva. Training court “Types of justice in 1930’s USSR and modern Russia”

Methodical development devotes to the problem of studying themes are connected with the concept of justice (for profile level or as a part of elective course). Author shares own experience of organization of educational process, offers new forms of it.

Key words: justice, the principles of justice, the training court.

Integrate testing

S.A. Fomin. Schemes and tests on history of Rus’ for training for part C of Integral testing

This methodical development targets on training of pupils for part C of Integral testing. Authors develop the model of training based on schemes with short text comments.

Key words: methodical development, history of Russia, part C of Integral testing

Today in magazine – Tomorrow in class

A.A. Demichev. Everyday life of Russian citizens of second half of 19th – beginning of 20th century in prerevolutionary anecdotes.

Article considers reflects of everyday life in Russian Empire in second half of 19th – beginning of 20th century in legal anecdote of that time and variants of its using in teaching history.

Key words: legal anecdote, historical source, everyday life.

In journal:

  • News
  • An example of disgusting book-review
  • News of science: Ancient world

Опубликовано в Журнал в 2009 году.

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