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RUDN Journal of Russian History >>

Vol.21, No.1

Publisher: Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia (RUDN University)

Publishing Date: 2022-03-03

  1. The Activities of Foreign Entrepreneurs in the Amur Region as Reflected in the Regional Press of the 1860s

    Authors: Zhanna Petrunina;Galina Shusharina

  2. The Russian Commercial Fleet in the Treaty Ports of China in the Second Half of the 19th Century

    Authors: Ildar Hamzin

  3. Acculturation Policies Targeting Siberia’s Muslim Communities in the Second Half of the 19th and in the Early 20th Centuries

    Authors: Petr Dashkovskiy;Elena Shershneva

  4. The Provisional Government and “Chinese Question” in Russia in 1917

    Authors: Mikhail Khodjakov;Sun Yizhi

  5. The Chinese Population of Transbaikalia under the Conditions of the Stalinist System in the 1930s

    Authors: Vladimir Datsyshen

  6. Features of Political and Ideological Work among the Population of the Far East of the USSR in the 1930s

    Authors: Alexander Isaev

  7. At the BAM We Had Everything! Consumption Good Supplies for Workers of the All-Union Komsomol Сonstruction Project

    Authors: Nikolai Baikalov

  8. The Sanitary Service of the 431st Tikhvin Infantry Regiment during World War I

    Authors: Vera Bondareva;Natalia Eilbart

  9. The State of Military Medicine during the Russian Civil War

    Authors: Olga Morozova;Tatiana Troshina

  10. The Port-Franco of Odessa of the North: Alexander Den’gin’s Development Project of the Mouth of the Pechora River in the 1820s to 1840s

    Authors: Evgeniya Komleva

  11. Review of Tatary-kazakivsostaveOrenburgskogokazach'egovoiska (1748-1917 gg.) by R.R. Aminov. Kazan': Institut istorii im. Sh. Mardzhani AN RT, 2017. 348 p.

    Authors: Elena Godovova;Sergey Lyubichankovskiy

  12. Review of Rossiya na poroge informatsionnykh voin. Politika rossiiskogo pravitel'stva v sfere SMI v nachale XX veka by E.G. Kostrikova. St. Petersburg: Petroglif Publ., 2020. 352 p.

    Authors: Marina Shpakovskaya