Scientific Journal of KubSAU

Polythematic online scientific journal
of Kuban State Agrarian University
ISSN 1990-4665
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TOPONYMICS OF THE KUBAN REGION IN HISTORICAL AND CULTURAL HERITAGE OF THE GREAT PATRIOTIC WAR

abstract 1091505072 issue 109 pp. 1014 – 1028 29.05.2015 ru 1200
Questions, which are considered in the article, have been connected with the role of the Great Patriotic War in the geo- graphical, administrative and territorial name changes in the Kuban region. It is pointed out that the place names are valuable research material for the most complete study of the problem of historical and cultural heritage of the Great Patriotic War. It is noted that after the Great Patriotic War the situation, where many of the new names of geographical and administrative-territorial objects went counter to the traditional main function of the place name - address and its purpose-to help orientation in space, continued. It is shown that politically sensitive "military" place names, being an important element of the Soviet propaganda and agitation, were necessary for the ideological support of the authorities, but at the same time, allows you to save memory of the Great Victory. "Military" toponymy, which has prevailed since the end of the Great Patriotic War , carried out a living link with the past present and future. New post-war name of streets, squares, parks, alleys of cities and villages of Kuban dedicated to heroes and events of the Great Patriotic War, helped to preserve a sense of patriotism and belonging to the victory over fascism. The conclusion is that the central government continued to use after the Great Patriotic War the place names as one of the new genres of advocacy and created a new concept of "military" place name, one of the essential component of which is a moral burden that was to have political overtones
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STATE REGULATION OF THE AGRARIAN SECTOR OF THE NATIONAL ECONOMY OF THE NORTH CAUCASUS DURING THE GREAT PATRIOTIC WAR

abstract 1041410097 issue 104 pp. 1302 – 1315 30.12.2014 ru 1238
This article discusses the activities of local authorities in the Northern Caucasus in the regulation of the agrarian sector of the region during the great Patriotic war
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ETHNIC BUSINESS IN THE ETHNOLOGICAL EXPERTISE SUBJECT FIELD

abstract 1341710059 issue 134 pp. 743 – 752 29.12.2017 ru 1256
Ethnic minorities’ traditional economy and business forms are the research object. The algorithm specification of the traditional economy forms research in the structure of ethnological examinations and regional ethnological monitoring act as the purpose of the article. The list of research subjects in programs of field researches is offered: a) latent forms of the social relations regulation and their traditional outlook conditionality; b) The cause and effect relationships of the ethnic minorities traditional economic specialization transformation in rural enclaves; c) an order of formation of network (system) of the ethnic enterprises in the urban environment which are focused on services the offer: the migrants facilitating integration; preservation of political, social and economic and cultural ties with regions of "outcome"; creation of conditions for preservation of ethnic self-identification; d) problem "points" of cross-cultural communications identification. The research is conducted within the project "the South of Russia: ethnic businessmen of "house" and beyond his limits (experience of social and economic adaptation)" with financial support of the Russian humanitarian scientific fund (RGNF. Project 1701-00407)
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MUSLIM HOLIDAYS IN THE POLICY OF THE THIRD REICH AMONG THE MOUNTAINEERS OF THE NORTH CAUCASUS IN 1942-1944.

abstract 1101506040 issue 110 pp. 593 – 608 30.06.2015 ru 1289
The article considers the place of Islamic festivities of Eid al-Fitr and Eid al-Adha in the policy of Nazi Germany among the North Caucasus highlanders. Implementing “The North Caucasian experiment” based on speculation costs in prewar policy of Soviet power in the North Caucasus, the occupation regime has identified Islamic holidays a special role in the demonstration of “good intentions” and propaganda among highlanders. The author's concept is founded on the premise that under Nazi occupation of mountain areas Muslim holidays, with a strong outward expression, became a part of not only religious but also the ethno-political, social and economic policies of the Third Reich and served as a means of “political security” for Nazi rule. Using the archival documents and materials of the Berlin newspaper “Gazavat”, the author reveals the background, course and consequences of celebration of Eid al-Fitr and Eid al-Adha in the occupied North Caucasus in October and December 1942 and the place of Islamic holidays in Anti-Communist propaganda among highlanders in the Wehrmacht units. The chronological scope of the study is conditioned by the fact that it was during 1942-1944 the arsenal of policy of the Third Reich among Muslims in Europe, North Africa and the Middle East included Muslim holidays
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PROBLEMS OF RESTORATION OF NATIONAL AUTONOMIES OF REPRESSED PEOPLES

abstract 1331709025 issue 133 pp. 301 – 309 30.11.2017 ru 1333
The article attempts to highlight the problems of restoring the autonomies of the repressed peoples of Russia during the Great Patriotic War. Karachais, Kalmyks, Chechens, Ingush, Balkars and other peoples were forcibly relocated to the eastern regions of the country, and their autonomies were abolished. And only after the death of Stalin began the process of softening the special settlement regime for deported peoples. However, the decisive role was played by the 20th Congress of the Party, held in February 1956. At a closed meeting of the congress, the eviction of peoples, NS. Khrushchev called "a gross violation of the national policy of the Soviet state." The Twentieth Party Congress proposed reviving the illegally abolished national autonomies of repressed peoples. Public condemnation of mass repressions against the peoples of the North Caucasus was of great importance for the fate of deported ethnic groups, facilitated a number of measures to restore justice
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MILITARY AND ADMINISTRATIVE AND POLITICAL ACTIVITY OF E.A. GOLOVIN IN THE CAUCASUS (1838–1842)

abstract 1141510078 issue 114 pp. 1033 – 1046 30.12.2015 ru 1345
The article is devoted to military and administrative activity of one of imperial deputies – Evgeny Aleksandrovich Golovin in the Caucasus in 1838-1842. The general spent more than three months studying data on the area he did not know in the archives of SaintPetersburg. E. A. Golovin paid special attention to road and fortification construction. He aimed at making them “centres of Russian nationhood by establishing schools and markets”. On December 15, 1838 E. A. Golovin submitted a report to A. I. Chernyshov, the military minister, where he described the nearest political tasks of the Russian government. In Golovin’s opinion, the main military actions in Dagestan were supposed to be seizure of Chirkat, construction of fortifications therein and devastation of Akhulgo, residence of Shamil. However, E. A. Golovin turned out to be bound with instructions written in Petersburg more than his predecessors. Programmes for military actions in the Caucasus region specifying even troop units to participate in expeditions down to the last detail were drawn on an annually basis. By the end of his term in the position of the Commander-in-Chief of the Independent Caucasian Corps Golovin started supporting the siege system by combining it, the same way as A. P. Ermolov, with periodic temporary offensive operations. After the Evgenievskoe Fortification (named so to honour Golovin by Royal Decree) had been constructed at the Sulak River, Evgeniy Aleksandrovich was dismissed in October 1842. The author concludes that in process of recognition of the world of mountaineers the commander-in-chief showed aspiration to searches of other, less dramatic solutions of the Caucasian question, opened for the successors of prospect of the movement of Russia and the people of Chechnya, Dagestan and Western Caucasus towards each other
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PERIODICAL PUBLICATIONS ON THE FRONT EVERY DAY LIFE IN THE NORTH CAUCASUS DURING THE CIVIL WAR OF 1917-1920

abstract 0931309059 issue 93 pp. 877 – 886 30.11.2013 ru 1381
The article discusses the specifics of everyday life, which was reflected in the 1917-1920 war journalism. The article highlights the lack of journalistic freedom and creative choice, since publication on the front everyday life in this period were under especially careful censorship
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ABOUT THE CONTRIBUTION OF TIMBER INDUSTRY IN ECONOMY OF USSR DURING THE PERIOD OF THE GREAT PATRIOTIC WAR (1941-1945)

abstract 0781204043 issue 78 pp. 502 – 511 30.04.2012 ru 1405
The contribution of timber industry in the process of development of economy of USSR during the perios of the Great Patriotic War was analysed in this article. The most important factors and characteristics of the industry in the conditions of mobilization of economy were considered
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CONSERVATIVE RUSSIAN PUBLIC IN THE STRUGGLE FOR 1864 COURT REFORMS BASES REVISION

abstract 0711107026 issue 71 pp. 338 – 353 30.09.2011 ru 1447
Main stages of Imperial Russia court system evolution in the light of 1864 reforms were covered and the content of public discussions on the problems of Russian legislature development was interpreted
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FEATURES OF THE ORGANIZATION AND THE PROCESS OF ELECTIONS OF THE DEPUTIES OF THE STATE DUMA IN 1906-1917

abstract 1041410124 issue 104 pp. 1789 – 1800 30.12.2014 ru 1457
This article analyzes the legal regulation of the process of elections to the State Duma of the imperial period in order to identify its characteristics. The author investigates the conditions for participation in the elections and the procedure of forming the highest representative body of authorities
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