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Очерки общественно-политической мысли в Румынии. Вторая половина XIX – начало XX в

В монографии дана широкая картина развития общественно-политической мысли в Румынии второй половины XIX и начала XX в. Автор показывает кризис буржуазной идеологии, анализирует различные оттенки консервативной мысли, а также особенности буржуазного национализма в Румынии. Большое внимание в работе уделено революционным течениям, борьбе левых в румынской социал-демократии. Заключительные разделы книги содержат анализ специфических черт реформизма в социалистическом движении Румынии.

Basarabia (Newspaper, 1906–1907)

Basarabia ( Bessarabia) was the first Bessarabian newspaper in the Romanian (Moldavian) language. It was published in Kishinev from May 24, 1906 to March 11, 1907 twice a week.

Цена земли. История молдаван в Краснодарском крае

«Цена земли. История молдаван в Краснодарском крае» — первая и пока единственная документально-художественная книга о колонизации молдаванами нескольких тысяч десятин земли в Кубанской области и Черноморском округе во второй половине XIX века. В настоящем издании — подробная история 150 лет их жизни в этом регионе: дореволюционный период, становление советской власти, Великая Отечественная война, включая насильственную отправку молдаван в другие государства, контролируемые Германией, послевоенное время и современный период.

Издание включает различные архивные документы, которые подтверждают легитимность получения молдаванами земли, воспоминания людей и отзывы первых путешественников. Кроме того, автор предлагает вниманию читателя свое видение и подробный анализ причин переселения молдаван в  Россию. Книга предназначена для широкого круга читателей.

Боротьба (Newspaper, 1906)

Borot'ba (Struggle) was a Ukarainain political, economic and literary newspaper, published in Kyiv in 1906 twice a week by Mykola Stakhovsky. The first issue of the newspaper was published on May 27. After June 7, 1906, the newspaper was banned during martial law.

Сніп (Newspaper, 1912)

Snip ("the Sheaf") was a weekly Ukrainian-language newspaper edited in Kharkiv in 1912 by Mykola Mikhnovsky, at the expense of Mykhailo Bilenky. Ivan Franko, Leonid Pakharevsky, Mykola Kononenko, Taras Zhoralsky and others collaborated with the weekly. The periodical covered Ukrainian political and cultural life in the Russian Empire. The first issue was published on January 1, 1912. At the end of 1912, the magazine was closed due to financial difficulties.

Viața Basarabiei (Newspaper, 1907)

Viața Basarabiei (The Life of Bessarabia) was a Bessarabian newspaper in Romanian language, published in Chișinău in 1907. The first issue of the newspaper was published on April 22, 1907. The purpose of the publication was to continue the cause of the closed newspaper Basarabia. The newspaper's editor was Alexis Nour. Viața Basarabiei was published in two versions: using the Cyrillic alphabet “for those who read Russian" and in Latin “for the general intelligent public in Bessarabia and in all countries inhabited by Romanians”.

Social Preconditions of National Revival in Europe

This book is a revised translation of two works by Miroslav Hroch, which together form a pioneering comparative analysis of the various struggles for national identity in nineteenth-century Europe. It is concerned with the decisive phase of 'national renaissance', when small groups of committed patriots successfully generated mass support. When and why was their propaganda effective? The author attempts to answer this fundamental question by locating the patriots within the contemporary social structure, and uses data derived from many different nationalisms. The work is divided into three sections; a theoretical examination of the origins of nationalism and nation-hood, a quantitative survey of the social and territorial structure of the patriots of eight representative national movements, and a comparative analysis of the social and professional groups that formed the milieu of patriotism. Numerous statistical tables and maps illuminate the text, which forms one of the most significant studies of the nationalist phenomenon to be published in recent years.