Libmonster is the largest world open library, repository of author's heritage and archive

Register & start to create your original collection of articles, books, research, biographies, photographs, files. It's convenient and free. Click here to register as an author. Share with the world your works!

Libmonster ID: COM-168

share the publication with friends & colleagues

Academician A. A. GUBER. The Thirteenth World Congress of Historical Sciences in Moscow (certain results and prospects)

Contributed by the President of the International Committee on Historical Sciences, this article characterizes the proceedings of the Thirteenth World Congress of Historical Sciences and highlights the features that distinguish it from the preceding congresses of this kind. The author points out that the Moscow Congress has fully justified the expectations of historians and can well be regarded as a major development in historical science. The Congress debates and discussions furnished another vivid confirmation of the irreconcilable character of the ideological and methodological principles expounded by Marxist historians and by anti-Marxists, but at the same time there distinctly emerged the possibility of scientists belonging to diametrically opposite trends conducting joint research in concrete historical problems, fruitfully exchanging their experience in the methods of investigation they apply, notably the employment of most up-to-date mathematical methods. At the same time, the experience of the Thirteenth Congress convincingly demonstrated the need of further improving the organization of international congresses: the International Committee on Historical Sciences must formulate the "main" themes in good time with a view to ensuring closer coordination and homogeneity of the relevant communications, working out general recommendations on the papers submitted by the various national committees and leaving the congress agenda open to all branches of historical science, including auxiliary and subordinate branches.

V. V. GORBUNOV. The Popular Masses and the Formation of Socialist Culture

The author analyzes the Marxist-Leninist propositions on the decisive role of the popular masses in the historical process of the rise and development of culture, graphically showing how this general and law-governed sociological feature manifests itself in an antagonistic class society and under socialism. The article critically examines diverse bourgeois conceptions on the exclusive character of culture and devotes chief attention to illustrating the role and place assigned to the popular masses in the formation and development of socialist culture. The author cites concrete examples to characterize the most effective ways and means of drawing the working masses into the process of cultural development. The article sheds light on the cultural and educational work carried on by the Communist Party, on the efforts made by the Soviet state to wipe out illiteracy, promote public education, introduce democratic principles in the system of higher learning and train the new Soviet intelligentsia recruited from the ranks of the working class and the peasantry.

A. GAIGALAITE and E. GRISHKUNAITE. The Progress of Historical Science in Soviet Lithuania

The article reviews the development of historical sciences in Soviet Lithuania during the last three decades (1940 - 1970). The authors highlight the principal trends of research, examine some of the major works devoted to the history of the Lithuanian S.S.R. and survey the collections of documents published in the republic. At the same time the article lists some of the insufficiently studied problems relating to the history of the Lithuanian people, to which Soviet historians must devote paramount attention.

D. A. AVDUSIN. The History of the Novgorod Discoveries

One of the sensational developments of the latter half of the 20th century are the discoveries made in Great Novgorod, which include a new type of written sources on the history of the Russian medieval period in the shape of birch-bark records. The article vividly describes the history of the Novgorod archeological expedition and the important contribution made by every one of its participants to the joint effort to re- create the ancient history of Novgorod. The author gives a detailed account of the archeological excavations carried out in Novgorod and graphically shows how their results altered the old conceptions of this major centre of ancient Rus.

стр. 221

L. I. ARAPOVA and K. I. RUDELSON. A New Stage in the Development of Soviet Archeography

The first part of the article highlights the achievements registered by Soviet archeography during the past fifteen years and characterizes the most important publications in this field, devoting particular attention to research works specially published to mark the 50th anniversary of Soviet power and the centenary of the birth of V. I. Lenin. The authors also analyze a number of scientific works in which problems of the theory and methods of Soviet archeography are given further creative elaboration.

The concluding part of the article is devoted to an analysis of the theoretical and methodological problems of Soviet archeography, which find then" concentrated expression in the "Regulations Governing the Publication of Historical Documents in the U.S.S.R." (Moscow, 1969). The authors focuss their attention on problems which require further investigation, attaching particular importance to the need of improving the forms of drawing documentary information into the sphere of science through the introduction of cybernetic methods in archeography.

L. M. GATAULLINA. From Feudalism and Colonial Slavery to Socialism

In 1921 a victorious popular revolution was carried out in Mongolia under the leadership of the Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party (MPRP). Relying on the fraternal assistance of the Soviet Union, the MPRP led the Mongolian people along the road of socialism. In the course of the revolution the domination of the feudal lords and foreign capitalists was abolished, the state sector was established in the country's economy and the national-democratic state was consolidated. Having launched on the full-scale building of socialism, the Mongolian people are successfully coping with such complex tasks as socialist industrialization, collectivization of agriculture and further extension and deepening of the cultural revolution. The article generalizes the experience of Mongolia's advance to socialism along the non-capitalist path of development, brings out the most important intrinsic features and national peculiarities of this process in the specific conditions obtaining in Mongolia and stresses the significance of the Soviet Union's all-round assistance for accelerating the rate of socialist construction in the Mongolian People's Republic.

W. GOSTYNSKA. The Policy of the Polish Ruling Element and the Entente's Anti-Soviet Plans in 1919

From the very first days following the re-establishment of the Polish state, the ruling bourgeois-landlord element of that country adopted an openly hostile policy towards Soviet Russia despite the Soviet government's repeated proposals to establish friendly, good-neighbour relations. Taking advantage of the difficult position prevailing in the Soviet Republics, they started military operations with the aim of seizing Lithuania, Byelorussia and the Ukraine. Poland figured prominently in the Entente powers' sinister schemes of launching armed intervention against Soviet Russia. Being unable to render effective military assistance to the Whiteguard counter-revolutionaries with their own forces in January-February 1919, the Allies decided to use Poland for the attainment of this aim. Thus, the annexationist plans of the Polish ruling element coincided with the anti-Soviet schemes harboured by the Entente powers. It was the working masses of Poland that offered the most consistent and resolute opposition to their country's participation in the armed intervention against Soviet Russia.

G. L. BONDAREVSKY. The Yemeni Peoples' Liberation Struggle at the Close of the 19th Century and British Colonial Policy

Drawing on documentary materials and historical records found in British and Indian archives, the author traces the re-conquest of the Yemen by Turkey in 1871 - 1872, examines the methods applied by the Turkish aggressors in their colonial policy and highlights the main stages of the Yemeni peoples' struggle for liberation, notably the national uprisings of 1891 - 1892, 1894 - 1895 and 1898 - 1899. The available documentary and factual material enables the author to disclose the peculiarities of the feudal type of nationalism practised by the Yemeni tribal aristocracy and expose its attempts to come to terms with the Turkish invaders and later with the British colonialists. Side by side with devoting considerable attention to the internal history of the Yemen, the author shows the main stages and distinctive features of British colonial policy in South Arabia at the close of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th centuries. The dismemberment of the Yemen is viewed by the author as a direct result of the compact made by the British and Turkish invaders.



Permanent link to this publication:

Similar publications: LRussia LWorld Y G


Libmonster OnlineContacts and other materials (articles, photo, files etc)

Author's official page at Libmonster:

Find other author's materials at: Libmonster (all the World)GoogleYandex

Permanent link for scientific papers (for citations):

SUMMARIES OF MAJOR ARTICLES // London: Libmonster (LIBMONSTER.COM). Updated: 29.11.2017. URL: (date of access: 24.06.2019).


Reviews of professional authors
Order by: 
Per page: 
  • There are no comments yet
Libmonster Online
New-York, United States
175 views rating
29.11.2017 (572 days ago)
0 subscribers
0 votes

Related Articles
The first thing that inspired me to this discovery is the shock that the researchers of superconductivity experience. And this is understandable. If the conduction current is formed by free electrons, then why does superconductivity increase when free electrons practically disappear, freezing to atoms. Secondly, this is the obstinacy of the Russian scientist, Dr. Fedyukin Veniamin Konstantinovich, who doubted that superconductivity exists. He writes: “Proceeding from the general scientific, ideological position and practice that there is opposition to every action and there is resistance to any movement, it can be argued that resistance and electric current along the conductor should be. Therefore, the so-called "superconductivity" electric current is not, and can not be. "
Catalog: Physics 
46 days ago · From Gennady Tverdohlebov
According to our hypothesis, the conversion of electrons and positrons into each other occurs by replacing the charge motion vector with the opposite vector. This is explained by the fact that all elements of the electron's magnetoelectric system are opposite to all elements of the positron's magnetoelectric system. And this opposite is determined by the vector of their movement in space. Therefore, it is only necessary to change the motion vector of one of the charges to the opposite vector, so immediately this charge turns into its antipode.
Catalog: Physics 
99 days ago · From Gennady Tverdohlebov
Catalog: Military science 
113 days ago · From Libmonster Online
The article gives my short life story with a list of my discoveries. May the terrible moralists forgive me, I call these hypotheses discoveries because their logical connectedness and conformity with the materialistic dialectic of thinking does not allow to doubt that truth has been found here.
Catalog: Philosophy 
113 days ago · From Gennady Tverdohlebov
I wrote this article when I was 33, and I, who did not understand anything in physics, but who had logical thinking, were outraged by those alogisms and paradoxes that flowed from Einstein’s logic of relativity theory. But it was criticism at the level of emotions. Now, when I began to think a little bit in physics, and when I discovered the law of the difference of gravitational potentials, and based on it I built a five-dimensional frame of reference, it is now possible to prove the inaccuracy of Einstein’s theory of relativity at the level of physical laws.
Catalog: Physics 
120 days ago · From Gennady Tverdohlebov
Awareness of man himself, the birth of the human “I” occurred through a qualitative leap in the process of evolution of the population of brain giants, which appeared as a result of crossing Homo sapiens with Neanderthals.
Catalog: Science 
122 days ago · From Gennady Tverdohlebov
istory make the masses. But the masses are ruled by leaders. The influence of an individual on the development of social processes is the greater, the greater the influence this personality has on the consciousness of individuals, as well as on the social consciousness of groups, classes and nations. The formula of Marx's social progress — the developing productive forces of society outgrow their production relations, throw them off and give birth to new ones — true, but only with Lenin's amendment: man is the main productive force of humanity.
Catalog: Psychology 
122 days ago · From Gennady Tverdohlebov
The fundamental difference between a herd of animals and a human society is the presence of social laws formed by the consciousness of people in human society. Anthroposociogenesis is the process of forming into the consciousness of hominids of social laws, through the indefinite and combinational variability of genotypes with the elimination of those hominids that are not capable of subjecting their activity to laws.
Catalog: Science 
122 days ago · From Gennady Tverdohlebov
Comparing all that is united by the concept of "mine" with all that is united by the concept of "not mine" the concept of "I" is born. Here begins the development of the individual consciousness of modern man, here began the development and individual consciousness of fossil people. It also began its development and public power, which initially could not have any other form, as soon as the form of protection of a mother who realized her motherhood to her children. Both individual consciousness and public power originate in the form of legal consciousness, and, first of all, in the form of awareness of the issues of belonging of certain objects to certain individuals, that is, in the form of awareness of the concepts "mine is not mine", "my child is not my child".
Catalog: Psychology 
122 days ago · From Gennady Tverdohlebov
Dialectics is often called the tool of knowledge of nature. But, in the opinion of the author of this article, this tool is still as imperfect as the scissors would be imperfect, without the central screw uniting the two blades of this tool. This "cog" in dialectics is the fact that the "struggle" of opposites, which is the driving force behind the development of all processes of nature, is not absolute. "Struggle" is born when the dialectic system deviates from the state of equilibrium, and the goal of this "struggle" is to restore the lost equilibrium of the system.
Catalog: Philosophy 
123 days ago · From Gennady Tverdohlebov

Libmonster is a free tool to store the author's heritage. Create your own collection of articles, books, files, multimedia, and share the link with your colleagues and friends. Keep your legacy in one place - on Libmonster. It is practical and convenient.

Libmonster retransmits all saved collections all over the world (open map): in the leading repositories in many countries, social networks and search engines. And remember: it's free. So it was, is and always will be.

Click here to create your own personal collection

Support Forum · Editor-in-chief
Watch out for new publications:

About · News · Reviews · Contacts · For Advertisers · Donate to Libmonster

Libmonster ® All rights reserved.
2014-2019, LIBMONSTER.COM is a part of Libmonster, international library network (open map)