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-171

share the publication with friends & colleagues

M.I. KULICHENKO. The Development of Nations and National Relations in the U.S.S.R. at the Present Stage

The article characterizes the changes that occurred in the life of the Soviet nations and nationalities in the period between the 23rd and 24th Congresses of the CPSU. The author shows the vast significance of the consistent implementation of the Leninist national policy by the Party for strengthening the unity of Soviet society. Socialism, the article says, ensured the flourishing of all nations and nationalities, their all-round rapprochement and the emergence of the Soviet people as a new historical community of men. The joint efforts of all Soviet nations and nationalities, national and ethnic groups have brought about an unprecedented development of a single socialist economy and ensured a swift progress of Soviet culture which is multinational in form and socialist in content; the process of evening up the economic development levels and social structure of all Soviet nations and nationalities is under way; the profound internationalism intrinsic to the consciousness of working people of all nationalities, the common traits of their character and moral principles, the traditions common to all Soviet peoples are increasingly asserting themselves.

V.I. KORETSKY. V.N. Tatishchev's Work on Historical Sources Relating to the Process of the Peasants' Enslavement

The article examines the development of V.N. Tatishchev's views on the process of the peasants' enslavement in Russia in the 16fh-17th centuries, as well as the methods of his work on historical sources on the example of preserved juridical records and annals relating to this problem. The author draws the conclusion that apart from such important ancient Russian legislative documents as the Code of Law of 1550, the laws of 1597 and of 1601, the Council Code of March 9, 1607, V.N. Tatishchev had at his disposal the now iost chronicle of a monk named Joseph, lay-brother Patriarch Job, initiated into many important political secrets, which exerted a strong influence on the formation of the historian's views on the process of enslavement of the Russian peasantry.

H. LOWMIANSKL The Rus and the Rugi

The article evaluates the fact of confusing the names of "Rus" and "Rugi" in medieval historical literature. The author arrives at the conclusion that there existed only one Rus with the centre in Kiev, though now and again some of the historical sources erroneously referred to it as "Rugia". On the other hand, in a number of cases we come across references in which "Rugia" (Riigen Island) was used instead of "Rus" by mistake. This confusion of names undoubtedly influenced the appearance of a Varangian legend included in the "Tales of Temporal Years" and, possibly, had its impact on Arabian historical and geographical literature. The actual reason for confusing Rus and Rugia should be sought in the phonetic similarity marking the pronunciation of these two words, as well as in the fact that beginning with the 7th century the Slavs inhabited Rugen Island along with areas adjacent to the Dnieper. The mistake originated within the bounds of Kiev Rus, though not in Slavonic but in Norman environment.

V.N. KHANZHENKOV. Australian-American Relations in the Period of the Second World War

The article traces the evolution of relations between Australia and the U.S.A. in the years of the second world war in connection with the development of the military-strategic situation on the Pacific theatre of hostilities. The author devotes considerable attention to an analysis of factors which compelled the ruling circles of Australia to

стр. 222

make a sharp turn towards weakening their traditional ties with Britain in favour of closer relations with the U.S.A. The author stresses the significance of the collapse of the British system of defences in the Far East, the surrender of Singapore and Japan's impetuous advance to the shores of Australia. The article also examines the plans of American imperialism to establish its control over Australia and other parts of the British Empire in the Pacific area, as well as the imperialist contradictions which emerged between Australia and the United States during the war.

N.N. BOLKHOVITINOV. Russian America and the Proclamation of the Monroe Doctrine

Drawing on a number of new documents from Soviet and American archives, the author traces the history of the contradictions between the U.S.A., Britain and tsarist Russia in the northwest of America. The author graphically shows that it was the United States that most actively pursued the expansionist policy in this area from the beginning of the 1820's, which found expression in its claims to special rights on the American continents and the enunciation of the principle prohibiting future colonization of America by any European power. Although formally the proclamation of the "non-colonization principle" was associated with Russian-American relations, it was this principle, and the whole Monroe Doctrine for that matter, that was factually and chiefly directed against Great Britain as the principal rival of the United States in the struggle for influence in the Western Hemisphere.

A.I. POLTORAK. and N.S. LEBEDEVA. The 25th Anniversary of the Nuremberg Trial

The authors have set themselves the aim to prove that the basic ideas of the trial of the major nazi war criminals by the International Military Tribunal at Nuremberg in 1946 have lost none of their significance in our time. Analyzing the Nuremberg documents as well as the materials of certain other trials of nazi war criminals, the authors graphically show that the Nuremberg International Tribunal of 1946 was not merely judicium ad hoc but the new historical type of trial which played a prominent part in the development of progressive international law. The Nuremberg materials and documents are distinguished for their clearly pronounced anti-fascist, anti-militarist and anti- monopoly character. Furthermore, they constitute an important source on the pre-history and actual history of World War II. The authors draw the conclusion that to this day the legal standards of the Nuremberg Tribunal continue to serve the cause of progress and the struggle for peace in all parts of the world.



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
155 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)