Belarus research magazine: the history of the belarusian – polish – Lithuanian border
The 2015 edition of the “belarussian journal” published today is almost entirely about history. It focuses on the border areas of belarus – Poland – Lithuania, and from the 1863 uprising to the 20th century, when the territory of belarus was divided by the Soviet union and Poland.
At the outset, the analysis of humor was a political force in eastern Poland, now belarus, during two wars. Of the university of tartu in Estonia, anastasia ashtar, pavarotti (Anastasija Astapava) of the article explains the historical background of the 1920 s, various political groups and how to laugh at the time of the political reality, and fight for belarus’s thought. Rare images from two war journals abound to illustrate this article.
Meeting record Kastu ś Kalino ŭ ski
The next four short articles were assembled by a gathering of more than ten scholars from belarus, the United Kingdom, Lithuania and Poland by the Kastu of belarus and the conference of the national construction process. Kastu ś Kalino ŭ ski is belarus national hero who Russia from 1863 to 1864, the leadership of the uprising.
Belarus from Hrodna historian AliaksandrSmalian č UK currently belonging to the polish academy of sciences, he analyzed the historian in solving Kastu ś Kalino ŭ ski in the historical role of belarus national construction research problems. Should not, he argues, Cali, as the creator of belarus nationalism, not even admit that, but as Lithuania’s thoughts on “belarus direction” gradually evolved a link.
More ROM tower Michaluk from Nicolaus Copernicus university analyzed the Po in the base of land secret press published under the auspices of the polish language Kastu ś Kalino ŭ ski around against the uprising time tsar in 1863 to 1864, the authorities. One of her findings was that the journals did not promote separatist ideas in Lithuania and belarus, but instead called for national unity and the restoration of the entire old polish-lithuanian federation.
Uladzisla ŭ Ivan’s European humanistic university focus on role from Lithuania belarus old believers in Kalino ŭ ski uprising. The old faithful, a Christian orthodox sect, rejected Russian church reform in the 17th century and were persecuted after being persecuted in belarus. The authors show how the old faithful tried to reconcile their “russians” with their “belarusians”.
Andrews Unu č ak, dean of belarus in the history of the national academy of sciences institute of belarus, the founding of the key image Kalino ŭ ski in the Soviet union’s official discourse of belarus. According to belarus the communist party’s official statistics, Cali, support and the Russian federation, belarus intellectuals tried to use the image of kali, to strengthen the national consciousness of belarus.
The issue also includes the transcript of the first “annual London lecture on the study of belarus”, which was hosted by the Slavic and eastern European institute of research in London in March 2015. Per Anders Rudling of lund university in Sweden follows belarus from the 18th century to the modern era of belarus.
This problem also includes two review – is a Stephen hall for European authorities in belarus and Ukraine research meaning, the other one is by the eastern Poland the ethnic relations in time of war, this is now west belarus. Former British ambassador to belarus Brian Bennett wrote an overview of British and white social activities in 2014.
Father Alexander Nadson
On April 15, 2015, the west belarus diaspora overseas Chinese’s spiritual leader, belarus research advisory committee member, the institute of belarus Alexander Nathan, former chairman of the priest, died in London. Fr Alexander not only left a legacy of religious texts and translations, but also books and articles on various aspects of belarus’s research.
Frans Alexander the great in 1965, first published in the “journal of belarus” about “figure” st Cyril as the first article, since 1973, as editor of the committee members. His last article on the Wall Street journal was published in 2013. Jim dingley’s obituary and his English bibliography ended the “research journal of belarus”.