Tyrsenko A.V. France's Foreign Policy Plans during the Great French Revolution;
Ignatchenko I.V. Charles X and the July Revolution of 1830;
Brovko L.N. Nazism and Religion;
Glazunova E.N. "Enmity, But Not Open": the US Interference in the Internal Affairs of Chile (1970 — 1973);
Puchsek Farras J. (Spain). Historiographical Myth "The Kremlin in Barcelona": the Role of the Soviet Consulate during the Spanish Civil War;
Kretinin S.V. Resettlement of Ethnic Germans from Bessarabia and Northern Bukovina to Germany in 1940-1941. On materials of the Russian archives;
Guskova E.Yu. Armed Conflict and Political Settlement: Crisis of Dialogue Model on the Balkans in 90iеs Years of the 20th Century (Part II);
Yemelyanov A.L.. Socialist Orientation in the Countries of Africa: Historical Experience;
RUSSIA AND WORLD.
Paulson S.E. (USA). The American Diplomats about Life in St. Petersburg in the XIX Century;
Agafonova E.L. The Minister of Foreign Affairs E. van Kleffens and His Role in the Establishment of Diplomatic Relations between the USSR and the Netherlands;
Gurina M.V. Canadian Fund of the Help to Russia and Supply to the USSR in Days of the Great Patriotic War;
Gorbacheva K.A. Russian Ecclesiastical Mission in Beijing in 1920-1930;
METHODOLOGY, HISTORIOGRAPHY, SOURCE STUDY.
Andreyeva T.V., Rumynskaya M.N. In memory of Boris Vasilievich Ananich;
Dabaghyan E.S. Creative Career of the Russian historian M.S. Alperovich (1918-2015);
Vershinin A.A. Aristide Briand. The Political Portrait of the French Statesman and Diplomat;
Kaplya A.S. Eva Joly in the Fight for "Fair Structure of the World and Ecological Safety";
Gavrilova S.M. Russian=Italian Relations on a Boundary of the XX - XXI Centuries;
Medyakov A.S. "To Remember the Great Person By. Bismarck on the German Post Card at the Turn of the XIX-XX Centuries;
FACTS, EVENTS, PEOPLE.
Shestakova N.F. (Yekaterinburg). "Madoc's Fever", or Dream of the Welsh America;
Ibraev E.E. (Kazakhstan). The Image of the Hero of the Empire in the British Cinema;
Schmidt V. (Germany). The Great Powers and the Jewish Colonization of Palestine. Nineteenth century;
Summaries and keywords of the published materials
A.V. Tyrsenko. France's Foreign Policy Plans during the Great French Revolution
In the article, including on the basis of unpublished material, foreign policy concept of French politicians and diplomats in days of the Great French Revolution are considered. Particular attention is paid to the views of L.A. Barnave, MMorainville, A.-B. Caillard.
Keywords: Great French Revolution, the foreign policy of France, Barnave, Morainville), A.-B. Caillard.
I.V. Ignatchenko. Charles X and the July Revolution of 1830
The article discusses the action of the Royal troops during the July revolution of 1830 in France, explores the reasons why Charles X lost the French crown and was forced to pass the throne to a more liberal Prince of the house of Orleans Louis-Philippe.
Keywords: the July monarchy, Charles X, Louis=Philippe, Marmont, Mortemart.
L.N. Brovko. Nazism and Religion
The article examines the National Socialist orientation of German theology and religious practice, defined the phenomenon of Nazi religiosity. The author comes to the reasonable conclusion that the religion of National Socialism is very entangled, philosophical justification are compilation and eclectic (here are paganism and "positive", pseudo-Christianity and the occult). Nazi pseudo-religion, which was based on the myth of the purity of the Aryan race and blood and neo-paganism, is fundamentally contrary to the universal philosophical foundations of Christianity.
Keywords: Nazism, pseudo-religion, occult religion, the "new paganism", "Aryan Christianity".
E.N. Glazunova. "Enmity, But Not Open": the US Interference in the Internal Affairs of Chile (1970 — 1973)
In the article on the basis of new archival materials and literature the issue of the US involvement in the preparation and implementation of the coup in Chile is considered.
Keywords: US-Chilean conflict, Richard Nixon, Salvador Allende, A. Pinochet.
J. Puchsek Farras. (Spain). Historiographical Myth "The Kremlin in Barcelona": the Role of the Soviet Consulate during the Spanish Civil War
The article considers activities of the Soviet Consulate General in Barcelona during the Spanish Civil War in 1936-1939, and debunks after the myth of the "Spanish gold" the myth of "the Kremlin in Barcelona."
Keywords: "Spanish gold", "the Kremlin in Barcelona", I. Goma, VA Antonov-Avseenko.
S.V. Kretinin. Resettlement of Ethnic Germans from Bessarabia and Northern Bukovina to Germany in 1940-1941. On materials of the Russian archives
On the basis of the Russian archives documents - the Foreign Policy Archives of the Russian Federation and the Russian State Archive of Socio-Political History is made an attempt of the comprehensive analysis of the history of mass migration of ethnic Germans from Bessarabia and North Bukovina territories in 1940-1941.
Keywords: Bessarabia and Northern Bukovina of 1940-1941. History of forced migration, resettlement policy of the Third Reich, "Reichsdeutsche" and "Volksdeutsche".
A.L. Yemelyanov. Socialist Orientation in the Countries of Africa: Historical Experience
The article deals with socialist orientation and African socialism as a stage of political and economic development of the Black Continent.
Keywords: socialist orientation, African socialism ujamaa, Zambian humanism.
S.E. Paulson. (USA). The American Diplomats about Life in St. Petersburg in the XIX Century
This article examines memoirs, diaries, and letters of American diplomats who resided in the XIX century St. Petersburg, and comes to the conclusion that they constitute a valuable source of information about the Tsar’s court, daily life, and traditions of the imperial capital.
Keywords: Louisa Adams, St. Petersburg, XIX century, Catherine Breckenridge, Arthur Bagby
E.L. Agafonova. The Minister of Foreign Affairs E. van Kleffens and His Role in the Establishment of Diplomatic Relations between the USSR and the Netherlands
The article tells about the life and activities of the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands E. van Kleffens. Particular attention is given to his role in the establishment of diplomatic relations between the USSR and the Netherlands in 1942.
Keywords: E. van Kleffens, Soviet=Dutch relations, World War II
M.V. Gurina. Canadian Fund of the Help to Russia and Supply to the USSR in Days of the Great Patriotic War
On the basis of materials of archive of Russian foreign policy the article considers the activities of the Canadian fund of the help to Russia in the war and its role in providing supplies to the Soviet Union. The roles of the government of Canada, its firms, the press, the population, Russian, Ukrainian and other diasporas in the country in activities of fund is shown.
Keywords: Canadian fund of the help to Russia, supply to the USSR, Great Patriotic War, World War II
K.A. Gorbacheva. Russian Ecclesiastical Mission in Beijing in 1920-1930.
The goal of this article is to examine the history of the Russian ecclesiastical mission in Beijing in 1920-1930 - the most complicated period of its existence. How the mission was able to survive in these conditions and continued to carry out its main purpose – the missionary activity – discussed in this work.
Keywords: Russian ecclesiastical mission in Beijing, Russian Orthodox Church, the Russian emigration.
T. V. Andreyeva, M. N. Rumynskaya. In memory of Boris Vasilievich Ananich
The material is devoted to the Academic council (March, 2016) at the St. Petersburg institute of history of RAS at which was reminisced recently deceased B. V. Ananich in connection with his 85 anniversary.
Keywords: B. V. Ananich, Leningrad branch of Institute of the history USSR of Academy of Sciences of the USSR, St. Petersburg institute of history of RAS.
E.S. Dabaghyan. Creative Career of the Russian historian M.S. Alperovich (1918-2015)
The article is devoted to the memory of outstanding domestic historian Moisey Samuilovich Alperovich.
Keywords: M.S. Alperovich, Francisco de Miranda, Institute of History of the USSR.
A.A. Vershinin. Aristide Briand. The Political Portrait of the French Statesman and Diplomat
The article considers the career of Aristide Briand - French politician of the Third Republic of France, repeatedly Prime Minister of France, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Minister of Internal Affairs, Minister of War and the Minister of Justice, a co-laureate of the 1926 Nobel Peace Prize (together with Gustav Stresemann) for the Locarno Treaties, guaranteeing the post-war borders in Western Europe.
Keywords: Versailles system, the Third Republic, the Locarno Agreement, Briand Pact - Kellogg, Clemenceau, Briand, Jaures.
A.S. Kaplya. Eva Joly in the Fight for "Fair Structure of the World and Ecological Safety"
This article is devoted to the analysis of the biographie of the participant of the presidential election campaign of 2012 from the party "Europe. Ecology - the Greens" Eva Joly: her life, opinions, professional and political activity.
Keywords: Eva Joly, election campaign 2012, еру greens, ecology.
S.M. Gavrilova. Russian=Italian Relations on a Boundary of the XX - XXI Centuries
The author examines in detail all aspects of relations between the two countries on a boundary of the centuries.
Keywords: Russia, Italy, VV Putin, Berlusconi, M. Renzi.
A.S. Medyakov. "To Remember the Great Person By". Bismarck on the German Post Card at the Turn of the XIX-XX Centuries
The author tells about the formation and propagation of the myth and cult of Bismarck in Germany at the turn of the XX - XX centuries by postcards with the image of the "Iron Chancellor".
Keywords: Prince Bismarck, postcard, Friedrichsruh, Schönhausen.
N.F. Shestakova. (Yekaterinburg). "Madoc's Fever", or Dream of the Welsh America
The article considers attempts to prove the discovery of North America, in the Middle Ages by Welshmen, in particular Prince Madoc. Evolution of this story and its connection with studying of life of North American Indians is shown.
Keywords: discovery of America, prince Madoc, Wales.
E.E. Ibraev. (Kazakhstan). The Image of the Hero of the Empire in the British Cinema
The article deals with the transformation of the cinematographic image of the hero of the British Empire and its impact on the public consciousness.
Keywords: the British Empire, the UK film industry, Alexander Korda, David Lean, "Livingstone".
V. Schmidt. The Great Powers and the Jewish Colonization of Palestine. Nineteenth century
Throughout the second half of the nineteenth century various Zionist organizations have tried to create Jewish agricultural settlements in Palestine. To carry out their plans, they were forced to turn to the governments of the great powers, and they, in turn, sought to derive their benefits.
Keywords: Palestine, "Hovevei Zion ", L. Oliphant, M. Hess.