6, 2017

Contents

MODERN HISTORY.

Vinokourova M.V. English Manor of the 16th-18th Centuries: New Approaches to Old Problems;

Blumenau S.F. (Bryansk). Debates in the Constituent Assembly of France on the Issue of Elections during the Great French Revolution;

XXth CENTURY.

Magadeev I.E. The Eastern Front in 1917 and the Prospects of the Russian Army in the Assessments of the French Military Experts;

Narinsky M.M. Party of Radicals and Radical-Socialists in France after World War II;

Fomin A.M. Franco-Turkish Relations and the Syrian Question after Munich (September - December 1938);

Khachatryan K.H. Armenia in the Military-Industrial Complex of the USSR;

CURRENT HISTORY.

Glinkina S.P., Kulikova N.V. What Kind of Capitalism Has Developed in the Countries of Central and Eastern Europe;

RUSSIA AND THE WORLD.

Listikov S.V. American Diplomacy and the “Russian Theme” in the Armistice of Compiegne;

Kudryavtsev O.F. Russian Scribe Dmitry Gerasimov and His Story about His Country in the Interpretation of the Italian Humanist Paulus Jovius (1525);

METHODOLOGY, HISTORIOGRAPHY, SOURCE STUDY.

Cherkasov P.P. Intellectual Guide to Historical and Modern France;

HISTORIANS` PEN-POTRTAITS.

Kovalev M.V. (Saratov). A.V. Florovsky (1884 - 1968): Prague Life of the Odessa Professor;

DOCUMENTARY ESSAYS.

Issraelyan E.V. Kanadian Diplomacy of 1940s – 1950s: Personalities and Approaches;

Balezin A.S. Africans in Europe on the Eve and After the Colonial Division of the Black Continent (Based on Archival Materials and Memoirs of Africans);

MESSAGES.

Medyakov A.S. The Image of "Germany" on Postcards of the First World;

S.O. Buranok. US Accession to World War II: Reflection in Caricatures.

BOOK REVIEWS.

SCHOLARLY LIFE.


Summaries and keywords of the published materials

M.V. Vinokourova. English Manor of the 16th-18th Centuries: New Approaches to Old Problems

The article is devoted to the scrutiny of a number of insufficiently researched problems of Early Modern English manor. These are: annual rents dependence on market conjuncture and specificity of manorial custom, role of enclosures in the history of copyhold, peasantry and its role in the 17th century Civil Wars, correlation of the manor and Early Modern peasant community, manorial and common law in the life of English peasantry, everyday life in English manor and problems of historical memory, evolution of the 17th – 18th century leasehold and freehold, etc.

Keywords: agrarian history, historiography, manor, copyhold, leasehold, manorial custom, freehold, annual rent, history of law, fine of admission, market conjuncture, enclosures, everyday life.

S.F. Blumenau. (Bryansk). Debates in the Constituent Assembly of France on the Issue of Elections during the Great French Revolution

The article deals with disputes in the Constituent Assembly of France in 1789-1791 between the liberals who sought full freedom of election and re-election of deputies, and their opponents, headed by M. Robespierre, who insisted on the collective refusal of parliamentarians to nominate for a second term. The victory of the supporters of Robespierre contributed to the radicalization of the revolution.
Keywords: people's sovereignty, representative regime, re-election, Constitutional Committee.

I.E. Magadeev. The Eastern Front in 1917 and the Prospects of the Russian Army in the Assessments of the French Military Experts

East front in 1917 and prospects of the Russian army in estimates of the French military experts

Basing on the published and archival French military documents, this article explores how the strategic situation of the Eastern front was analyzed by the French military establishment. This research is aimed to develop the trend to integrate analysis of interior history of the Russian revolution with the international history of the First World War.

Keywords: First World War, Eastern Front, 1917, French military mission, Nivelle, Janin, Foch, Joffre, Pascal.

M.M. Narinsky. Party of Radicals and Radical-Socialists in France after World War II

The article examines the ideology and politics of the party of radicals and radical-socialists in France, in particular the basic program orientations of radicals and the main directions of their activities after the First World War.
Key words: Party of Radicals, political and social democracy, social reforms, national, people's, secular and social party, justice and social equality.

A.M. Fomin. Franco-Turkish Relations and the Syrian Question after Munich (September - December 1938)

The article based upon the personal archive of René Massigli - a French the Ambassador of France to Turkey deals with the connection between the French policy towards its mandated territories in the Middle East and its relations with Turkey after Munich crisis (September - December 1938)

Keywords: World War II, International relations, France, Turkey, Syria.

K.H. Khachatryan. Armenia in the Military-Industrial Complex of the USSR

The article, based on declassified archival documents, published collections of documents and materials, the scientific literature generally presents the problem of the participation of Soviet Armenia in the militarydefense activities of the Soviet Union, as well as the involvement of the branches of the militarydefense industry and science of the Republic by the militaryindustrial complex of the USSR.

Keywords: Soviet Armenia, USSR, defense industry, weapon, ammunition, science, aircraft engineering, electric machinery industry, tool engineering, electronics, electronic computer, automatic control system, anti-missile and anti-aircraft system.

S.P. Glinkina, N.V. Kulikova. What Kind of Capitalism Has Developed in the Countries of Central and Eastern Europe

Studying the results of post-socialist transformations makes it possible to draw an important conclusion that in the countries of Central and Eastern Europe is created a dependent capitalism. The article is devoted to analysis of the main features, the conditions for the formation and use of this type of capitalism.
Keywords: countries of Central-Eastern Europe, post-socialist transformations, models of capitalism, dependent market economy, economic patriotism.

S.V. Listikov. American Diplomacy and the “Russian Theme” in the Armistice of Compiegne

This article analyses the role of president W. Wilson’s diplomacy in the achievement of the Compiegne armistice, including the significance of this process for inter-allied discussions about crucial Russian Problem, that led to the conflict of opinions at the Paris Peace conference.

Keywords: American diplomacy, Woodrow Wilson, the Allies, Germany, the armistice of Compiegne, Bolshevism, the Russian problem.

OF. Kudryavtsev. Russian Scribe Dmitry Gerasimov and His Story about His Country in the Interpretation of the Italian Humanist Paulus Jovius (1525)

The article raises the question of what degree the Italian humanist Paulus Jovius, narrating of Moscow Russia, relied on the reports of a Russian scribe and grand-duchess envoy in Rome, Dmitry Gerasimov. The author considers other sources that Paulus Jovius probably used, as well as his characteristic techniques, thus presenting the information received about Russia in order to update the worldview of Renaissance humanism with their help.
Key words: Renaissance, humanism, the image of another, Moscow Russia/Moscovia, Paulus Jovius, Dmitry Gerasimov.

P.P. Cherkasov. Intellectual Guide to Historical and Modern France

The article gives an idea of France and the French, the historical past and the present state of this country, the people inhabiting it and their way of life. Particular attention is paid to the thoughts of V.P. Smirnov on the political culture, traditions and national character of the French, formed at the level of many centuries, as well as the examined national characteristics and national psychology of the French.

Keywords: D.M. Fonvizin, N.M. Karamzin, Great French revolution, A. Tyer, F. Gizo, Paul Painlevé, Gabriel Bonnot de Mably, Social contract, Astolphe-Louis-Léonor, Marquis de Custine, Edouard Herriot, Georges Jean Raymond Pompidou, de Gaulle, Dominique de Villepin.

M.V. Kovalev. (Saratov). A.V. Florovsky (1884 - 1968): Prague Life of the Odessa Professor

The article is devoted to the life and activity of A.V. Florovsky, a Russian historian, who emigrated to Czechoslovakia in the years of the revolution.
Keywords: A.V. Florovsky, Russian Abroad, Slavic Institute.

E.V. Issraelyan. Kanadian Diplomacy of 1940s 1950s: Personalities and Approaches

The article examines the role of the prominent Canadian diplomats of the 1940s 1950s in designing the postwar international order and Canadas foreign policy. Due to the efforts of L. Pearson, N. Robertson and H. Wrong, Canada asserted itself in the world as an independent actor and exercised influence on the international affairs.

Keywords: Canadian foreign policy, the United Nations, Lester Pearson; Norman Robertson ; Hume Wrong.

A.S. Balezin. Africans in Europe on the Eve and After the Colonial Division of the Black Continent (Based on Archival Materials and Memoirs of Africans)

In the article the author cites a number of little-known facts about the fate of Africans in Europe in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, based on archival sources found by him, and also on the publication of memoirs by Africans.
Keywords: Bugandians, Emily Ruete - Salme, the colonial policy of European powers in Africa, H. Mukasa, Germanic East Africa, Mt. Bacari.

A.S. Medyakov. The Image of "Germany" on Postcards of the First World War

The author tells about how the image of Germany changed on the postcards of the period of the First World War.

Keywords: German postcard, allegory "Germany", French Marianne.

S.O. Buranok. US Accession to World War II: Reflection in Caricatures

The article analyzes caricatures of Japan and the Japanese in the American press in December 1941, as well as the image of Uncle Sam - the US in the context of the onset of the Pacific War, which was sometimes critical.

Keywords: the American press, the war in the Pacific, the image of the "other."