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S. A. Chukut, N. M. Dragomyretska, M. I. Mykhailutsa Establishing of modern Ukrainian Scientific Thought on the Development of e-GovernANCE in Ukraine: the Interdisciplinary Aspect

DOI: 10.20535/2307-5244.51.2020.220187 Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute Odesa Regional Institute of Public Administration National Academy of Public Administration under the President of Ukraine Odesa National Maritime University The scientific research on the phenomenon of e-governance in different areas of science … Continue reading

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V. Z. Ukhach Ukrainian Liberation Movement as a Scientific Studies Direction in the Period of 1987–1997: Historiographical Discourse

DOI: 10.20535/2307-5244.51.2020.220186 Ternopil National Economic University The aim of this research is to analyze the evolution of the Ukrainian liberation movement as the area of scientific studies explored in the works of modern national historians published in the first half … Continue reading

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Т. Anistratenko Soviet Interpretations of the Truman Doctrine of 1947

DOI: 10.20535/2307-5244.51.2020.220185 Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv The Truman Doctrine, proclaimed on March 12, 1947, was immediately interpreted by the Soviets as a hostile act against the Soviet Union. The Tuman Doctrine has completely altered the relations between Washington … Continue reading

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D. Viedienieev, S. Seheda Provision of Secrecy in the Activities of Ukrainian Nationalist Underground Organizations in Western Ukraine (1945 — mid-1950’s)

DOI: 10.20535/2307-5244.51.2020.220184 National Academy of Culture and Arts Management National Defence University of Ukraine named after Ivan Cherniakhovskiy Based on the previously underresearched documents the article highlights the principles and organizational mechanisms for ensuring of service secrecy among the partisan … Continue reading

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M. Voronina, O. Labur Pitfalls of Bolshevik / Soviet Ideologization in Womanhood of Oleksandrivskyi County (Zaporizhzhia) in the 1900–1920s.

DOI: 10.20535/2307-5244.51.2020.220183 H.S. Skovoroda Kharkiv National Pedagogical University Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute In this article, the authors juxtapose the attempts to «create» the national construct of average Ukrainian man and woman with the gender/mental peculiarities of various regions of … Continue reading

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І. Kravchenko «What Museum Does Kyiv Need?» (Discussions about the Concept of Creating the First Public Museum in Kyiv)

DOI: 10.20535/2307-5244.51.2020.220182 Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv This article is devoted to the discussions regarding the concept of the creation of the Kyiv Art-Industrial and Science Museum at the turn XIX — XX centuries. Based on the analysis of … Continue reading

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N. Petrenko Adult Primary Education Teachers of Sumy Region of the 1920’s — Early 1930’s: Prosopographic Portrait

DOI: 10.20535/2307-5244.51.2020.220181 Oleksandr Dovzhenko Hlukhiv National Pedagogical University The author of the article, based on the scientific literature and documents of the State Archives of Sumy region, created a collective portrait of a teacher of the 20’s — early 30’s … Continue reading

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I. Lebedeva, O. Komova The Mood of the Command Staff of the UPR Army Against the Background of the Political Crisis in the Spring of 1918

DOI: 10.20535/2307-5244.51.2020.220180 Kyiv National Linguistic University The article examines the political sympathies of the army command staff of the Ukrainian People’s Republic under the Central Rada on the eve of the Hetman’s coup and shows the connection between the sentiments … Continue reading

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Yu. Teliachyi, V. Adamskyi, B. Kryshchuk Development of Education in the Context of the Activity of Society «Prosvita» in Podillia Region (Early Twentieth Century)

DOI: 10.20535/2307-5244.51.2020.220179 State Service of Education Quality of Ukraine Khmelnytskyi Humanitarian-Pedagogical Academy The purpose of the study is to analyze the activities of the society «Prosvita» in Podillia within the context of the education system of the early XX century. … Continue reading

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O. Nikolaienko The Establishment of the System of Protection of Motherhood and Childhood in Kharkiv in Early 20th Cent.

DOI: 10.20535/2307-5244.51.2020.220178 Kharkiv national pedagogical university G. S. Skovorody At the beginning of the ХХ сentury, one of the social problems of the Russian Empire was the high child mortality rate. In order to prevent it, community activists and doctors … Continue reading

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I. Shandra Representation of the Interests of Agrarian Capital in the Russian Empire (the Second Half of the 19th — the Early 20th Cent.)

DOI: 10.20535/2307-5244.51.2020.220177 Kharkiv State Academy of Culture The rapid development of the economy of the post-reform Russian Empire caused the emergence of a new social phenomenon — the representation of economic interests in the form of various kinds of business … Continue reading

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V. Tomazov Greek Clan of Avgerino in Tahanroh (Late 18th — Early 20th Cent.)

DOI: 10.20535/2307-5244.51.2020.220176 Institute of History of Ukraine of the NAS of Ukraine The south of Ukraine at the end of XVIII — beginning of XIX century becomes one of the most important world trade centers of agricultural products. One of … Continue reading

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N. Stokolos, R. Sheretyuk Botanical Gardens of the Roman Catholic Order of Piarists, as a Component of the Cultural and Artistic Space of Volyn (18th — the 1st Third of the 19th Cent.)

DOI: 10.20535/2307-5244.51.2020.220175 National University of Ostroh Academy Rivne State University of Humanities The purpose of the study is to clarify the circumstances of the existence of school botanical gardens of the Roman Catholic Order of Piarists, which functioned in Volyn … Continue reading

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L. Vynohrodska, I. Potekhina, Yu. Dolzhenko Formation of the Socio-Spatial and Anthropological Structure of Vinnytsia According to Archaeological (the 13–16th Cent.) and Anthropological (the 18–19th Cent.) Materials

DOI: 10.20535/2307-5244.51.2020.220174 Recently, the interest of national science in studying the urbanization process of Ukrainian cities in the Lithuanian-Polish period has growing. This process took place in the complex conditions of constant attacks from the southern neighbors. This is especially … Continue reading

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V. Shcherbak Role of Cossacs in the Establishment of the Ethnic Consciousness of the Ukrainians (Second Half of 16th — Middle of 17th Cent.)

DOI: 10.20535/2307-5244.51.2020.220173 Ethnic consciousness involves a system of views and ideas of the people regarding themselves, based on the commonality of language, culture, and historical fate and manifested through interaction with other peoples. This progress is more clearly can be … Continue reading

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O. Mashevskyi, O. Sukhobokova Becoming a modernist Indian elite. A review of monograph by Yulia Fil «Hindu Westernized Elites of North India (1858–1921). — K., 2018»

DOI: 10.20535/2307-5244.50.2020.210159 Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv 50_22_Mashevskyi.pdf

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N. Semerhei The Ukrainian National and Cultural Revival of the Second Half of XIX — Early XX Centuries: Concept, Methodology and Method of Historiographical Research

DOI: 10.20535/2307-5244.50.2020.210158 Ukrainian Medical Stomatological Academy The need for innovative approaches within modern socio-humanitarian cognition drives the development of Ukrainian historiographicy towards the finding of optimal methodological strategies, the ideological, epistemological and methodological potential of which would allow modern historiography … Continue reading

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V. Kuryliak Reactions of the Seventh-day Adventist Church Towards Euromaidan

DOI: 10.20535/2307-5244.50.2020.210156 The National University of Ostroh Academy The article analyzes the attitude of the Seventh-day Adventist Church to the state and politics. The concepts of pacifism, ways of cooperation and social Adventist position in the context of state-church relations … Continue reading

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V. A. Kakhnovich, G. I. Goncharuk The Holodomor of the 1930s in Modern Belarusian Historiography in the Context of Modernization of Society

DOI: 10.20535/2307-5244.50.2020.210155 Belarussian State University, Minsk city Odesa National Polytechnic University The article addresses the reflection of Holodomor of the 1930s on the territory of Belarus in contemporary historical studies and in modern opinion journalism. The general conclusions about the … Continue reading

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V. V. Soloshenko Auction Trade in Art Objects with a Burdensome Past in 1945–2020: Unexplored Aspects

DOI: 10.20535/2307-5244.50.2020.210154 The State Institution «Institute of World History of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine» The article presents the research of trade in art objects with a burdensome past which increased during 1945-2020. The author hypothesizes that international … Continue reading

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T. Perga, I. Perga National-Patriotic Education of Plast in 1950’s — 1970’s: Case Study of Australia

DOI: 10.20535/2307-5244.50.2020.210153 State Institution «Institute of World History of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine» Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute The article explores the principles and main directions of national-patriotic education of Plast in Australia. The main factors of … Continue reading

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L. Yepik, Е. Semeshin Struggle Against Bourgeois Nationalism and Cosmopolitanism in the Universities of the USSR in the Post-war Period (1945–1953)

DOI: 10.20535/2307-5244.50.2020.210146 Sumy State Pedagogical University named after A.S. Makarenko The authors of the article investigate political campaigns in the USSR in the post-war period, as a reaction to the beginning of the Cold War, and their peculiarities within the … Continue reading

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A. Tron-Radomska Activities of Ukrainian Educational Societies in the General Government (1940–1944)

DOI: 10.20535/2307-5244.50.2020.210145 Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv In this article, the principles of functioning of the Ukrainian Educational Societies (UOT), which became alternative cultural and educational associations in the General Government, are clarified on the basis of archival materials. … Continue reading

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O. Salata, І. Tarnavskyy The Theatrical Collectives Activities Under the Nazi Occupation of 1941–1943: ideas and realities (According to the Ukrainian Reality magazine)

DOI: 10.20535/2307-5244.50.2020.210144 Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University National Technical University of Ukraine «Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute» The purpose of the study is to analyze the activities of theatre groups in the Ukrainian occupied territory on the basis of the emigration … Continue reading

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Sh. Ramazanov, F. Levitas Directive № 21 — Operation Barbarossa: The Attempt of Historical Reconsideration

DOI: 10.20535/2307-5244.50.2020.210143 National Technical University of Ukraine «Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute» Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University The start of the Soviet-German war in historical reflections continues to be a topical and a debating issue. The day of June 22nd,1941 fundamentally … Continue reading

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L. Vovchuk, I. Habro, O. Trygub «The Chief Soviet Analyst» of the Third Reich: Andor Hencke — German Consul in the Ukrainian SSR

DOI: 10.20535/2307-5244.50.2020.210142 Petro Mohyla Black Sea National University (Mykolaiv) Since the resumption of Soviet-German diplomatic relations and the start of German consular institutions functioning in the USSR, in particular, in Ukraine, one of the important areas of their representatives’ diplomatic … Continue reading

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О. Bon Bernard Kratko and Zhosefina Dindo Artists between the Soviet Totalitarianism Millstones

DOI: 10.20535/2307-5244.50.2020.210128 Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University The artists and their freedom of creativity are the subjects of interest for historians, particularly in the framework of the research on totalitarianism in XX cent. Multiple political, economic, ideological changes influenced the art, … Continue reading

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L. R. Ignatova, H. M. Kostromina, A. A. Melnychenko Class Cleansing of Students at the Kyiv Polytechnic Institute in the Late 1920’s.

DOI: 10.20535/2307-5244.50.2020.210127 The article elaborates on the phenomenon of class cleansing, which took place among the students of Kyiv Polytechnic Institute in the late 1920s. When enrolling in higher educational institutions, the Soviet government carried out a careful selection of … Continue reading

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L. Rudnytska The Activity of «Vitrum» Industrial Trading House in Rokytne Urban Village in the 1920–1930s of the XX century

DOI: 10.20535/2307-5244.50.2020.210125 Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University The article explores the history of the Rokytne Glass Factory in the 20-30s of the XX century. This factory owned by «Vitrum» Industrial Trading House and was one of the most successful enterprises of … Continue reading

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N. Zalietok, O. Hurzhii, N. Buglay Winston Churchill and the Suffrage Movement

DOI: 10.20535/2307-5244.50.2020.210124 Ukrainian Research Institute of Archival Affairs and Records Keeping (Kyiv) Institute of History of Ukraine NAS of Ukraine (Kyiv) V. O. Sukhomlynskyi Mykolaiv National University (Mykolaiv) In the professional literature and reference books, one can find the statement that W. … Continue reading

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