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EMINAK

Number 1 (17) / 1, 2017

  • 5-10
    Belgorod Kyiv: origin issue
    Authors: Nepomyaschykh Vitaly
    Number of views: 43
  • 15-22
    Gaining knowledge students from Ukraine in the Russian Imperial universities (40th years of XVIII cent. – 1764)
    Authors: Masliychuk Volodymyr
    Number of views: 45
  • 23-27
    The children in the population of Hetmanschyna in the XVIIIth century (historical-demographic aspects)
    Authors: Serdyuk Igor
    Number of views: 51
  • 28-33
    Life-cycle servants: characteristics of the concept and conformity realities of Hetmanschyna in the 60’s – 70’s XVIII century
    Authors: Bezsmertna Julia
    Number of views: 50
  • 34-39
    Symbols of Hetman Election and Ukrainian-Russian Relations in the 60-90s of XVII centuries
    Authors: Babkova Nadiya
    Number of views: 51
  • 40-46
    The achievement of cultural and educational work of the order of Piarists in Volyn (the end of XVII – first third XIX centuries)
    Authors: Sheretyuk Ruslana, Stokolos Nadija
    Number of views: 103
  • 47-54
    The development of light industry Odessa in the ХІХ century
    Authors: Ivanichenko Lilija
    Number of views: 58
  • 55-59
    The position of the clergy of the Roman Catholic and Orthodox churches of Kiev province on January Uprising in 1863-1864
    Authors: Iartsun Iuliia
    Number of views: 52
  • 60-64
    An origin and activity of Saint-Mykolayiv fraternity in Kremenec in the second half of XIX century
    Authors: Alioshyna Oksana
    Number of views: 45
  • 65-70
    Leisure and entertainment of the Kyiv intelligency in the second half of XIX – early XX century
    Authors: Byba Eugen
    Number of views: 54
  • 71-73
    The activity of Lviv Polytechnic student’s union ‘Osnova’ at the end of 19- at the beginnibg of 20th century
    Authors: Nagirnyak Andrii
    Number of views: 66
  • 74-79
    Cooperation problems of Mykhailo Hrushevskyi with the deputies of the First Duma
    Authors: Krot Volodymyr
    Number of views: 41
  • 80-85
    The latest «Zaporizhian Sich» in foreign land (creation of paramilitary structures in Ukrainian camp Rastatt in 1916)
    Authors: Sribnyak Ihor
    Number of views: 46
  • 86-90
    Combating Crime in Podillya Region during NEP
    Authors: Oliynyk Mykola
    Number of views: 45
  • 91-96
    Moral and professional level of the press as display value crisis in Soviet Ukraine in 1920-1930’s
    Authors: Tarapon Oksana
    Number of views: 47
  • 97-101
    Reformation of censorship control system over the publishing activity in Ukraine in 1930s
    Authors: Molotkina Valentyna
    Number of views: 49
  • 102-106
    Village clubs of Zhytomyr region in terms of the post-war time
    Authors: Yefymchuk Natalia
    Number of views: 45
  • 107-112
    The repressive policy of the authorities regarding the Union of Churches of Evangelical Christians-Baptists in the USSR for 60-80s of the ХХ century
    Authors: Lakhno Olexander
    Number of views: 46
  • 113-117
    Religious life of the Jews of Podillya in the second half of 1950s to the first half of 1980s
    Authors: Kononenko Valeriy
    Number of views: 47
  • 118-122
    The position press of Ukrainian national-democratic forces in the South of Ukraine (1989-1997)
    Authors: Kozhanov Andrew
    Number of views: 51
  • 123-129
    Cultural and educational activity of the PMU regional organizations in the South of Ukraine in the late of 1980s-1991
    Authors: Mihaylov Volodymyr
    Number of views: 55


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