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Propaganda in the World and Local Conflicts

Number 6 (2), 2019

  • 43-49
    The History of Military Propaganda: The Horizons of Related Research in the 21stсentury
    Authors: Goran Rajovic
    Number of views: 196
  • 50-54
    Describing the Enemy: Images of the Turks and Tatars in “Dzieie tvreckie y utarczki kozackie z tatary” by Marcin Paszkowski
    Authors: Volodymyr Pylypenko
    Number of views: 237
  • 55-66
    Military Propaganda in the Russian Navy in the Period 1914–1915
    Authors: Dmitry V.Liventsev
    Number of views: 191
  • 67-76
    Foreign Units in the Russian Army during World War I. Formation of Armenian Vigilante Units in the Caucasian Front
    Authors: Mikhail N. Kirilov
    Number of views: 224
  • 77-82
    The Influence of the Legal Press on National-Cultural Life in Chernihivshchyna during the Period of German Occupation (1941–1943)
    Authors: Oleksandra Kirichenko
    Number of views: 246

Number 6 (1), 2019

  • 3-7
    Provoking a War: Polish Fake Documents in Warsaw’s 17th century Eastern Policy
    Authors: Volodymyr Pylypenko
    Number of views: 202
  • 8-18
    At the Origins of Don Military Propaganda: the Creative Activity of I.S. Ul'yanov at the Time of the Crimean War
    Authors: Artem Yu. Peretyatko
    Number of views: 204
  • 19-24
    “How Our Fleet is Different from the Bourgeois One”or Distinctive Characteristics of Propaganda in the Workers’ and Peasants’ Red Fleet in the mid-1920s
    Authors: Dmitry V. Liventsev
    Number of views: 220
  • 25-32
    The Political-Information Component in the 1994–1996 Chechen Military-Political Conflict
    Authors: Vladimir P. Trut
    Number of views: 216
  • 33-40
    Hybrid Tools for Proxy Warfare
    Authors: Andrii Е. Lebid
    Number of views: 213

Number 5 (2), 2018

  • 39-48
    “Look, the British and the French”: a Little about the Don Literary Propaganda during the Crimean War
    Authors: Artyom Y. Peretyatko
    Number of views: 349
  • 49-54
    “The Image of the Enemy” in the Russian Empire during the Great War
    Authors: Vladislav A. Parkhomenko
    Number of views: 352
  • 55-64
    Propaganda as a Tool of “Non-Lethal Warfare” (on the Example of British and German Propaganda during the Period of World War I)
    Authors: Andrii Е. Lebid
    Number of views: 418
  • 65-71
    Military Propaganda in the Baltic Fleet during the Soviet-Finnish War of 1939–1940
    Authors: Dmitry V. Liventsev
    Number of views: 400
  • 72-80
    Formation and Combat Use of Russian Anti-Soviet Military Units as an Integral Part of German Propaganda during World War II
    Authors: Ia Shiukashvili
    Number of views: 415
  • 81-93
    The Manifestations of Soviet Propaganda and Separatism in North-Eastern Slovakiaat the turn of 1944–1945 in the Context of the Annexation of Subcarpathian Ruthenia (Transcarpathian Ukraine) to the USSR
    Authors: Michal Šmigel
    Number of views: 436
  • 94-99
    Sound Broadcasting as a Source of Military Propaganda
    Authors: Vladimir B. Karataev
    Number of views: 395

Number 5 (1), 2018

  • 3-8
    War Propaganda on the Revolutionary Navy in October 1917 – February 1918
    Authors: Dmitry V.Liventsev
    Number of views: 323
  • 9-16
    Agitation in Extermination Battalions during the Great Patriotic War as a Means of Political Training (as Illustrated by the Example of Sochi City)
    Authors: Konstantin V. Taran
    Number of views: 366
  • 17-25
    German Propaganda as an Aiding Factor for the Voluntary Recruitment of “Eastern Workers” in the Third Reich
    Authors: Nataliia A. Garazha
    Number of views: 339
  • 26-31
    Mediatization of the Topic of Human Victims of the Occupation in the Soviet Newspaper Periodicals of 1943 (on the Example of Photographic Materials)
    Authors: Irina G. Tazhidinova
    Number of views: 350
  • 32-36
    “Soldier’sGreetings” Lubok Print asaHistoricalSourceofthePeriod of theRusso-JapaneseWar
    Authors: Sergey I. Degtyarev
    Number of views: 335

Number 4 (2), 2017

  • 89-95
    Documentary Photography in the Don Periodical Press as an Element of Propaganda DuringWorld War I: the «Image of the Enemy»Visualization Features
    Authors: Maria V. Bratolyubova
    Number of views: 344
  • 96-102
    The Military and the Revolutionary Propaganda in the Russian Navy in the Period of Activities of the Provisional Government (February – October 1917)
    Authors: Dmitry V.Liventsev
    Number of views: 380
  • 103-109
    Russian Liberation Army duringWorld War II:Promotional ActivitiesOutcome
    Authors: Anvar M. Mamadaliev
    Number of views: 514
  • 110-116
    Krasnodar Open Trials of the 1960s: Mediatization of the Topic of Punishment forWar Crimes in the Context of the Foreign Policy of the USSR
    Authors: Irina G. Tazhidinova
    Number of views: 430
  • 117-123
    The Flagship of the Soviet Political Agitation Squadron
    Authors: Yuri F. Katorin
    Number of views: 662
  • 124-127
    Military Agitation Campaign on the Territory of Carpatho-Ukraine in 1945
    Authors: Anton Sebyshev
    Number of views: 373

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