Жизнь переселенцев: жилищный вопрос и производство на карельском перешейке, 1944–1950-е годы
The article deals with the state of the housing stock for the restoration and development of
enterprises in the Soviet-annexed Finnish territory after the great Patriotic war. The impact of the
condition of housing stock and levels of housing in the provision of business and employment
are described. The measures on restoration of housing, construction of new houses, and on
improvement of living conditions of workers realized by the enterprises are considered.
The article describes the transformation processes in Central and Eastern Europe between 1985 and 2015 and the prospects of further societal development resulting from them.
The book examines two main topics related to the culture of the Spanish Republican exile in the Soviet Union: cultural centers of Spaniards in the USSR and the participation of Spanish exilées in Soviet cultural projects such as the review 'La Literatura Internacional' (later, Literatura Soviética) and the Spanish department of the publishing house Progress, in the period from 1937 until the 70ties. It's the first general study of the culture of the Spanish community in the Soviet Union based on the documents from the Spanish and Russian archives, news papers and journals, and testimonies of the Spanish exilées in the USSR.
In the work A. F. Izmailov “In the forests of Lithuania. 1945–1956” on the basis of personal observations, recollections, archive documents are revealed events in Lithuania on the eve of World War II, in its course, in the postwar period, during our days.
In this article, the author examines the social status of a relatively small group of people of Koreans, residing in the territory of the North Caucasus. The author concludes that in the period trom 1937 to 1990-ies Soviet Koreans actively participated in the Soviet state buildiing and along with all the peoples of the USSR held a social gathering place in the community.
The paper deals with the problem of Soviet-Finnish scientific-technical cooperation in the mid-1950s - mid-1960s as well as the role of specialists who worked in the "new Soviet area" of the Karelian Peninsula and Ladoga Karelia which became a part of the USSR after the Soviet-Finnish war in 1941-1944. The article examies the mechanisms of cooperation between the states as well as it effects on enterprises of the former Finnish territory.
International art criticism. Review of the exhibition "Special Fund, 1937-1939," National Art Museum of Ukraine, Kiev.