Historical Review

Historical Review

 

a nonperiodical collection that was published by the historical society of St. Petersburg University from 1890 to 1916. Twenty-one volumes were published, under the editorship of N. I. Kareev. The publication contained studies on Russian and world history, reports on the activity of scholarly institutions, reviews, and individual historical sources. Contributors included A. S. Lappo-Danilevskii, V. I. Semevskii, A. E. Presniakov, and other representatives of a bourgeois-liberal and somewhat Narodnik (Populist) tendency in historical science. A bibliographical index to the entire publication is in the 20th volume.

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This impressive group of experts shows how complex and demanding this field of medicine is, with a note that Dr Zivko Gnjidic and Professor Biserka Belicza from Department of History of Medical Sciences, Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts wrote the chapter entitled Pregled povijesnih zbivanja u podrucju dijagnostike i lijecenja tumora hipofize (Historical Review of Diagnosis and Treatment of Pituitary Tumors), in which they present data on the history of treatment of pituitary tumors in our Hospital, as reported in the Historical Review in this issue.
Using a hybrid theoretical framework, the book argues that the representation of Africa has been mainly about imagining virtuous Britishness rather than generating detailed understandings of Africa, developed through a historical review of 200 years of Africa campaigning.
In the process of providing a detailed biography of King John's life and times, Morris achieves what few others can boast: a wide-ranging blend of biographical and historical review that ultimately lends further insights into the making of Magna Carta and the reasons behind its enactment.
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This historical review of infant cleanser technology began with the first recorded manufacture of soap in ancient Babylon; the ancients combined animal fats with lye to create an effective but relatively harsh cleanser that eventually gave way in the late 19th century to higher-quality cleansers.
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