Istoricheskii Arkhiv

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Istoricheskii Arkhiv

 

(Historical Archive). (1) An irregularly issued collection of documentary publications on the history of pre-revolutionary Russia. Ten issues were published by the Institute of History of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR from 1936 to 1954. The editors in chief of Istoricheskii arkhiv were B.D. Grekov (1936–53) and A.A. Novosel’skii (1954).

(2) A scholarly journal published by the Institute of History of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR, with the participation of the Institute of Marxism-Leninism of the Central Committee of the CPSU and the Central Archival Administration of the Council of Ministers of the USSR. The journal was published in Moscow six times a year from 1955 to 1962. Istoricheskii arkhiv published documentary materials on the history of the USSR of the pre-revolutionary and Soviet periods; materials on the CPSU and the international workers’ movement; articles on the study of sources, archival materials, and early texts; and critical and bibliographical materials. It also published information on scholarly conferences and a chronicle of foreign archival affairs. The editors in chief of the journal were V.I. Shunkov (1955–60) and D.A. Chugaev (1960–62).

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However, it is interesting that in the 1882 account Zatorskis' name is not found among the owners of Kaunas studios, while the names of the brothers Juozapas Leonas Jaroslavas and Eduardas Bzozovskises are indicated (the 30 November 1882 account of Kaunas' governor of printing houses, lithographic shops and photographic studios in Kaunas gubernia; submitted to the Supreme Board of Printing; Rossiiskii Gosudarstvennyi Istoricheskii Arkhiv (St Petersburg) (henceforth RGIA), f.
Similarly, a measure of 1758 provided for 119 retired soldiers, non-commissioned officers, and corporals to be sent to poorhouses (Tsentral'nyi Gosudarstvennyi istoricheskii arkhiv goroda Moskvy, f.
Solov'ev, "Iz istorii russko-tailandskikh otnishenii, Istoricheskii Arkhiv 6 (1967): 111-30, "Otnoshenia mezhdu Rossiei i Birmoi v 19 v.", Sovetskoe Vostokovedenie 4 (1956): 126-34; and Iu Alyoshin, Sovetsko-lndoneziiskie otnoshenie (Moscow, 1963).
Petersburg Medical-Police Committee regarding the surveillance of women who were not yet under medical-police supervision: Tsentral'nyi gosudarstvennyi istoricheskii arkhiv Sankt-Peterburga (TsGIASPb) f.
(74.) Rossiiskii gosudarstvennyi istoricheskii arkhiv [Russian State Historical Archive, St.
(23) Our findings are based on archival records from the Gosudarstvennyi istoricheskii arkhiv Sakhalinskoi oblasti (GIASO) and Nauchnyi arkhiv Sakhalinskogo oblastnogo kraevedcheskogo muzeia (NA SOKM), Soviet newspapers and publications, and oral history interviews with Soviet resettlers.
(23.) Rossiiskii gosudarstvennyi istoricheskii arkhiv Dal'nego Vostoka [from here: RGIA DV], f.
Buganov, ed., "Dokumenty o srazhenii pri Molodiakh v 1572," Istoricheskii arkhiv 4, 1 (1959): 169-74, here 172.
For examples of complaints against family members pursuing converts, see "Perepiska s raznymi litsami o kreshchenii ikh v pravoslavnuiu veru," 1867-79, (Tsentral 'nyi gosudarstvennyi istoricheskii arkhiv Sankt-Peterburga [TsGIA SPb] f.
Baklanova, "Tetradi startsa Avraamiia," Istoricheskii arkhiv 6 (1951): 145-46; N.