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EVERYDAY LIFE OF INTERNEES IN KAZAN PROVINCE IN 1917
Mironova E.V.
Mugallima: Tatar women’s new social and professional role in the early 20th century
Gabdrafikova L.R.
Culinary Contests in Periodicals as Reflection of Russians’ Everyday Life in Conditions of Modern Economic Reforms
Popova O.D.
Purges of the soviet state apparatus as factor of everyday life in the 1920-1930s
Smirnova T.M.
«Please inquire into this letter and eliminate unilateral view on workers, otherwise I will be compelled to write to the Central Committee of our party»: letters to authorities in post-war years
Kimerling A.S.
«Equal Salary for Equal Work…»: Financial Position of Teachers in 1940−1950s (on Materials of Southern Urals)
Almaev R.Z.
«SOCIAL WORK - TO ALL TEACHERS...»: ON SOCIAL AND SPIRITUAL ROLE OF TEACHERS IN SOUTHERN URALS IN POST-WAR DECADES
Almaev R.Z.
Aircraft industry workers in evacuation: conditions of life of evacuated plants' workers in 1941-1945
Mukhin M.Y.
Political Education in Everyday Life of Lower Volga Region Citizens in 1930s
Tyurin A.O.
RUSSIAN FOREIGN HISTORICAL ARCHIVE IN PRAGUE: HISTORY OF FORMATION AND ACTIVITIES
Rodionova N.A.
EVERYDAY LIFE IN CAMPS FOR DISPLACED PERSONS IN GERMANY (ON PERSONAL MEMOIRS OF THEIR INHABITANTS)
Kotova T.A.
«Three bubenshiks, two transelists, two bunchuk»: Transformation of culture Everyday life of South Russia Cossack village in 1930s
Skorik A.P., Samsonenko T.A.
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