No 2 (2010)


Editors note

Tsvyk V.A.
RUDN Journal of World History. 2010;(2):5-6
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Some aspects of cooperation between Japan and Germany during World War II

Mileev D.A.


The article deals with relations between Germany and Japan during World War 2 in the political, military and economic areas.
RUDN Journal of World History. 2010;(2):7-26
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Lord Mountbatten - the last viceroy of British India (An attempt of reconstruction of transition period from the British Empire into the New Commonwealth of Nations)

Zabolotny V.M.


After the WWII the British Empire suffered a crucial period of time. The national-liberation movement undermined the political rule of England in British India and put forward a lot of great political figures. Among them was lord Mountbatten - a legendary commander in the British Navy, a skillful political negotiator, and the last Viceroy of British India, negotiating Indias independence from Britain, partition of the country, and later met a tragic death when his boat was bombed by the IRA.
RUDN Journal of World History. 2010;(2):27-44
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An introduction to the Freemasonry history

Encinas Moral A.L.


This is a historical work about the Freemasonry history, the origins of speculative masonry, the actuality in Western Europe and more detailed and concreted in the history of Spain until the actual times.
RUDN Journal of World History. 2010;(2):45-62
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Development of Spanish journalism before and after adoption of the Decree on the Liberty of the Press of 1810

Boldyreva I.B.


The article examines the Decree on the Liberty of the Press of the Cadiz Cortes of 1810, the historical significance of this normative act and its influence on the development of Spanish journalism during War and Revolution against Napoleon's occupation.
RUDN Journal of World History. 2010;(2):63-77
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Ismailism in the Post-Soviet Pamirs

Khydoyorov M.M.


The article examines the process of a rebirth of ismailism in Gorno-Badakhshan republic of Tajikistan after disintegration of the Soviet Union. Literacy, medical help, possibly instruction in various crafts or even good technical education which may enable the younger generations to attain much higher standard of living, and the Ismailis of Badakhshan may quickly develop into a prosperous community.
RUDN Journal of World History. 2010;(2):78-85
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Our Outstanding Scholars: Professor Evgeniy Alexandrovitch Larin

Galibina E.S.
RUDN Journal of World History. 2010;(2):86-93
pages 86-93 views
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RUDN Journal of World History. 2010;(2):97-97
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