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«History and Historians in the Context of the Time» – international bilingual scientific Journal.

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Issued from 2003.

1 March 31, 2017

Articles and Statements

1. Artyom Y. Peretyatko
The Importance of “Thoughts on Being Profitable for the State in the Financial Relation of the System of Contributing Irregular Troops by Special Population Groups, Enjoying for this Military Service Exemptions and Privileges” of N.I. Krasnov in the Legac

History and Historians in the Context of the Time, 2017, 15(1): 4-22.
DOI: 10.13187/hhct.2017.1.4CrossRef

The article is devoted to the manuscript of the well-known Cossacks statistics N.I. Krasnov which is currently published only in part and stored in Russian state military and historical archive. The author analyzes the history of its creation and some of the features of the text. The article shows that “Thoughts on being profitable for the state in the financial relation of the system of contributing irregular troops by special population groups, enjoying for this military service exemptions and privileges” were the last attempt high "progressives" to persuade the Ministry of War to the demilitarization of the Cossacks. N.I. Krasnov thinks that Cossack troops economically inefficient institution even before writing this text, and in their study defended a similar view. Besides the result of the our study is the conclusion that this manuscript of N.I. Krasnov marked the beginning of the creative period of the author which was characterized by a diversity of subjects and a preference for small forms.

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2. A.M. Shamaev
Genesis the Specifics of the Islamization the North Caucasus

History and Historians in the Context of the Time, 2017, 15(1): 23-29.
DOI: 10.13187/hhct.2017.1.23CrossRef

The problem of the Genesis and subsequent development of Islam in a particular ethnically complex region, which is the North Caucasus, still remains unexplored. In Russian historical science in the Caucasus are wonderfully tenacious and almost not remeasured standards developed in the Soviet era, according to which Islam penetrates to the Caucasus very late (almost in the century XVIII), and this procedure is a rather negative for the people's culture, rather than a positive direction. Therefore, the author departs from the existing dies and considers the problem from the standpoint of objectivity, consistency and historicism. The chronological scope of the article is conventional and is motivated by the fact that the initial penetration of Islam in the North Caucasus dates back to the VII century, when the Arabs invaded Dagestan, the upper limit of work consists of century XIX, when fully completed, the adoption of this religion mountain peoples and Islam in its various sects firmly established in the North Caucasus. The author comes to the conclusion that the process of Islamisation of the mountain peoples of the North Caucasus region was due to the prevailing political situation in the region and outside it; the Islamic faith in the North Caucasus had never had their own roots, and was brought in from outside, alien conquerors; the degree of illisionist the mountain peoples was different: in the Eastern parts of the Caucasus (Chechnya, Ingushetia, Dagestan) Islam deeply penetrated into the consciousness of the people, in their behavioral norms than in Western (Kabarda, Cherkessia, Adygea).

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3. Ruslan A. Khachidogov
Problems of Development of Education of Muslims of Terek Region (second half of XIX – beginning of XX centuries)

History and Historians in the Context of the Time, 2017, 15(1): 30-36.
DOI: 10.13187/hhct.2017.1.30CrossRef

Education is one of the priority directions of the state policy of Russia. This fact demonstrates the increasing attention to the development of the education system, including the Muslim, which has a long and distinctive history. Therefore, the study of the socio-cultural role of education among Muslims in a large region of the Russian Empire and its development through the prism of the past is an urgent and overdue. In article on the basis of newly introduced archival sources examines the state of Muslim education in the Terek region in the second half of XIX – early XX centuries Proved that from the mid-nineteenth century saw the rapid growth of education among the Muslim peoples of the North Caucasus. The conclusions drawn are that in this period there was a quantitative and qualitative growth of educational institutions for Muslim children, however education needed significant adjustment due to the low number of educational institutions and lack of slender educational base.

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4. Hope O. Blejkh
Historical and Pedagogical Views of P.K. Uslar (To the 200th Anniversary of His Birth)

History and Historians in the Context of the Time, 2017, 15(1): 37-48.
DOI: 10.13187/hhct.2017.1.37CrossRef

The article on the basis of archival and documentary materials, many of which are introduced into scientific circulation for the first time examines the life and work of a talented Russian scientist, teacher and historian Petr Karlovich Uslar, whose jubilee was recently celebrated all across the country. The publication identifies the views of teacher on setting school of education at non-Russian peoples, the emphasis on making education accessible, the introduction in schools of bilingualism, mathematics, geography and history. Given the conclusions that Peter Karlovich, anticipating the time, revealed the production of teaching in national schools used these days. His research philosophy is the combinatorics of educational thought not only of the Caucasus, but throughout Russia. It is of great interest for modern education.

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5. Nugzar Ter-Oganov
Kurdistan and the "Kurdish Issue" in the "Oriental Policy" of Russia

History and Historians in the Context of the Time, 2017, 15(1): 49-60.
DOI: 10.13187/hhct.2017.1.49CrossRef

Since the two Moslem countries – Ottoman Turkey and Qajar Iran – had lost their wars to Russian empire, their adjacent provinces, especially Kurdistan became an object of keen interest of their northern neighbor. According to the calculations, made by the Russian political and military figures at the end of XIX – beginning of XX c., Kurdistan could play a role of the bridgehead in the future military campaigns. That is why close to the World War I, the Staff of the Caucasian military district had intensified his exploration of the Kurdistan region, meanwhile looking for a way how to resolve the so-called "Kurdish issue". As the best illustration of the Russian approach how the military circles looked at the problem of Kurdistan, and accordingly to the "Kurdish issue", could be considered "A Short Note on How to Rule over the Kurds, and regarding the Needs of the Russian Kurds" of the Russian Intelligence officer, Staff-Captain K.N. Smirnov. The note was composed by him at the very beginning of the WWI, on 14 December, 1914.

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