Herald of Europe. G. 37 1902, vol. 2, [kn. 3/4, March / April]

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Herald of Europe. - G. 1 1866 (March 9) - G. 53 1918. - St. Petersburg, 1866-1918. -
In the subhead: 1866-1867 - Journal of Historical and Political Sciences; 1868-1909 - Journal of History, Politics, Literature; 1910-1917 - Journal of Science, Politics, and Literature, founded by MM Stasyulevich in 1866
Place of publication: 1866-1914 St. Petersburg; 1914-1918 Petrograd.
Editor-publisher (until 1908) M. M. Stasyulevich, from 1909 to 1916 - Professor M. M. Kovalevsky; In 1914, the journal was led by three co-editors - KK Arseniev, Ovsyaniko-Kulikovsky and the scientist-economist AS Posnikov, from 1916 to 1918 - D. D. Grimm and DN Ovsyaniko-Kulikovsky, with the participation of K K. Arsen'eva and A. S. Posnikova.
From 1866 to 1868 there were 4 volumes per year, from 1869 - monthly.
Until 1909 the signature of the publication also indicated serial numbers, years and volumes, continuing the account of the years and volumes of the previous journal published by NM Karamzin in 1802-1830.
It is published since March 9, 1866.
"The Bulletin of Europe" - the domestic literary and political and historical He continued the tradition of the eponymous magazine founded in 1802 by N. M. Karamzin. In the magazine, priority was given to history and politics. Well-known scientists and publicists were published: KA Timiryazev, IM Sechenov, V. Yu. Skalon, II Mechnikov, SM Soloviev, KD Kavelin, AF Koni, E. K. Rapp, AN Veselovsky, AN Pypin, DN Ovsyaniko-Kulikovsky, FF Zelinsky, FF Martens, KK Arseniev, AS Khakhanov and others. In the literary department - IS Turgenev, IA Goncharov, AN Ostrovsky, PD Boborykin, VS Soloviev, ME Saltykov-Shchedrin, as well as articles on financial and economic issues and the journalism of GB Iollos, AF Zhokhov, AV Zhirkevich, P. H. Schwanebach .
I. Stasyulevich, Mikhail Matveyevich (1826-1911). II. Kovalevsky, Maxim Maksimovich (1851-1916). III. Arseniev, Constantine Konstantinovich (1837-1919). IV. Ovsyaniko-Kulikovsky, Dmitry Nikolayevich (1853-1920) .1. Domestic serials and continuing editions (collection). 2. Russian language (collection). 3. General history - Periodicals. 4. Russia - History - until 1917 - Periodicals. 5. Historical journals - Russia - 19-20 centuries.
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G. 37 1902, vol. 2, [kn. 3/4, March / April]. - 1902. - 888 p. -
On the title page gross numbering: two hundred and ninth volume.
Contents: School in the Scandinavian North and the struggle for it / PG Vinogradov. According to Manchuria: 1900-1901: memories and stories: XIX-XXIX: ending / AV Vereshchagin. French society of the late XIX - in the literary types of that time: I-IV: ending / Jurassic. Veselovsky. The Chronicle. Handicrafts and their organization in Russia / V. V. On the question of the unification of the Black Earth Center of Russia / D. Richter. Internal review. Establishment of a special meeting to clarify the needs of the agricultural industry. The attitude of the zemstvo and the press to it. Forty years ago and now. The value of the representative of the meeting, [and others]. Concerning railroad tariffs and their economic significance: a note: K. Ya. Zagorsky's Theory of Railway Tariffs / Zh.Zh. Our "City Schools" and their current situation. In connection with the 30th anniversary of the Regulations on Urban Schools on May 31 1872 "/ Valer. Gebel. On the eve of the reforms in China / PS Popov. Russia and the Ecumenical Patriarchy after the Crimean War: 1856-1860: for unpublished materials: I-III / Book. G.T. Chronicle. The situation of small loans in St. Petersburg / AN Nikitin. Internal review. Several zemstvo petitions. Limits of the right to petition and its practical significance. Two opposing views on the fixation of Zemsky sobors, [and others]. On the question of a small zemstvo unit: a letter to the editor / VD Kuzmin-Karavaev, and other materials. - Bibliography in the notes of individual articles. - MOGNB copy without cover.
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