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  • News of the Academy of Sciences of USSR. Geographical and Geophysical Series. Moscow, 1937-1951.

    The scientific magazine of the Academy of Sciences of USSR. It was established as the result of the division of the publication "News of the Academy of Sciences of USSR. Mathematical Sciences Department". It was published in 1937-1951 in Moscow. In 1937-1938 the magazine was entitled "News of the Academy of Sciences of USSR. Mathematical and Natural Sciences Department. Geographical and Geophysical Series". Publication frequency - 6 issues per year. Since 1951, the series has been divided into: "News of the Academy of Sciences of USSR. Geographical Series" and "News of the Academy of Sciences of USSR. Geophysical Series". The magazine published articles and reports on industry topics.

    Presented issues: 1941-1943.

  • Bulletin of the Academy of Sciences of the Soviet Union. Series 6. Leningrad, 1907-1927

    Scientific magazine of the Academy of Sciences of the Soviet Union. It was published in 1907-1927 in Saint-Petersburg / Leningrad under the editorship of academician S. F. Oldenburg, the steadfast Secretary of the Academy of Sciences. Series 6 was issued instead of the suspended series 5 (1894-1906). Until 1917, it was entitled Bulletin of the Academy of Sciences, from 1917 (No. 12) to 1925 (No. 9/11) - Bulletin of the Russian Academy of Sciences, from 1925 (No. 12/15) to 1927 - Bulletin of the Academy of Sciences of the Soviet Union. Publication frequency - 2 times a month. The Bulletin featured: 1) extracts from the protocols of sessions; 2) brief, and provisional reports on the scientific works of both Academy members and external scientists, released at the Academy meetings; 3) articles presented at the Academy meetings.

    Presented issues: 1918

  • News of the East Siberian Department of the Imperial Russian Geographical Society. Irkutsk, 1878-1917.

    Edition of the East Siberian Department of the Russian Geographical Society. The magazine was published in 1878-1917 in Irkutsk. Until 1878 it was entitled "Notes of the Siberian Department of the Imperial Russian Geographical Society". Publication frequency - 5 issues per year, since 1896 - without stated limit. Editors: M. Zagoskin, N. N. Agapitov, and others. It featured articles, reports, and notes on geography, geology, history, ethnography, statistics, economics, archeology, etc., materials of general meetings and sessions, reports.

    Presented issues: 1879, 1881-1882, 1884, 1885.

  • News and Scientific Notes of Imperial Kazan University. Kazan, 1865-1883.

    Edition of Kazan University. "News" and "Scientific Notes" were published together since March 1865 in a common annual cover, but with separate title pages and pagination. In 1872, "News" and "Scientific Notes" were issued separately because of the delay of publication. Since 1884, the magazine was published separately. Publication frequency - 6 times per year. Editors (simultaneously): N. N. Bulich, N. I. Ilminsky, A. M. Osipov. The magazine featured information about the official history of Kazan University: protocols of meetings of the University Council, lists of professors, faculty reports, curriculums and lecture notes, information on the scientific activities of lecturers, the work of university laboratories, and clinics, and discussion of dissertations. The "Scientific Notes" published the scientific works of Kazan University professors of philological, historical, legal, and medical content.

    Presented issues: 1877, 1879-1880, 1883.

  • News of the Imperial Archaeological Society. Saint-Petersburg, 1857-1884.

    The publication of the Russian Archaeological Society. It was edited in Saint-Petersburg in 1857-1884. In 1857-1868, it was entitled "News of the Imperial Archaeological Society", since 1872 - "News of the Imperial Russian Archaeological Society". Publication frequency - 6 issues per year, which were published as volumes. A total of 10 volumes were published. Editors (simultaneously): I. I. Sreznevsky, D. V. Polenov, Secretary of the Russian Archaeological Society P. S. Saveliev, V. V. Stasov, V. V. Velyaminov-Zernov, A. I. Saveliev, I. V. Pomyalovsky. The magazine featured protocols of general meetings of the Society, protocols of meetings of each department, and special committees, a bibliographic review of archaeological literature published in Russia and Europe, research and archeology materials. Each volume (issue 6) has indexes of names and subjects.

    Presented issues: 1858, 1859.

  • News of Imperial Tomsk University. Tomsk, 1889 - 1916.

    Edition of Imperial Tomsk University. "News" was published annually as separate editions (a total of 65 volumes), regularly, from 1889 to 1916 in Tomsk. From 1917 to 1929 it was entitled "News of Tomsk State University" (volumes 66-84), from 1932 to 1976 - "Proceedings of Tomsk State University" (volumes 85-265). In 1976-1998, the magazine was not published. It was resumed in 1998 from volume 266 with the title "Herald of Tomsk State University". The editor of the publication was the current rector of the University. Separate volumes were edited at different times under redaction of prof. A. I. Sudakov, prof. M. G. Kurlov, prof. F. K. Kruger, I. A. Bazanov, N. M. Maliev. The magazine was made up of two departments: the first highlighted the current life of the University, the second - scientific papers, studies, notes, reviews of new books, and dissertations. "News" published "Proceedings of the Law Department of Tomsk University. Statistics and Economics Section" and "Proceedings of the Medical and Chemical Laboratory of Tomsk University".

    Presented issues: 1897, 1900, 1902, 1904, 1907, 1909.

  • News of the Imperial Academy of Sciences. Department of Russian Language and Literature. Saint-Petersburg, 1852-1863

    News of the Imperial Academy of Sciences for the Department of Russian Language and Literature was the press organ of the Department of Russian Language and Literature of the Academy of Sciences. It was founded in 1852 and published until 1863. Later it was resumed in 1896. It was published in issues (6 issues per year) or sheets (24 sheets with supplements in one volume). The magazine was published along with "Supplements". A total of 10 volumes with Supplements were issued. The magazine was the initiative of I. I. Sreznevsky, who was its editor. "Supplements" featured "Monuments and samples of the national language and literature of Russian and Western Slavs" and "Materials for a comparative and explanatory dictionary". The magazine involved such authors as A. H. Vostokov, Prince. P. A. Vyazemsky, Y. K. Grot, P. A. Lavrovsky, V. I. Grigorovich, I. I. Davydov, S. Shevyryov, A. F. Gilferdig, P. A. Pletnev, V. A. Zhukovsky, and others.

    Presented issues: 1855-1858

  • News of the Imperial Archaeological Commission. - Saint-Petersburg, 1901-1918.

    Edition of the Imperial Archaeological Commission. It was established by Academician V. V. Latyshev. It was published in 1901-1918 in Saint-Petersburg as separate issues without regular frequency according to collected material. A total of 66 issues were published. In 1918, the Archaeological Commission was entitled to the State Russian Archaeological Commission. In 1919, the Commission was liquidated. Its functions were given to the newly organized Russian Academy of the History of Material Culture. After, the publication was discontinued. The magazine published following issues: 1) Reports on archaeological research and excavations conducted on behalf and at the expense of the Commission; 2) Scientific reviews of individual groups of archaeological sites and separate cultures (Russian, Greco-Roman from southern Russia, Scythian-Sarmatian, Alanian, Caucasian, Finnish, and other relicts); 3) Descriptions of the grave things, treasures and individual finds that enter the Commission jurisdiction; 4) Information about ancient architectural monuments existing in different places of the Russian Empire, and issues of their restoration; 5) Archival materials of the Commission; 6) Leading articles on various archaeological issues; 7) Issues of the protection of ancient monuments in Russia and abroad. In 1902-1913 the magazine had a supplement "News of the Imperial Archaeological Commission. Supplement ... Chronicle and Bibliography".

    Presented issues: 1901-1916.

  • News of the Imperial Archaeological Commission. Supplement ... Chronicle and Bibliography. - Saint-Petersburg, 1902-1918.

    Edition of the Imperial Archaeological Commission. It was published in 1902-1918 in Saint-Petersburg as a supplement to certain issues of the "News of the Imperial Archaeological Commission". The publication frequency was not regular. The following publications were issued: 1) Archaeological Chronicle (sections: Imperial Archaeological Commission, Activities of scientific institutions and societies, Museums and archives, Information on archaeological research, Ancient monuments, Treasures and finds, Bibliography, Miscellaneous) 2) Archaeological research; 3) Information about archaeological congresses; 4) A review of regular publications issued in Russia; 5) Bibliographic notes; 6) New books of historical and archaeological content published in Russia; 7) Reviews of foreign magazines, etc.

    Presented issues: 1902-1916.

  • News of the Caucasian Committee [of All-Russian Union of Cities for Support to Sick and Wounded Soldiers]. Tiflis, 1915-1916.

    Publication of the Caucasian Committee of All-Russian Union of Cities for Support to Sick and Wounded Soldiers. It was published in 1915-1916 in Tiflis. The publication frequency was not regular. A total of 8 issues were released. Issues 1-2 were entitled "Brief Report on Activities ...", Issue 3 - "News of the Caucasian Department". The volume of each issue is 100-300 pages, with illustrations. The magazine's supplements featured the Journals of meetings of the Caucasian Committee, draft estimates, and expenditures, donations to the Army of the Caucasian Front.

    Presented issues: 1915.

  • News of the Society of Archeology, History, and Ethnography of Imperial Kazan University. Kazan, 1878-1923.

    Publication of the Society of Archeology, History, and Ethnography of Imperial Kazan State University. It was published in 1878-1923 in Kazan. In 1925-1929, the magazine was entitled "News of the Society of Archeology, History, and Ethnography of Vladimir Ulyanov-Lenin Kazan State University". Publication frequency - 6 times per year. Editors (in different periods): N. M. Petrovsky (1901), K. F. Katanov (1902), N. K. Gortalov (1903-1904), K. V. Kharlampovich (1904-1907), N. P. Graziansky (1906, 1915), B. V. Varneke (1908-1910), D. A. Korsakov (1908), M. I. Menemansky (1910-1912), A. G. Muravyov (1915), and others. The magazine featured research and materials on history, archeology, and ethnography; reports, lists of Society members, lists of Society publications. It also published protocols of the Society general meetings. Since 1908, the protocols were published as supplements to the magazine. Selected issues contain a jubilee collection of articles devoted to the 350th anniversary (1552-1902) of the annexation of Kazan to the Russian state (Vol. 18, Issue 1/3), a collection of materials on the history of Kazan Region in the XVIII century (Vol. 18, Issue 4/6), individual monographs (Issues 8, 9, 15, 21, 22, 24, 27, 28). It also released the following tables of contents: "Index of books, magazine and newspaper articles and notes about the Kyrgyz to the "News of the Society of Archeology, History, and Ethnography of Imperial Kazan University" by Alektorov A. E. (Kazan, 1906); "Index to the "News of the Society of Archeology, History, and Ethnography of Kazan University" for 1878-1905. (Vol. I-XXI)" by Alfonsov I. V. (Kazan, 1906); "Index to"News of the Society of Archeology, History, and Ethnography of Kazan State University for 1906-1927 (Vol. XXII-XXXIII)" by Vorobiev N. I. (Kazan, 1928).

    Presented issues: 1890.

  • Proceedings of the Society for the Study of the Olonets Province. Petrozavodsk, 1913-1917

    This was a publication of the Society for the Study of the Olonets province, which was published between 1913 and 1917. Publishing frequency is not defined.  It is known that V. I. Krylov was the editor in 1917, and I.I. Blagoveshchensky and B. N. Mikhailov were the editors from 1913 to 1916. A total of 20 volumes were published during this period. The publication featured the results of scientific and local historical work of the society. Articles on history, archaeology, geography, biology, ethnography, and folklore were mainly published by authors such as A. F. Shidlovsky, M. A. Krukovsky, K. A. Dokuchaev-Baskov, and V. P. Drobov. Individual volumes also included bibliographic indexes of literature related to the Olonets region. Each volume had a volume of 100-180 pages.

    Presented issues: 1913–1917.

  • News of the Omsk State Historical and Local Lore Museum. Omsk, 1993-.

    Edition of the Omsk State Historical and Local Lore Museum. The first issue of the "News" was published in 1928. The publication was resumed in 1993 beginning from the second issue. It features materials on the economic, political, social, and cultural development of Western Siberia; articles about prominent personalities of that region; as well as the problems of the museum and local history development in Siberia, study of the museum collections.

    Presented issues: 1993-1997, 2000-2002, 2005.

  • News of the Russian North. Arkhangelsk, 2009-.

    Cultural, educational, and popular science magazine about the life of Northern Region. The official press organ of the Arkhangelsk Region Local Lore Association. It has been published since 2009 in Arkhangelsk. Publication frequency - 8 numbers per year (previously - 2, 4, and 6 issues). Founder: Arkhangelsk Regional Public Organization "Nord" Voluntary Cultural and Educational Society". Chief editor: S. Y. Klochev. The material is systematized into sections: Local Lore News; Public Life; Expeditions; Scientists about the Russian North; Pages of History; People of the Pomors' Land; Bookshelf; etc.

    Presented issues: 2016.

  • Illustrated Chronicle of the Russo-Japanese War. Saint-Petersburg, 1904-1905.

    The Chronicle was edited from 1904 to 1905, as a supplement to the "New Magazine of Foreign Literature", published monthly, with a total of 21 issues. The publication had two sections. The first section contained, in chronological order, a list of official data on the Russo-Japanese War of 1904-1905 (the highest decrees, orders, prescriptions, messages, official news from the theater of military operations). The second included a logical presentation of the military operations at sea and on land with details received from the military press, as well as from the stories of war participants or eyewitnesses of its episodes. It featured information about the military forces in the Far East, the geographical and strategic status of the war theater, military commanders, heroes and victims of the war. The publication was featured with numerous illustrations - portraits, maps, plans, weapons and equipment, scenes of everyday life, and combat episodes.

    Presented issues: 1904-1905 (full set).

  • Historical Readings on Language and Literature of Meetings of the II Branch of the Imperial Academy of Sciences. Saint-Petersburg, 1854-1857.

    Edition of the Department of Russian Language and Literature of the Imperial Academy of Sciences. It was published in 1854-1857 in Saint-Petersburg. The publication frequency was not regular. A total of 3 volumes were published (meetings of 1852 and 1853, 1854 and 1855, 1856 and 1857). The publication featured materials on the theory and history of the Russian language and literature, as well as the history of Slavic languages ​​and literature, the theory of literature and historical and literary criticism, and other issues. Among the authors were Russian researchers, philologists, literary scholars, critics, and historians: I. I. Sreznevsky, M. I. Sukhomlinov, S. P. Shevyrev, M. P. Pogodin, M. A. Korkunov, and others.

    Presented issues: 1854-1857.

  • Historical Bulletin. Saint-Petersburg, 1880-1917.

    Historical and literary magazine. It was published in 1880-1917 in Saint-Petersburg. The magazine was founded by A. S. Suvorin and S. N. Shubinsky. Monthly edition (4 volumes per year, 12 issues). Editors: S. N. Shubinsky, B. B. Glinsky (since July 1913). Publishers: A. S. Suvorin, B. B. Glinsky (since September 1912), the heirs of A. S. Suvorin, represented by B. B. Glinsky (since 1914). In 1881-1916, the last issue of the relevant year featured annual indexes of personal names and in 1883-1916 - indexes of engravings (drawings). In 1901-1916 the supplement to the magazine published historical novels of Russian and foreign authors. In 1908 the magazine issued the "Systematic table of contents of the "Historical Bulletin" for 25 years. 1880-1904" by B. M. Gorodetsky; in 1915 - "A systematic table of contents of the "Historical Bulletin" for 7 years. 1905-1911" by V. E. Rudakov and T. A. Martemyanov.

    Presented issues on the portal: 1896; in the Electronic Reading Room: 1880-1917.

  • Military History: Research and Sources. Saint-Petersburg, 2012-

    An electronic periodical (http://www.milhist.info/), which publishes research and materials on the military history of the XVI-XIX centuries. The magazine is registered by the Federal Service for Supervision of Communications, Information Technology and Mass Media (EL No. FS 77-48830 of 03/02/2012). The editorial office is located in Saint-Petersburg. Founder: K. V. Nagorny, editor: K. L. Koziurenok. Publication frequency is not regular, it depends from collected material.

    Presented issues: 2012-2013.