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  • Samarskaya Luka. Samara, 1997-.

    Historical, local lore, literary, and art publication. It has been published since 1997 in Samara. Founder and Publisher: Autonomous Nonprofit Organization "Editorial Board of the "Samarskaya Luka" Magazine". The publication frequency is not regular. The magazine publishes materials on the history and current state of Samara Region. The main sections: "History", "Local History", "Architecture", "Memory", "Art", "Religion", "Education", "Poetry", "Music", "Theater", "Nature", "Our Contemporary", "Voices of the Young", "Literature", etc.

    Presented issues: 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014.

  • Collection of the Imperial Russian Historical Society. Saint-Petersburg, 1867-1916.

    Edition of the Imperial Russian Historical Society. It was published in 1867-1916 in Saint-Petersburg. Separate volumes in 1901-1913 were published in Yuriev and Moscow. The publication frequency was not regular. A total of 148 volumes were published. The collection was edited under the supervision of Society members and edited by the Society Chairman (at different times): A. O. Bychkov, A. N. Popov, G. F. Shtendman, prof. A. N. Filippov, A. A. Polovtsev, V. I. Sergeevich, N. V. Golitsyn, K. A. Gubastov, Grand Prince Nikolai Mikhailovich, V. V. Maykov, S. F. Platonov, S. A Belokurov, and others. The magazine published documents and materials on the Russian history of the XV-XIX centuries. Each volume includes the table of contents of all previous volumes. The publication was resumed in Moscow in 1999 with the title "Collection of the Russian Historical Society".

    Presented issues: 1867-1916 (full set).

  • Collection of the Russian Language and Literature Department of the Academy of Sciences. Saint-Petersburg, 1867-1928

    Edition of the Russian Language and Literature Department of the Academy of Sciences. The Collection was published in separate issues (numbered and unnumbered), not regularly, from 1867 to 1928 in Saint-Petersburg / Leningrad. 101 volumes have been issued. In 1867-1870 the publication was entitled "Collection of Papers Read in the Russian Language and Literature Department of the Imperial Academy of Sciences", in 1871-1916 - "Collection of the Russian Language and Literature Department of the Imperial Academy of Sciences", in 1917-1922 - "Collection of the Russian Language and Literature Department of the Russian Academy of Sciences", in 1927-1928 - "Collection of the Russian Language and Literature Department of the Academy of Sciences of the Soviet Union". Each volume contained separate monographs and materials.

    Presented issues: 1872-1873, 1875, 1877-1878, 1880-1888, 1890-1891, 1893-1897, 1899-1910, 1912, 1914-1916, 1922

  • Collection of Papers Read in the Russian Language and Literature Department of the Imperial Academy of Sciences. Saint-Petersburg, 1867-1870

    Edition of the Russian Language and Literature Department of the Academy of Sciences. The Collection was published in separate issues (numbered and unnumbered), not regularly, from 1867 to 1928 in Saint-Petersburg / Leningrad. 101 volumes have been issued. In 1867-1870 the publication was entitled "Collection of Papers Read in the Russian Language and Literature Department of the Imperial Academy of Sciences", in 1871-1916 - "Collection of the Russian Language and Literature Department of the Imperial Academy of Sciences", in 1917-1922 - "Collection of the Russian Language and Literature Department of the Russian Academy of Sciences", in 1927-1928 - "Collection of the Russian Language and Literature Department of the Academy of Sciences of the Soviet Union". Each volume contained separate monographs. Unnumbered issues contained and "Reports of the Department".

    Presented issues: 1869.

  • Collection of the Kherson Zemstvo. Kherson, 1868-1906.

    Publication of the Kherson provincial zemstvo council. It was published in 1868-1906 in Kherson. Monthly (in 1878-1880 it was published 8 times a year, in 1881-1885 – 4 times a year, in 1886-1887 – 6 times a year). On No. 2, 1906, the publication was discontinued. The program of the "Collection ..." included: 1) Resolutions and orders of the government relating to the zemstvo case; 2) Reports and notices on the activities of zemstvo institutions of the Kherson province, extracted from resolutions and journals of provincial and county zemstvo assemblies and administrations; 3) Brief information about the course of zemstvo affairs in other provinces, mainly on issues of local importance for the Kherson province; 4) Reference prices, announcements of administrations, etc. In 1889-1905, the Agricultural Chronicle of the Kherson province was published on the pages of the "Collection ...", in 1891-1905 – the "Veterinary Chronicle of the Kherson province" and "Medical chronicle of the Kherson province" are also published separately.

    Presented issue: 1871

  • Svetopis' (Light Painting). Saint-Petersburg, 1858-1859.

    An art journal of fine arts and literature published by artist G. N. Auger. It was edited in Saint-Petersburg at the printing house of Karl Metzig and L. Demis in 1858-1859. The first Russian photo magazine. Monthly edition. Publishers: since January 1858, the artist G.N. Auger; since the end of 1858, N. M. Lvov. The magazine published articles about artists, cultural life, essays on foreign and Russian photography, reviews of meetings of foreign photographic societies, reproductions of paintings. A typical feature of the publication were illustrations, in particular - photographic images of many artists of that time.

    Presented issues: 1858, 1859.

  • Siberian Living Antiquity. Irkutsk, 1923-1929.

    Ethnographic collection published by the East Siberian Department of the Russian Geographical Society in 1923-1929 in Irkutsk. It was printed in independent issues. The publication frequency was not regular. The collection published materials on general local lore and ethnography.

    Presented issues: 1923-1926, 1928-1929.

  • Siberian Nature. Omsk, 1922

    A popular magazine devoted to natural sciences. Edition of the West Siberian Department of the Russian Geographical Society. It was published in 1922 in Omsk. The publication frequency was not regular. A total of 3 issues were edited. Editorial Board: V. I. Baranov, K. P. Gorshenin, prof. P. L. Dravert, prof. G. V. Krusser (Executive Editor), and others. The magazine published essays and articles on natural history, the study of Siberia, a scientific chronicle, and a bibliography.

    Presented issues: 1922.

  • Siberian Lights. Novonikolaevsk, 1922-.

    Local lore, literary and scientific magazine. It was published since March 1922 in Novonikolaevsk (since 1926 - in Novosibirsk). At different times the magazine was the press organ of the West Siberian Association of Proletarian Writers, the Organizing Committee of the West Siberian Branch, and the West Siberian Organizing Committee of the Union of Soviet Writers, the West Siberian Board of the Union of Soviet Writers. Publication frequency - 6 times per year, since 1958 - monthly. Editors (at different times): E. M. Yaroslavsky, V. Y. Zazubrin, V. A. Itin, A. V. Vysotsky, S. E. Kozhevnikov, A. V. Nikulkov, and others. The magazine published works by Leonid Martynov, Vivian Itin, I. A. Mukhacheva, A. L. Koptelova, K. N. Urmanova, V. P. Astafieva, V. G. Rasputin, B. B. Levashova, V. M. Shukshin, and others.

    Presented issues: 1922-1928.

  • Siberian Archive. Irkutsk, 1911-1916.

    Magazine of Archeology, History, and Ethnography of Siberia. It was published in 1911-1916 in Irkutsk and Minusinsk. From No 6 in 1916, it was entitled "Siberian Chronicle". Monthly magazine. Editor and Publisher: A. I. Lin'kov. It featured materials on history, archeology, geography, ethnography, culture, and society of Siberia, Central Asia, and the Far East.

    Presented issues: 1911-1913, 1916.

  • Slavyanskie Izvestia (Slavic News). St. Petersburg, 1889-1916

    The magazine was edited by the St. Petersburg Slavic Charitable Society. It was published in 1889-1891, 1904-1910 and 1912-1916, in St. Petersburg. Until 1889 it was entitled News of the St. Petersburg Slavic Charitable Society. With No. 52 in 1891, the publication was discontinued. In 1892-1894, the publication was launched instead of the magazine Slavyanskoe Obozreniye (Slavic Review). In 1902, the magazine returned its former title News of the St. Petersburg Slavic Charitable Society. From 1904 it was entitled Slavyanskie Izvestia (Slavic News). In 1911 the magazine was not published. Publishing frequency: 8 times per year (1904 / 1905-1910), from 1912 - weekly, from 1914 - 2 times per month, from 1916 - according to accumulated material. Editors: M. M. Filippov (1889), V. V. Komarov (1889-1891), V. N. Korablev (1904-1910, 1912-1915), from 1916 - P. I. Kalinkov. The magazine issued popular science articles on history, literature, church life, ethnography of the Slavs; articles and news concerning the modern political and cultural life of the Slavic peoples; letters and correspondence from the Slavic lands; bibliographic records on remarkable books on all questions of Slavic studies; translations of the best works of Slavic writers; reports on the activities of the St. Petersburg Slavic Charitable Society and announcements.

    Presented issues: 1904-1910

  • Smena (Shift). Moscow, 1924-.

    Literary, art and socio-political magazine, a press organ of the Central Committee and Moscow Committee of the Komsomol, later - the Central Committee of the Komsomol (until 1991). It had been published since August 1924 in Moscow. The editorial offices were located in Arkhangelsk, Yekaterinburg, Novosibirsk, Voronezh. Publication frequency: two weeks (1924-1989), monthly (since 1990). In the 1920s - 1930s it was focused on working youth. In 1941-1943 it was edited as a military and sports magazine. Since 1943 it used to be a literary, art, and socio-political magazine. The authors of the literary section were: A. Serafimovich, M. Sholokhov, A. Green, K. Paustovsky, L. Kassil, V. Kataev, I. Babel, Alexey Tolstoy, V. Astafiev, V. Tendryakov, E. Evtushenko, K. Bulychev, the Vainer brothers, the Strugatsky brothers, S. Lem, E. Dodolev, A. Molchanov, S. Ustinov, and others.

    Presented issues: 1942.

  • The interlocutor of lovers of the Russian word containing various compositions in verse and prose of some Russian writers. St. Petersburg, 1783-1784

    Monthly magazine. It was published in St. Petersburg from June 1783 to September 1784. In total 16 issues were published. The publication was carried out by the Imperial St. Petersburg Academy of Sciences, headed by its director, Princess E. R. Dashkova, with the constant cooperation of Empress Catherine the Great. The permanent editor of the magazine was Osip Petrovich Kozodavlev, a prominent figure in the Russian Enlightenment. The best Russian literary forces of that era were involved in the publication, They are Derzhavin, Kheraskov, Kapnist, Fonvizin, Bogdanovich, Knyazhnin and others.

    Presented: 1783

  • Collection of Laws and Orders of the Workers 'and Peasants' Government of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Department One. Moscow, 1924-1937.

    The official bulletin published by the Directorate of the Council of People's Commissars of the USSR and the Council of Labour and Defenсe in 1924-1937 in Moscow. From March 1938 to March 1946 (No. 4) it was entitled "Collection of Decrees and Orders of the Government of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics", No. 5 to 1949 - "Collection of Decrees and Orders of the Council of Ministers of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics". In 1950-1956 the bulletin was not published. From 1957, it has been entitled "Collection of Decrees of the Government of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics". The publication frequency was not regular, it depended on collected material. The bulletin had 2 Departments: Department One and Department Two. From March 1938 to 1981 it was issued without dividing into departments. Since 1981 the division into departments was resumed. Issues of the Department One were published from September 13, 1924 (No. 1) to December 25, 1937 (No. 76), issues of the Department Two were published from December 10, 1924 (No. 1) to December 31, 1937 ( No. 38). The magazine published annual (in some cases semi-annual) indexes, which were issued separately for Department One and Two in 1924-1935. Issues of 1924-1929 also had chronological indexes. Department One featured decrees and resolutions of the Congress of Soviets, the Council of People's Commissars of the USSR, the Council of Labour and Defence, the Central Executive Committee of the USSR, and the Presidium of Central Executive Committee of the USSR and other normative acts.

    Presented issues: 1931, 1932, 1936.

  • Soviet Karelia. Petrozavodsk, 1929-1935.

    Political and economic magazine. At different times, it was a press organ of the State Planning Commission of the Karelian Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic, the Council of People's Commissars of the Karelian Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic, the Regional Committee of the All-Union Communist Party (Bolsheviks) and the Council of People's Commissars of the Karelian Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic. It was published in 1929-1935 in Petrozavodsk. Until 1929 it was entitled "Economics and Statistics of Karelia". It was also edited in the Karelian language (1929-1931). Monthly edition. In 1935 it was discontinued (Issue 2/3). Editors: V. Fomin (1929-1930), S. M. Rafalovich (1931), and others. The journal published materials of a local lore character, statistical materials. The texts were printed in parallel in Russian and Finnish.

    Presented issues: 1929-1935.

  • Sovetskaya Fizkultura. (Soviet Physical Culture) Moscow, 1933.

    Socio-political and scientific-methodological magazine, organ of the Supreme Council of Physical Culture of the USSR, RSFSR and the People's Commissariat of Healthcare of the USSR. It was published in Moscow in 1933. Before 1933 its name was “Fizkultura i sotsialisticheskoye stroitelstvo” (Physical Culture and Building Socialism). Just one issue came out (No. 1, January). It contained materials on physical culture in the USSR. The magazine had three sections: 1. Organizational and Methodological. 2. Research. 3. Criticism and Bibliography.

    The 1933 issue is available.

  • Sovremennik (The Contemporary). Saint-Petersburg, 1911-1915.

    The monthly magazine of literature, social life, science and art, issued in 1911-1915, in Saint-Petersburg / Petrograd. Publication frequency: monthly (1911-1913), since 1914 - 2 times per month. Editors: F. Botsyanovsky, P.V. Bykov - from No. 2 (1911), V. E. Trutovsky - from No. 5 (1914). Publisher: P. I. Pevin. The magazine highlighted the issues of literature, politics, science, history, art and social life, printed artworks. Regular Departments: Domestic Review; Foreign Life; Literature and Art; Thoughts and Deeds; Bibliography.

    Presented issues: 1915

  • Modern World. Saint-Petersburg / Petrograd, 1906-1918.

    Literary, scientific and political magazine published in 1906-1918 in Saint-Petersburg / Petrograd. Before No. 8, 1906 it was entitled "God's World", from No. 1 (October), 1906 - "Modern World". From April 1913 to 1915 the second edition of the "Modern World" was published instead of the "New Life" magazine which repeated the content of the first edition except for the "Criticism and Bibliography" section. Publication frequency: No. 1 (October) - 3 (December) in 1906, from 1907 - monthly. The magazine was not published in 1914 (No. 7, 8) and in 1915 (No. 7). In 1918, No. 1 was issued instead of No. 10/12 for 1917. Editors: A. I. Bogdanovich, V. P. Kranichfeld (No. 4, 1907), L. E. Watson (No. 6, 1907), N. I. Iordansky (No. 5, 1909), V. P. Kranichfeld (No. 11, 1911), N. I. Iordansky (No. 3, 1913). Publishers: A. I. Bogdanovich (No. 1, 1906), L. E. Watson (No. 2, 1906 - No. 4, 1909), M. K. Kuprina-Davydova (No. 5, 1909 - No. 6, 1910), M. K. Iordansky (No. 7, 1910 - 1918). The magazine published articles by G. V. Plekhanov, F. Dan, L. Martov, N. G. Garin-Mikhailovsky, A. I. Kuprin, V. V. Veresaev, D. Bedny, M. Gorky, A. Chapygin, and other authors. Magazine's indexes for 1906-1910 is available in publications: Ulyanov N. A. Index of magazine literature (Alphabetical, subject, systematic). Vol. 1. Five Years 1906-1910. Moscow: Nauka, 1911. 103, 16 p. ; Kudryavtsev V. Index of Historical Articles Published in Magazines: "Herald of Europe", "Russian Thought", "Russian Wealth", "God's World", "Modern World", "Education" for 1885-1908. N.-Novgorod, 1910. 39 p.

    Presented issues: 1917.

  • Socialist Legality of the USSR. Moscow, 1934-1991.

    Theoretical and scientific-practical magazine. In various periods it was a press organ of the Peoples' Commissariat for Justice of the USSR, the Office of Public Procurator of the USSR, the Supreme Court of the USSR, the Ministry of Justice of the USSR. It was published in 1934-1991 in Moscow. In 1934-1935, it was entitled "For Socialist Legality". In 1943 the magazine was not published. Since 1992 it has been published with the title "Legality". Monthly edition. The magazine highlighted actual problems of the Soviet law theory and the practice of legal institutions, published texts of new legislative acts and proposals for improving Soviet legislation, consultations, methodological recommendations for court, prosecutor's office, arbitration, notaries professionals, etc.

    Presented issues: 1934.

  • Socialist construction of Buryat-Mongolia. Ulan-Ude, 1934-1936.

    Journal of the State Planning Committee and the Institute for Economic Research of the Buryat-Mongolian ASSR. It was published in 1934-1936. It was released once every two months. The magazine covered issues of political and economic development of the region.

    Presented: 1934-1936

  • Sports Magazine: press organ of Southeast Bureau of the Central Committee and the Don Committee of the All-Union Leninist Young Communist League, Donsovfizkult and Donvtopas. Rostov-on-Don, 1923

    The press organ is the Southeastern Bureau of the Central Committee and the Don Committee of the RKSM, the Don Council of Physical Culture (Donsovfizkultura), the Department of Universal Military Training of the North Caucasus Military District and the Don Regional Branch of the All-Russian Partnership of Industrial Associations of Youth of Premilitary Age (Donvtopas). It was published in 1923 in Rostov-on-Don. Publication frequency - once every three weeks. The magazine's material in the journal was divided into sections: Universal Military Training; Physical Culture; Football; Letters; News of North Caucasian Military District; All-Russian Partnership of Industrial Associations of Youth of Premilitary Age; Chronicle; Technical Section; Bibliography and others.

    Presented issues: 1923.

  • Sud Idet! (Court is now in session): two-week illustrated magazine. Leningrad, 1924-1931

    The magazine was published in Leningrad twice a month, from 1924 to 1929 as a special supplement to the publication "Workers' Court". Since 1930, it was published as an independent magazine. In 1927, the Responsible Editor was I. Derzibashev. The publication featured articles on urgent issues of Soviet legal proceedings. Its permanent sections: "Mailbox", "Court and Life", "Our Сontest", "On the Other Side", etc. In the 1920s, the magazine covers were designed by artists who worked in the constructivism style.

    Presented issues: 1926.