Journals

Journals

  • Administrative Bulletin. M., 1922-1930.

    Magazine of the People’s Commissariat for Internal Affairs. It was edited in 1922-1930 in Moscow. 1922-1924 it was published with the title "Workers’ and Peasants’ Militsiya". Monthly magazine. It featured questions of administrative management, the practical activities of the militsiya, organs of the criminal investigation, civil registration, and places of confinement.

    Presented issues: 1925, 1929, 1930.

  • Academic Law Magazine. Irkutsk, 2000-.

    The scientific magazine has been editing since 2000 in Irkutsk. Publisher: Non-profit organization "Law and Democracy" Foundation, until 2007 - Baikal State University of Economics and Law. Quarterly magazine. The magazine publishes scientific works on topical issues of the theory and history of law, municipal and financial law, criminal procedure, criminalistics, constitutional law.

    Presented issues: 2007-2011.

  • Altai Digest. Barnaul, 1894-1930, 1991-.

    Publication of the Altai Exploration Society. "Digest" was released in the indefinite period, from 1894 to 1930 in Barnaul (in 1894 in Tomsk). 12 volumes were published in all. There was a break in the publication: the 11th volume was published in 1912, the 12th - in 1930, volume 13 was not edited. At different times it was published by the Altai Research Society, the Altai Department of the West Siberian Branch of the Russian Geographical Society, the Altai Geographical Society, and the Barnaul Natural History Museum. Resumed in 1991 with the same title, the numbering of volumes continues. Responsible (chief) editors: V. A. Skubnevsky (issue 15, 16, 18-21); A. V. Startsev, A. B. Shamshin (issue 17); N. G. Tkachenko (issue 19). Publishers: Altai Regional Local Lore Association, Altai Regional Local Lore Museum, etc. Digest publishes documents and materials about the history of Altai from ancient times to the present. The material is systematized into sections: Pages of History; From the History of Settlements; Historical Demography; Historical Archive; Names; Local History and Archeology; Criticism and Bibliography; and others. Some issues are thematic: issue 17 is devoted to the 170th anniversary of the Altai Regional Local Lore Museum, issue 19 is marking the 110th anniversary of the Vyacheslav Shishkov Altai Regional Universal Scientific Library. The table of contents of Volumes 1-4 of the "Altai Digest" is placed in Volume 4, issue 2 (4th p., title.).

    Presented issues: 1894, 1903, 1907, 1908, 1910, 1912, 1930.

  • Argus. Saint-Petersburg, 1905-1906.

    An art political satirical magazine edited in Saint-Petersburg in 1905-1906. Originally published as a magazine devoted to issues of politics, literature, theater, music, and sports. Editor-publisher: S. A. Cicolini. Weekly magazine. 13 issues were issued in 1905; No. 14 was confiscated by the police. 14 issues were issued in 1906. The magazine featured stories, poems, essays, articles, and reviews.

    Presented issues: 1905, 1906.

  • Arctica. Leningrad, 1933-1937.

    Non-periodic collection of the All-Union Arctic Institute. The edition was published in 1933-1937 in Leningrad. Only five books were issued. In 1937, after the publication of Book 5, the publication merged with the Bulletin of the Arctic Institute. "Problems of the Arctic" magazine was launched instead of both editions. Editors: prof. V. Y. Wiese and prof. R. L. Samoilovich. The magazine featured research activities in the Arctic. Materials were published in Russian and foreign languages.

    Presented issues: 1933-1937.

  • The Library of Russian Sport: monthly sports magazine. M., 1911

    Sports magazine was published as separate books in Moscow in 1911. Monthly edition. Editor and publisher: Konstantsiya Lyudvigovna Kovzan. The magazine published materials about the history of sports, memoirs, artworks on sports topics, descriptions of sports games, sports writings, bibliography, announcements.

    Submitted: 1911

  • The Blagovest. Kharkov - Saint-Petersburg, 1883-1896.

    Magazine of the Slavophilia intellectual movement (public spiritual and didactic publication) published in 1883-1896. It was originally published in Kharkov (1883-1887), then in 1888-1889 (No. 9) in Saint-Petersburg. From No. 10, 1889 to № 1/2, 1890 was published in Nizhyn. Issue 1 (August) 1890 was launched in Saint-Petersburg again. In 1895-1896 it was published as a literary supplement to the "Russian Сonversation" magazine. It was issued twice a month, monthly. Publishers: G. I. Kulzhinsky (1883-1890, No. 1/2); N. N. Filippov (issue 1 (Aug.) - 9 1890); A. V. Vasiliev (No. 10, 1891 - 1896). Editor (in publication: helmsman): F. V. Chetyrkin; at the end of 1890, A.V. Vasiliev became an editor.

    Presented issues: 1895.

  • Bulletin of the Arctic Institute of the USSR. Leningrad, 1931-1936.

    Edition of the All-Union Arctic Institute of the Chief Directorate of the Northern Sea Route of the Council of People's Commissars of the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic. It was published in 1931-1936 in Leningrad. The publication ceased in 1937 when the "Problems of the Arctic" magazine was launched instead of it. Frequency: 12 issues per year. The bulletin published the results of scientific expeditions, materials of the latest research on the history of discovery, exploration, and study of the Arctic, materials of the Institute’s general meetings, meetings of the Scientific Council, and literature reviews.

    Presented issues: 1931-1936.

  • Bulletin of the Local Lore Society at the Museum of Tobolsk North. Tobolsk, 1927-1930.

    The magazine was edited by the Local Lore Society at the Museum of Tobolsk North. It was published in 1927-1930 in Tobolsk. Quarterly magazine. The pages of the bulletin featured works devoted to a comprehensive study of the Tobolsk North - history, ethnography, industry and social life, geography, archeology, literature, etc.

    Presented issues: 1927-1930.

  • Bulletin of the Russian APEC Study Center. Moscow, 2010-.

    Edition of the Russian APEC Study Center. The bulletin has been published since 2010 in Moscow. The publication is devoted to a wide range of issues discussed at the APEC forum. Main sections: News of Russian Chairmanship in APEC (2012); APEC Events Calendar; Key Topics discussed by APEC; Special Aspects of APEC Activities; APEC Final Documents.

    Presented issues: 2011, 2012.

  • Herald of the Academy of Sciences of the Soviet Union. L.: M., 1931-1992.

    Scientific and socio-political magazine. It was launched in 1931. Until 1934 the magazine was published in Leningrad, from 1935 - in Moscow. Since March 1992, it has been published under the title "Herald of the Russian Academy of Sciences". Monthly magazine. Editors (simultaneously): Academicians V. P. Volgin, N. P. Gorbunov, V. L. Komarov, S. I. Vavilov, and others. Since 1966 the chief editor was the vice-president of the Academy of Sciences of the Soviet Union M. D. Millionshchikov. The magazine published materials from the Academy's General Meetings, Presidium meetings, articles on topical areas of science, reviews of scientific sessions, Academy's conferences and meetings, its institutions, and scientific councils, information on the current life of the Academy of Sciences of the Soviet Union and important events of the Academies of Sciences of Republics of the Soviet Union. It released information about international scientific congresses, conventions, meetings of Soviet and foreign scientists, their joint work. A significant place was given to the history of science, its memorable dates. The section "Criticism and Bibliography" contained reviews of the Academy’s papers and lists of books by the "Nauka" publishing house.

    Presented issues: 1941-1943.

  • Herald of Charity. Saint-Petersburg, 1897-1902.

    The Herald of Charity was the official press organ of the Office of the Institutions of Empress Maria. This monthly magazine was published in Saint-Petersburg from 1897 to 1902. It was issued at the printing house of the Central Directorate of Orphan Homes of the Office of the Institutions of Empress Maria. The publication was initiated by O. A Aderaks, Director of the Office of the Central Directorate of Orphan Homes, to discuss a wide range of issues of charity both in Russia and abroad. The editor was Evgeniy Sevastyanovich Shumigorsky (1857–1920), historian, graduate of Kharkov University, special assignment officer of the Office of the Institutions of Empress Maria. The magazine featured the history of public charity, historical essays of selected charity institutions, organizational, legal, and financial aspects of charity, publications about labor assistance, deaf and blind people welfare, homeless shelters, and temperance societies. Its official part contained various normative acts related to charity. Special attention was paid to children's charity and pedagogy. There was a bibliographic section with reviews of charity publications.

    Presented issues: 1899.

  • Herald of the All-Russian Agricultural Chamber. Petrograd, 1913-1917.

    Publication of the All-Russian Agricultural Chamber. Issued in Saint-Petersburg / Petrograd in 1913-1917. Monthly magazine. Editor - Chamber's Executive V. P. Samofalov. The magazine published materials featuring the Chamber's activities - reports on the General Meetings of the Chamber, reports, and resolutions, information about the Chamber Council meetings, the work of commissions, lists of members, a chronicle and announcements. It also published materials were about agricultural activities of local organizations - agricultural societies and zemstvos, releases of Government activities in the agriculture sphere, new bills, the work of the Agricultural Commission of the State Duma, and others.

    Presented issues: 1913-1917.

  • Herald of Civil Law. Saint-Petersburg, 1913-1917.

    The magazine was published by a lawyer and politician M. M. Winaver in 1913-1917 in Saint-Petersburg / Petrograd. Monthly edition (8 issues per year). The magazine featured articles on the problems of civil law and the process, private international law, reviews of Senate court practice, materials about the history of the adoption of laws in legislative institutions, etc. The magazine was resumed in Moscow in 2006 with the same title.

    Presented issues: 1913-1917.

  • Herald of the Far Eastern Branch of the Academy of Sciences of the Soviet Union. Vladivostok, 1932-1939.

    Edition of the Far Eastern Branch of the Academy of Sciences of the Soviet Union. It was issued in 1932-1939 in Vladivostok. Monthly edition. The publication was discontinued at No. 1 (33) 1939. It was resumed in 1990 with the title "Herald of the Far Eastern Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences". The magazine published reports, essays, and research articles by scientists of Far Eastern Branch of the Academy of Sciences and other institutions of the region, reviews of the activities of institutes and institutions of Far Eastern Branch of the Academy of Sciences, a scientific chronicle of Far Eastern Federal University, personalities, and bibliography.

    Presented issues: 1932-1938

  • Herald of Europe (Vestnik Evropy). Saint-Petersburg, 1866-1918.

    Historical, political, and literary magazine. It was published in 1866-1918. in Saint-Petersburg. It continued the tradition of the magazine of the same name, founded in 1802 by N .M. Karamzin. It was issued with a frequency of 4 volumes per year. Since 1868 it became a monthly magazine. Editors and publishers: M. M. Stasyulevich (1866-1908), since 1908 - editor K. K. Arseniev, publisher - M. M. Kovalevsky, from 1913 to March 1918 - editor and publisher D. N. Ovsyaniko-Kulikovsky. The magazine published historical studies, monographs, biographies, and historical fiction; reviews of historical literature and the activities of scientific historical societies and academies; pedagogical literature and methods of teaching historical science; historical and political chronicle. The literary department contained literary and artistic works, letters, essays, memoirs, literary and critical articles. Among the authors were I. S. Turgenev, I. A. Goncharov, A. N. Ostrovsky, P. D. Boborykin, V. S. Soloviev, M. E. Saltykov-Shchedrin. It also featured articles on financial and economic issues and journalism. Resumed in Moscow in 2001 with the same title (founders: Yegor Gaidar, Ekaterina Genieva, and Victor Yaroshenko).

    Presented issues: 1869-1917.

  • Herald of Karelo-Murmansk Krai. [Leningrad], 1924-1926.

    Popular science, local history, and illustrative magazine. The press organ of the Council of People's Commissars of the Autonomous Republic of Karelia and the Board of the Murmansk Railway. It was published in 1924-1926 in Leningrad. It was issued instead of the  "Herald of Murman" magazine (1923-1924). Since 1927 it has been published with the title "Karelo-Murmansk Krai". Weekly edition (from No. 8 of 1924). The magazine featured materials on the study of the economy of the Karelian-Murmansk Krai, colonization of new territories by back-settlers, the transport industry, information about the everyday life of the region, its institutions and organizations, correspondence from local places, answers to readers' questions, as well as artworks( poems, novels, stories).

    Presented issues: 1924, 1925.

  • Herald of Corporate Insurance. Novonikolaevsk, 1919.

    Edition of the Management Board of the Siberian Corporate Insurance Partnership. A single issue was released (October) in 1919 in Novonikolaevsk (now Novosibirsk). Sections of the magazine: Insurance business laws and regulations; Articles and notes about all kinds of insurance business in various forms of its conduct, as well as on all types of corporate insurance; Chronicle of insurance and firefighting in Siberia, Russia and abroad; In the Siberian Corporate Insurance Partnership (chronicle and reviews); Reviews of the general and special press about insurance; Correspondence; Bibliography; Reference information, announcements.

    Presented issues: 1919.

  • Herald of Omsk Railway. Omsk, 1925-1926.

    Edition of the Management Board of the Siberian Corporate Insurance Partnership. A single issue was released (October) in 1919 in Novonikolaevsk (now Novosibirsk). Sections of the magazine: Insurance business laws and regulations; Articles and notes about all kinds of insurance business in various forms of its conduct, as well as on all types of corporate insurance; Chronicle of insurance and firefighting in Siberia, Russia and abroad; In the Siberian Corporate Insurance Partnership (chronicle and reviews); Reviews of the general and special press about insurance; Correspondence; Bibliography; Reference information, announcements.

    Presented issues: 1919.

  • Herald of the Polytechnic Society of the Imperial Technical School. Moscow, 1905-1919.

    Edition of the Imperial Moscow Technical School. "Herald" was issued in the unlimited period, from 1905 to 1919 in Moscow. Editors: A. P. Gavrilenko, professor, vice-chairman of the Polytechnic Society; since 1914 - N. N. Vashkov, mechanical engineer, vice-chairman of the Polytechnic Society, and P. K. Khudyakov, professor emeritus. The magazine published scientific works, a chronicle of the School, and information about the life and work of engineers - graduates of the Imperial Moscow Technical School. During the First World War, the "Herald" featured lists of killed, captured, or missed engineers.

    Presented issues: 1906.

  • Herald of Law. Moscow, 1907 / 1908-1917.

    Bulletin of Russian Notarial Office, later - the magazine of the Bar, Notarial Office and the Court. It was published in 1907 / 1908-1917 in Moscow, with high participation of P. I. Astrov, A. E. Worms, N. K. Muravyov, S. P. Ordynsky, and N. N. Polyansky. Until number 40, 1913 it was issued with the title: "Notary" (1907/1908), "Herald of Law and Notaries" (1909-1913, No. 39). Weekly magazine. The last issue No. 35/52 was published in 1917. In 1909-1916, resolutions of the Cassation Departments of the Governing Senate were issued as magazine supplement.

    Presented issues: 1910-1913.

  • Herald of Law: Saint-Petersburg University Law Society Magazine. Saint-Petersburg, 1871-1906.

    Saint-Petersburg University Law Society Magazine. It was published in 1871-1906. Until 1900 it was entitled "Magazine of Civil and Commercial Law" (1871-1872), "Magazine of Civil and Criminal Law" (1873-1894), "Saint-Petersburg University Law Society Magazine"(1894-1899). Monthly edition (10 books per year, until 1882 - 6 books per year). Book 4, 1906, was the last publication. The magazine published the works, reports, and protocols of meetings of the Law Society, works on the history of Russian and foreign law, articles on judicial, criminal and civil practice, legislation, legal reviews, etc.

    Presented issues: 1873-1877, 1885, 1898-1899, 1901-1906.

  • Herald of the Pskov Provincial Zemstvo. Pskov, 1880-1914.

    The publication of the Pskov Provincial Zemstvo (in 1887-1905 - the publication of Board of the Pskov Provincial Zemstvo). The magazine was published from 1880 to 1914 in Pskov. From No. 14 of 1914 it was issued with the titles: "Herald of the Pskov Provincial Zemstvo and Agriculture of Pskov Province" (1914, No. 14 - 1917, No. 4), "Herald of the Pskov Provincial Zemstvo and the Provincial Food Committee" (1917, No. 1 (July). Weekly magazine (in 1887-1889 it was issued 2 times per month, in 1889 - 1 time per month). The executive editor of the "Herald" was the chairman of the provincial administration. In 1901-1911 were published following supplements: a magazine and resolutions of provincial and district zemstvo conferences. In 1903-1905 the magazine released the "Veterinary Chronicle of Pskov Province", which was also published independently. The magazine published laws and government decrees regarding zemstvo institutions, decisions of the Pskov Provincial Office of zemstvo and city affairs, articles, and notes on public education, medicine, agriculture, etc.

    Presented issues: 1880-1889.

  • Herald of the Russian Democratic Reform Movement. Moscow, 1992-

    Newsletter of the Executive Committee of the Russian Democratic Reform Movement. Address of the editorial office: Moscow, Belinskogo str., 4. The publication frequency is not defined. The newsletter published a chronicle of the participation of the Russian Democratic Reform Movement in the country's socio-political life, official documents and author’s comments, materials on democratic reforms, legal and civil society, constitutional legislation, etc.

    Presented issues: 1992.

  • Herald of the Russian-Japanese Society in Petrograd. Petrograd, 1917.

    Economic, political, and scientific-literary magazine. It was published by the Russian-Japanese Society in Petrograd in 1917. Until 1917 it was issued with the title: "Herald of the Trade and Information Bureau at the Russian-Japanese Society in Petrograd." The publication frequency is not defined. From issue 4/6 the publication was discontinued. Texts were published in Russian and Japanese. Editor: I .E. Geishtor. The magazine's authors were: A. N. Weinstock, I. I. Vonsovich, I. E. Geishtor, Privat-Docents S. G. Eliseev, and E. D. Polivanov, Professor A. I. Ivanov, P. I. Nakayama, and others. It featured materials on Russian-Japanese relations: reviews of Russian and Japanese industry and trade, trade statistics, a chronicle of social and economic life, reports of the Russian-Japanese society in Petrograd, reference materials, bibliography, advertising.

    Presented issues: 1917.

  • Herald of Fishing Industry. Saint-Petersburg, 1886-1917.

    Magazine of the Imperial Russian Society for Aquaculture and Fisheries. It was published in 1886-1917 in Saint-Petersburg / Petrograd. Monthly magazine. Editors (simultaneously): O. A. Grim, I. D. Kuznetsov, I. N. Arnold, and E. K. Suvorov. It featured materials on aquaculture and industrial fisheries, reports, and general meetings protocols of the Society for Aquaculture and Fisheries. In 1912-1913, the "Fishing Industry Life" supplement was edited.

    Presented issues: 1910.

  • Herald of Soviet Justice. Kharkov, 1923-1928.

    Magazine of the People’s Commissariat for Justice of the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic and the Legal Society of the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic (later - Magazine of the People’s Commissariat for Justice, the Supreme Court and the Office of Public Procurator of the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic). It was published in 1922-1941 in Kharkov and Kiev (since 1934, No. 7). The first two issues were entitled "Herald of Soviet Justice in Ukraine". Since 1929 it was edited in Ukrainian. In 1931, it was merged with the "Red Justice" ("Chervone Pravo" in Ukrainian) magazine and received the title "Revolutionary Justice". In 1941-1957 the magazine was not published. It was resumed in 1958 with the title "Soviet Justice" ("Radyanskoye Pravo" in Ukrainian) - a magazine of the Ministry of Justice of the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic, the Office of Public Procurator of the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic, the Supreme Court of the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic and the State and Law Sector of the Academy of Sciences of the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic. Since 1992 it has been published with the title "Law of Ukraine". Publication frequency - 2 times per month. The magazine published articles in the general state-political field, theoretical developments in various branches of law, issues of law enforcement activities, courts, arbitration, and information on legal life. The authors of scientific articles were: professors M. Grodzinsky, V. Trakhterov, V. M. Gordon, V. Koretsky, S. Landkof, G. Matveev, D. Wort, S. Tichenko, and others.

    Presented issues: 1923-1928.

  • The Whole World. Petrograd, 1910-1918.

    Literary, art, public, and popular scientific magazine. It was published in 1910-1918 in Saint-Petersburg / Petrograd. Weekly magazine. Editors (simultaneously): N. V. Gaevsky, V. I. Ramm, Baroness S. I. Taube (S. Anichkova). Publishers: N. V. Gayevsky (1910-1911, No. 10); V. I. Ramm (1911, No. 11 - 1912, No. 7); E. I. Ramm (1911, No. 45); "Slovo" Joint-Stock Company (1912, No. 8 - 1916, No. 36); G. G. Ignatius (1916, No. 37 - 1918). The magazine’s program was systematized into sections: fiction, popular science, theater, sports, fashion, useful information, and economy, etc. The publication included many photographs and illustrations and was proposed at family reading.

  • Legal Issues. Moscow, 1910-1912.

    Magazine of scientific jurisprudence. It was published in 1910-1912 in Moscow with the participation of a law professor A. S. Alekseev. Quarterly magazine. Editor and publisher: professor, legal expert G. S. Feldstein. The magazine featured theoretical and practical aspects of jurisprudence - issues of criminal law and process, the history of legal thought, forensics, judicial reform, etc.

    Presented issues: 1910-1912.

  • Chronicle of Demidov Law Lyceum. Yaroslavl, 1872-1910.

    Magazine of Demidov Law Lyceum. It was published in 1872-1910 in Yaroslavl. The publication frequency is not defined, 112 books were published in all. Editors were Lyceum directors: S. M. Shpilevsky, E. N. Berendts (1904-1906), M. P. Chubinsky (1906-1910), V. G. Scheglov (1910-1914). In 1886-1906 Demidov Law Lyceum published a supplement "Law Bibliography" (69 issues). It featured extracts from the protocols of the Lyceum Council meetings, lists of students admitted to the Lyceum, etc .; the unofficial section contained lectures of professors and associate professors of the Lyceum, research on the theory and history of law. The magazine published the monographs of Russian legal experts: "A Critical Review of the Doctrine of Power-Sharing" (1872) by N. N. Voroshilov, "The Main Trends in the History of the Criminal Law Science in Russia" (1910) by G. S. Feldstein and others.

    Presented issues: 1872, 1874, 1877, 1879-1902, 1906.

  • 1939 All-Union Population Census: Bulletin / Omsk Regional Directorate of National Economic Accounting of the Central Statistical Administration of the State Planning Committee of the Soviet Union. Omsk, 1938.

    Bulletin of the Omsk Regional Directorate of National Economic Accounting of the Central Statistical Administration of the State Planning Committee of the Soviet Union. For professional use. It was published in 1938 in Omsk. Only 3 issues were published. The magazine documents of a regulatory nature (decrees, orders, directions, instructions, etc.) and informational materials on the census preparations in Omsk Region.

    Published issues: 1938.

  • Vyatka National Economy. Vyatka, 1918-1920.

    Edition of the Vyatka Provincial Food Committee and the Provincial National Economy Council. The magazine was published from 1918 to 1920 Vyatka. Publication frequency: 12 numbers (1918), 24 numbers (1919). The last issue No. 4/5 was printed in 1920. The magazine featured reports and statistical materials, analytical articles about the economy of Vyatka Province, and selected industries, materials on issues of economic development.

    Presented issues: 1918-1920.

  • Voice of the Past. Moscow, 1913-1923.

    A magazine on the history and history of literature, published in 1913-1923 in Moscow. The editorial board was made up of Russian historians and literary critics: A. K. Dzhivelegov, S. P. Melgunov (1913-1922), V. I. Semevsky (1914-1916), V. E. Syroechkovsky (1916-1917), P. N. Sakulin, M. A. Tsyavlovsky (1923). Editor-publisher: S. P. Melgunov (from 1914 to October 1916: S. P. Melgunov and V. I. Semevsky). Monthly (12 issues per year). Three issues were published in 1923 in Russia, then the editors were exiled, and the publication was resumed abroad - in Berlin with the title "On the Other Side" (edited by S. P. Melgunov). Since 1925, it was issued in Prague (edited by V. A. Myakotin). Since 1926, the magazine was moved to Paris with the title "Voice of the Past on the Other Side" (editors: S. P. Melgunov and T. I. Polner). The magazine of the liberal-democratic character featured articles about the social movement and Russian culture, memoirs, letters, documents, and materials. No. 1 of 1923 contained "A systematic index of the contents of the "Voice of the Past" magazine for 10 years (1913-1922)", edited by M. A. Tsyavlovsky.

    Presented issues: 1915-1916.

  • Yearbook of the Main Directorate for Land Arrangement and Agriculture of the Agriculture Department and the Forest Department. Saint-Petersburg, 1908-1916.

    Publication of the Main Directorate for Land Arrangement and Agriculture of the Agriculture Department and the Forest Department, published in Saint-Petersburg in 1908-1916. The yearbook included reports and reviews of the activities of each department, published materials on various issues of agriculture and related industries. The publication supplements featured statistical information, reference materials, and a bibliography. Each issue included a large illustrative material - photographs, drawings, maps, plans, diagrams, charts, etc.

    Presented issues: 1909-1912, 1915.

     

  • Yearbook of the Nikolai Martyanov State Museum in Minusinsk. Minusinsk, 1923-.

    Edition of the Nikolai Martyanov State Museum in Minusinsk. The yearbook was published as annual issues from 1923 to 1935. Edition No. 1 (12) was the last publication of the magazine. Each Yearbook publication featured materials and research on the history of the Minusinsk Territory, special attention was paid to flora, fauna, meteorology, archeology, ethnography, etc. The 1925 Edition was devoted to the 100th anniversary of the Decembrist Revolt on December 26 (14), 1825.

    Presented issues: 1925.

  • Forest Department Yearbook. St. Petersburg, 1911-1916.

    Edition of the Forest Department of the Main Directorate for Land Arrangement and Agriculture (later - the Ministry of Agriculture) was published in Saint Petersburg in 1911-1916. The yearbook featured reports on the State Forest Department (the property lists, organization, property and forest arrangement, experimental forestry review, forest charter violations, forest management activities, income and expenses, bibliography, etc.), forestry monographs.

    Presented issues: 1916.

  • Far Eastern Statistical Review. Khabarovsk; Blagoveshchensk, 1924-1930

    Edition of the Far Eastern Regional Statistical Office. It was published in 1924-1930 in Khabarovsk and Blagoveshchensk. In 1924-1927, the magazine was entitled "Statistical Bulletin". The publication frequency was not regular (single and double numbers). The magazine's material was divided into sections: General Economics, Foreign Trade, Agriculture, Industry, Trade, Market, Social Statistics, Labor, Exchange, Construction, Chronicle, Bibliography, etc.

    Presented issues: 1928-1930.

  • Delo (Work): scientific and literary magazine. Saint-Petersburg, 1866-1888

    The scientific and literary magazine. Since 1869 it became a "literary and political" edition. It was published in Saint-Petersburg from mid-1866 to January 1888 every month. Magazine of the revolutionary democratic movement, a press organ of the radical movement. Editors and publishers: in 1866-1879, N. I. Shulgin was listed as editor and publisher; in 1880, the publisher was Blagosvetlov, the editor was P. V. Bykov; in 1881, the publishers were the heirs of Blagosvetlov, the editor was N. V. Shelgunov; in 1883, the editor was K. M. Stanyukovich; in 1884, the publisher was Stanyukovich, the editor was V. P. Ostrogorsky. After the third book in 1884 the publication was discontinued; in 1885, only one book was published. Since May 1886, the editor and publisher I. S. Durnovo resumed the magazine, but after the first book in 1888 the publication finally ceased.

    Presented issues: 1884.

  • Dinamovets TSCHO (Dinamo Member of Central Сhernozem Region): monthly regional sports magazine: press organ of the Central Сhernozem Regional and Voronezh Councils of the Proletarian Sports Society Dynamo. Voronezh, 1932-1933

    Sports magazine, a press organ of the Central Сhernozem Regional and Voronezh Councils of the Proletarian Sports Society Dynamo. It was published in 1932-1933 in Voronezh. Monthly magazine. It featured materials on physical culture issues and the Dynamo society activities in Central Сhernozem Region.

    Presented issues: 1932-1933.

  • Dinamovets Yakutii (Dinamo Member of Yakutia) Yakutsk, 1933-.

    Sports magazine, a press organ of the Yakut Republican Council of the Proletarian Sports Society Dynamo. It was published in 1933 in Yakutsk. The executive editor was Shmelev. The magazine was edited two times a month. It featured materials related to the activities of the Dynamo Society in the Yakut Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic.

    Presented issues: 1933.

  • Yearbook of the Tides of the Arctic Ocean and the White Sea. Petrograd / Leningrad, 1917-1939.

    The annual publication of the Main Hydrographic Directorate of the USSR. It was published in 1917-1939 in Petrograd / Leningrad with different titles: "Yearbook of the Tides of the Arctic Ocean (within the Russian coast) and the White Sea" (1917-1923), "Yearbook of the Tides of the Arctic Ocean and the White Sea" (1924-1934), "Yearbook of the Tides of the Arctic Ocean" (1935-1939). The publication featured information about tides and ebbs and ebb-tide steams of the Arctic Ocean and the White Sea.

    Presented issues: 1932-1937.

  • Yearbook of the Tobolsk Provincial Museum. Tobolsk, 1893-1919.

    Periodical of local lore collection. It was published by the Executive Committee of the Tobolsk Provincial Museum in 1893-1919. The Yearbook was issued as releases of collected material. A total of 29 issues were published. Editorial Board was made up of Chairman, Secretary, and members of the Museum Committee (simultaneously): N. M. Bogdanovich, L. E. Lugovsky, L. M. Knyazev, V. A. Ivanovsky, A. A. Ternovsky, N. L. Skalozubov, G. Y. Malyarevsky, V. I. Kurkin, V. F. Kostyurin, V. N. Pignatti, B. S. Veltishchev, and others. The magazine was resumed in 2006 in Tyumen with the title "Yearbook of the Tobolsk Museum-Reserve" (publisher: Tobolsk State Historical and Architectural Museum-Reserve). The material was organized into sections: Reports and protocols of meetings; Museum chronicle; Description of the museum's collections. It featured works on issues of local archeology, ethnography, natural sciences, trade, industry, history, geography, statistics, etc.

    Presented issues: 1893-1895, 1897-1902, 1905-1907, 1909-1918.

  • Soviet Justice Weekly. M., 1922-1929.

    Magazine of the People's Commissariat for Justice of the RSFSR. It was published in 1922-1929 in Moscow. From 1930 to July 1941 the magazine was entitled "Soviet Justice". In 1941-1956, it was not published. It was resumed in March 1957 with the title "Soviet Justice" - the magazine of the Ministry for Justice of the RSFSR and the Supreme Court of the RSFSR. Since 1994 it has been published with the name "Russian Justice". Weekly edition. Since 1928 it was issued three times a month. Chief editors (simultaneously): N. Cherlyunchakevich, A. Lisitsin, N. Krylenko, D. Kursky, Y. Brandenburg, P. I. Knock. In 1922, the magazine had an "Official Supplement to the Soviet Justice Weekly". Since 1928 it published the supplement "Judicial Practice of the RSFSR" (edited by P. I. Stuchka, the Chairman of the Supreme Court of the RSFSR ). The magazine featured the work of judicial authorities, arbitration, advocacy, and notaries. Much attention was paid to legal propaganda and legal education of citizens, comments of modern legislation. It published materials on the activities of foreign countries' judicial authorities.

    Presented issues: 1922-1929.

  • Firebird. Paris; Berlin, 1921-1926

    Literary and art illustrated magazine of the Russian emigration. It was published in 1921-1926 in Berlin and Paris (in 1926). Chief editor: Alexander Eduardovich Kogan. Monthly edition. A total of 14 issues were published. Each issue included about 40 large-format pages, with numerous illustrations by artists L. Bakst, A. Benois, I. Bilibin, M. Vrubel, B. Grigoriev, B. Kustodiev, G. Lukomsky, N. Goncharova, N. Roerich, K. Somov, S. Sudeikin, A. Yakovlev, V. Shukhaev. Magazine circulation - about 300 copies. It featured stories, essays, poems, critical articles; illustrated reviews of Russian art life abroad, materials about the Russian theater abroad.

    Presented issues: 1921-1923, 1925, 1926.

  • Magazine for All. Saint-Petersburg, 1895-1906.

    "The Magazine for All" was an illustrated popular monthly edition. It was launched in Saint-Petersburg in 1895 by editor D. A. Gepik. From the end of 1898, it was published by V. S. Mirolyubov, who involved in collaboration with the magazine young writers - Anton Chekhov, Maxim Gorky, Leonid Andreev, Vikenty Veresaev, Evgeny Chirikov, Konstantin Balmont, Alexander Khakhanov, and many others. The critical section was edited by Evgeny Soloviev (pen name in "The Magazine for All"- Mirsky) and (since 1904) Alexander Glinka (Volzhsky). Alexander Kizevetter, Dmitry Ovsyaniko-Kulikovsky, and others worked in the scientific section. The magazine featured fiction works as well as stories about travels and everyday life of different nations and countries, brief biographies of famous people of the past and present. "The Magazine for All" published popular science articles in humanities and natural sciences. The magazine also had such journalistic sections as Political Review, Domestic Chronicle, From the Life of Peoples in Russia and Abroad. The publication's diversity and low price (1 p. Per year) provided its popularity and mass circulation. In 1906 the magazine was published for the last time (No. 9) after the publication of articles about the strike movement.

    Presented issues: 1899.

  • Magazine of the Ministry of State Property. Saint-Petersburg, 1841-1864.

    The magazine was published by the Ministry of State Property in 1841-1864 in Saint-Petersburg. Since 1865, it was published with the title "Agriculture and Forestry". Monthly magazine. Editors: A. P. Zablotsky-Desyatovsky (since 1841), K. S. Veselovsky (1857), V. P. Bezobrazov (1858), F. A. Batalin (1860-1864). The magazine included the official part which released governmental acts and orders, and the second section, which featured materials on agricultural issues: statistics, the state and agriculture, a bibliography, a review of economic life abroad, an agricultural chronicle, etc.

    Presented issues: 1847, 1851, 1852, 1860-1862.

  • Magazine of the Ministry of Justice. Saint-Petersburg, 1859-1917.

    Law magazine was published during two periods by the Ministry of Justice in Saint-Petersburg. In the first period (1859-1868), the magazine was edited by A. M. Troitsky. It was a monthly supplement to the "Judicial Herald". From 1869 to 1876, it was entitled: "Judicial Magazine" (1869-1872), "Judicial Magazine, former Magazine of the Ministry of Justice" (1873-1876). In 1877-1893 the magazine was not published. In the second period (1894-1917), the magazine was edited by a famous lawyer and publicist, Professor V. F. Deryuzhinsky. Publication frequency - 10 issues per year. In 1901-1915 the magazine's supplements were: resolutions of the cassation departments of the Governing Senate, books and official materials on selected issues of criminal, administrative, judicial, and international law and legislation.

    Presented issues: 1897-1903.

  • Magazine of Criminal Law and Procedure, published by the Russian Group of the International Union of Criminalists. Saint-Petersburg, 1912-1913.

    The magazine was published by the Russian Group of the International Union of Criminalists in 1912-1913 in Saint-Petersburg. Publication frequency - 4 issues per year. Editor: I. I. Zaitsev. Its authors were: M. N. Gernet, A. A. Zhizhilenko, E. M. Kulisher, P. I. Lublin, V. D. Nabokov, N. N. Polyansky, and M. P. Chubinsky. The magazine published articles about domestic and foreign criminal law and the process. The supplements featured materials of the general meetings of the Russian Group in Saint-Petersburg.

    Presented issues: 1912-1913.

  • Notes of the East Siberian Department of the Russian Geographical Society on Ethnography. Irkutsk, 1889-1896.

    Edition of the East Siberian Department of the Russian Geographical Society. Notes were issued from 1889 to 1896 in Irkutsk. The publication frequency was not regular. The edition was discontinued after Vol. 3, No. 1. Each of the issues of the "Notes" featured selected monographs and research activities of the Ethnography and Culture of the Peoples of Region Department.

    Presented issues: 1890, 1896.

  • Notes of the West Siberian Department of the Russian Geographical Society. Omsk, 1879-.

    Edition of the West Siberian Department of the Russian Geographical Society. Notes were published as separate books from 1879 to 1916 in Omsk. The edition was discontinued after the book Vol. 38. In 1927, there were efforts to resume publication - the Vol. No. 39 was issued. It was devoted to the 50th anniversary of the establishment of the West Siberian Department of the Russian Geographical Society. In 1964, Vol. 1 (40) was entitled "Notes of the Omsk Department of the Geographical Society of the USSR". It featured materials of geographical, geological, natural-historical, ethnographic, statistical, and archaeological aspects of Western Siberia.

    Presented issues: 1879-1881, 1883, 1885, 1887, 1888, 1893, 1894, 1898.

  • Notes of the Krasnoyarsk Subdivision of the East Siberian Department of the Russian Geographical Society. Ethnography. Krasnoyarsk, 1902-1906.

    Edition of the Krasnoyarsk Subdivision of the East Siberian Department of the Russian Geographical Society. Notes were issued from 1902 to 1906 in Krasnoyarsk and Tomsk. The publication frequency was not regular. Editors: A. V. Adrianov, G. N. Potanin. Each issue of the "Notes" contained selected monographs on the ethnography and culture of the peoples of the region.

    Presented issues: 1905, 1906.

  • Notes of the Historical-Philological Faculty of Saint-Petersburg University. Saint-Petersburg, 1876-1917.

    Edition of the Historical-Philological Faculty of the Imperial Saint-Petersburg / Petrograd University. "Notes" were published as independent issues from 1876 to 1917. The publication frequency was not regular. Every issue of "Notes" contained separate monographs. Table of contents of "Notes" of Vol. 1-131 (1876-1916) was placed in Vol. 131, Vol 1-140 (1876-1917) - in Vol. 140.

    Presented issues: 1882, 1893, 1900, 1902.

  • Notes of the Novorossiysk University. Odessa, 1867-1913.

    Edition of the Imperial Novorossiysk University. "Notes" were published in 1867-1913 in Odessa. Editors (simultaneously): professors A. S. Pavlov, S. P. Yaroshenko, A. A. Kochubinsky, A. P. Dobroklonsky (since 1907). In 1907-1908, the magazine issued a supplement entitled "Journal of Meetings of the Novorossiysk University Council ... ". Since 1909, the Novorossiysk University published "Notes" of separate faculties: Historical-Philological, Medical, Physical-Mathematical, Faculty of Law, and "Notes of the Novorossiysk University. Official department".

    Presented issues: 1901-1904, 1909, 1910, 1912, 1913.

  • Notes of the Society for Komi Region Study. Syktyvkar, 1928-1930.

    Publication of the Society for Komi Region Study. Notes were issued in the undefined period from 1928 to 1930 in Ust-Sysolsk / Syktyvkar. A total of five issues were published, with a circulation of 700-760 copies of each edition. Chief editor: A. F. Bogdanov, the editorial board: D. A. Batiev, A. M. Martyusheva and N. A. Sosnin. "Notes" featured materials on the history of Komi Region. The publication of "Notes" was discontinued after the liquidation of the Society in 1931. In 1988, the Society for Komi Region Study resumed its activities. In 2004 it launched the publication of a new popular science local lore magazine "News of the Society the Komi Region Study".

    Presented issues: 1930.

  • Notes of the Amur Department of the Russian Geographical Society. Khabarovsk, 1894-1914.

    Edition of the Amur Department of the Russian Geographical Society. "Notes" were issued in the undefined period from 1894 to 1914 in Khabarovsk. In 1894-1896, the magazine was published in Saint-Petersburg and Moscow. Each issue contained separate monographs and studies on the Far Eastern Region. Special attention was paid to issues on history and ethnography.

    Presented issues: 1896.

  • Notes of the Russian Geographical Society. Saint-Petersburg, 1846-1864.

    Edition of the Russian Geographical Society. "Notes" were issued from 1846 to 1864. in Saint-Petersburg. The publication frequency was not regular. In 1846-1859, 13 volumes were published. In 1861-1864, publication frequency was 4 issues per year. Editors (simultaneously): V. V. Grigoriev, P. G. Redkin, A. N. Popov, A. N. Nikitenko, K. A. Nevolin, D. A. Milyutin, I. P. Arapetov, V. G. Erofeev, P. I. Nebolsin, A. F. Hilferding, A. N. Beketov, K. N. Bestuzhev-Ryumin. In 1848-1851 the Russian Geographical Society edited a supplement "Geographical News". Since 1866, "Notes" has three main sections: statistics, general geography, and ethnography. The publication was resumed in 1948 without dividing into sections. It was entitled "Notes of the Geographical Society. New Edition".

    Presented issues: 1853.

  • Notes of the Russian Geographical Society. General Geography. Petrograd, 1867-1916.

    Edition of the Mathematical Geography and Physical Geography Departments of the Russian Geographical Society. "Notes" were issued from 1867 to 1916 in Saint-Petersburg / Petrograd. The publication frequency was not regular. Editors (simultaneously): P. Semenov, P. Kropotkin, I. Polyakov, M. Rykachev, A. Lomonosov, R. Lenz, M. Bogdanov, A. Tillo, F. Feldman, Y. Shokalsky, I. Mushketov. Each issue featured individual monographs and results of research activities in physical geography, geology, meteorology, flora and fauna, the study of productive forces, materials from expeditions, etc.

    Presented issues: 1873, 1881, 1886, 1893, 1900, 1906, 1911.

  • Notes of the Russian Geographical Society. Statistics. Petrograd, 1866-1915.

    Edition of the Statistical Section of the Russian Geographical Society. "Notes" were issued from 1866 to 1915 in Saint-Petersburg / Petrograd. The publication frequency was not regular. Editors: A. Artemyev, E. Anuchin, Y. Yanson, M. Raevsky. Each issue featured separate monographs and works devoted to historical and statistical studies, economic relations, industry, and trade, landed property, population censuses, etc.

    Presented issues: 1866, 1873, 1889, 1910, 1912.

  • Notes of the Russian Geographical Society. Ethnography. Petrograd, 1867-1925.

    Edition of the Ethnographical Department of the Russian Geographical Society. "Notes" were issued from 1867 to 1917, and in 1925 in Saint-Petersburg / Petrograd. The publication frequency was not regular. Editors (simultaneously): V. I. Lamansky, L. P. Maykov, A. N. Pypin, N. I. Veselovsky, F. M. Istomin, A. I. Saveliev, F. F. Miller, and P. I. Giltebrandt, P. A. Matveev, P. I. Lerch, P. A. Sokolovsky, I.N. Halfinkin. Each issue featured separate monographs on ethnography, religion, culture, and literature of the peoples of Russia.

    Presented issues: 1883, 1884, 1886, 1889, 1890, 1904, 1908, 1913-1915, 1917.

  • Notes of the Semipalatinsk Department of the Society for the Kazakhstan Study (formerly Semipalatinsk Section of the State Russian Geographical Society). Semipalatinsk, 1903-1931.

    The publication of the Semipalatinsk Department of the Society for the Kazakhstan Study (formerly the Semipalatinsk Section of the West Siberian Department of the Russian Geographical Society (1903-1923) and the Semipalatinsk Department of the State Russian Geographical Society (1925-1928). "Notes" were issued from 1903 to 1931 in Semipalatinsk. The publication frequency was not regular. Each issue featured separate monographs and works devoted to a comprehensive study of Semipalatinsk Region: geographical, geological, archaeological, ethnographic, statistical, and historical aspects.

    Presented issues: 1918, 1925, 1927, 1929, 1931.

  • Notes of the Siberian Department of the Imperial Russian Geographical Society. Saint-Petersburg - Irkutsk, 1856-1886.

    Edition of the Siberian Department of the Imperial Russian Geographical Society. "Notes" were issued from 1856 to 1886 in Irkutsk. The publication frequency was not regular. In 1856-1858, it was edited in Saint-Petersburg. Vol. 12 (1886) was entitled "Notes of the East Siberian Department of the Imperial Russian Geographical Society". Editors (simultaneously): E. I. Lamansky, I. S. Selsky, N. A. Versilov, B. A. Milyutin, A. S. Sgibnev, M. V. Zagoskin, N. I. Kashin, M. Y. Pisarev. The magazine aimed at distributing information about Eastern Siberia and featured the scientific works of members of Society. Vol. 1-12 contained a lot of factual material on ethnography and archeology of region (articles by A. P. Shchapov, Brylkin, Argentov, N. I. Popov, etc.), scientific research in geology, geography, paleontology, and other natural history sciences (articles by N. A. Kostrov, I. D. Chersky, and others), materials on development and expanding and exploiting methods of the natural resources extraction in Siberia, industry, crafts, trade, communications, etc.

    Presented issues: 1874.

  • Zarya (Sunset). Tula, [194-].

    Literary, artistic, and socio-political magazine. It was published during the Great Patriotic War by the Literary Department of Tula State Pedagogical Institute. Executive Editor: A. Lavrov. Literary consultant: N. I. Pospelov.

    Presented issues: 1943.

  • 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.

  • 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 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: 1858.

  • 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 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".

  • 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.

  • 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 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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).

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Karelo-Murmansk Region. Leningrad, 1926-1935.

    Illustrated magazine of local lore and socio-economic issues. It was published in 1926-1935 in Leningrad. Founder and publisher: Council of People's Commissars of the Autonomous Karelian SSR and the Board of the Murmansk Railway (1927-1930), Council of People's Commissars of the Autonomous Karelian SSR (1931-1935). In 1923-1924, it was entitled "Herald of Murman", in 1924-1926 - "Herald of Karelian-Murmansk Region". Monthly edition. The magazine highlighted the problems of studying and exploring natural resources, forestry, fisheries and fur trade, water forces, the economic and cultural development of Karelia and Murman, the problems of transport colonization, everyday life and folklore of Lapland and Murman, and historical and revolutionary life of the North.

    Presented issues: 1935.

  • Hard Labour and Exile. Moscow, 1921-1935.

    Historical and revolutionary magazine, a press organ of the All-Union Society of Former Political Prisoners and Exiled Settlers (former Society of Former Political Prisoners and Exiled Settlers). It was published in 1921-1935 in Moscow. 116 numbers were released. Editors (simultaneously): V. D. Sibiryakov-Vilensky, F. Y. Kon, I. A. Theodorovich. The main sections of the magazine: History of the revolutionary movement in Russia; Penal servitude, Prison, Exile and emigration; Obituaries; Bibliography; Chronicle. The magazine featured research articles, memoirs, archival materials. Among the authors were prominent political figures - B. Kun, D. Z. Manuilsky, A. M. Kollontai. E. M. Yaroslavsky, and others. The magazine involved such historians as Y. V. Gauthier, N. M. Druzhinin, B. P. Kozmin, M. V. Nechkina, A. E. Presnyakov, E. V. Tarle, and others. In 1930-1931 it had a supplement - "Bulletin of the Central Council of the All-Union Society of Political Prisoners and Exiled Settlers".

    Presented issues: 1921, 1923-1926, 1928, 1931-1932, 1935.

  • Kostyor (Bonfire). Moscow-Leningrad, 1936.

    Literary and art magazine for schoolchildren. It was issued from July 1936. Until 1940 (No. 5) it was published in Moscow - Leningrad, beginning from No. 5 in Leningrad / Saint-Petersburg. Monthly edition. From June 1947 to June 1956 it was not published. The magazine was founded by the Publishing House of Children's Literature of the Central Committee of Komsomol. Magazine of the Central Committee of Komsomol, the Union of Writers of the USSR, and the Vladimir Lenin All-Union Pioneer Organization. At present, the founders are "Kostyor" Magazine" Ltd., the International Union of Children's Public Associations "SPO-FDO", the Union of Children's Organizations "Young Russia". In different periods, the magazine published works by S. Y. Marshak, K. I. Chukovsky, O. F. Berggolz, J. P. German, E. L. Schwartz, L. V. Uspensky, K. G. Paustovsky, E. I. Charushin, V. V. Bianki, M. M. Zoshchenko, L. Panteleeva, and others.

    Presented issues: 1936-1939, 1942, 1945, 1947.

  • Krasny Sapyor (Red Sapper)

    Handwritten magazine. It was published on the Western, Stalingrad, Bryansk, and Don Fronts.

    Presented issues: 1942 - 1943

  • Chronicle of the War of 1914-1917. Petrograd, 1914-1917.

    A weekly illustrated magazine published during the First World War in Petrograd. The title of the journal changed according to the year: "Chronicle of the War of 1914", "Chronicle of the War of 1914-1915", "Chronicle of the War of 1914-15-16", "Chronicle of the War of 1914-1917". Editor and publisher: Major General D. N. Dubensky. The magazine was published in the printing house of the Supplier of His Imperial Majesty's Court Partnership R. Golike and A. Vilborg, on wove paper. Format - 33 cm, continuing pagination. A total of 132 issues were released. Each issue contained at least 16 pages, was supplied with numerous photographs, drawings, portraits, plans, maps, sketches. The magazine's material was divided into sections: 1. Official department (Highest orders, circulars, decrees, etc.). 2. Official reports from the war. 3. Articles explaining the current situation. 4. Correspondence from the war. 5. Response to the war in Russia. 6. Various notes and articles about military events.

    Presented issues: 1914-1916.

  • Chronicle of the War with Japan. Saint-Petersburg, 1904-1905.

    A weekly illustrated magazine published during the Russo-Japanese War in Saint-Petersburg, with the participation of P. Belavenets, P. Vozhin, A. Vereshchagin, V. Nedzvetsky, N. Obruchev, P. Rossiev, I Yuvachev and a group of officers from the General Staff. Editor and publisher: Colonel D. N. Dubensky. A total of 84 issues were released. Each issue contained at least 16 large-format pages, with photographs, illustrations, portraits, plans, maps, sketches, and drawings of the war by artists N. Kravchenko, V. Mazurovsky, I. Samokish, A. Safonov, and others. The magazine featured lists of awarded during the Russo-Japanese War with production in the following ranks; orders of the 1st ranks; Orders of Saint George; gold weapons with the motto "For courage"; orders of merit; awarded according to the Highest Orders in 1904; awarded according to the Highest Orders in 1905; Cavaliers of Cross of Saint George for the War with Japan in 1904–1905; ranks of the Manchurian armies; Port Arthur Garrison; Navy ranks (according to the Highest Decrees for the Military Department until November 12, 1905); clergy, killed, wounded, dead from wounds and awarded in the past war. The magazine's material was divided into sections: 1. Official department (Highest orders, circulars, decrees, etc.). 2. Official reports from the war. 3. Articles explaining the current situation. 4. News of the enemy forces, its intentions, and plans. 5. Correspondence from the war. 6. Response to the war in Russia. 7. Reaction of foreign powers. 8. Various notes and articles about military events. 9. Miscellaneous. 10. Caricatures. 11. Announcements.

    Presented issues: 1904-1905.

  • Literary Heritage. Moscow, 1931-.

    Historical and literary magazine, a press organ of the Institute of Literature / Institute of Russian Literature (Pushkin House). Since 1960 the magazine was managed by the A. M. Gorky Institute of World Literature. It was launched in 1931 in Moscow. The magazine published as separate volumes (until 1952 - by numbers). The publication frequency was not regular. The founders were the Russian Association of Proletarian Writers and the Institute of Literature and Language of the Communist Academy of the Central Executive Committee of the USSR. In 1938-1949, the publication was edited by the Institute of Russian Literature (Pushkin House) of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR. In 1949-1960, it was published by the Department of Literature and Language of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR. Since 1960 it has been published by the A. M. Gorky Institute of World Literature of the Russian Academy of Sciences. The staff and authors of the "Literary Heritage" discovered and issued the first scientific publications of many thousands of artworks, epistolary, memoirs, and other works of Alexander Pushkin, Mikhail Lermontov, Alexander Herzen, and Nikolai Ogarev, Leo Tolstoy, Ivan Turgenev, Fyodor Dostoevsky, Fyodor Tyutchev, Afanasy Fet, Ivan Goncharov, Alexander Ostrovsky, Nikolai Leskov, Anton Chekhov, Ivan Bunin, Alexander Blok, Valery Bryusov, Maxim Gorky, Leonid Andreev, and their contemporaries. Prominent Russian and foreign scholars and writers participated in the magazine's creation: M. K. Azadovsky, M. P. Alekseev, I. L. Andronikov, N. P. Antsiferov, V. F. Asmus, P. N. Berkov, S. M. Bondi, N. L. Brodsky, B. Y. Buchstab, V. V. Vinogradov, M. L. Gasparov, E. G. Gerstein, L. Y. Ginzburg, N. K. Gudziy, G. A. Gukovsky, N. N. Gusev, A. S. Dolinin, S. N. Durylin, V. E. Evgeniev-Maksimov, V. M. Zhirmunsky, R. V. Ivanov-Razumnik, B. P. Kozmin, D. S. Likhachev, D. Lukach, A. V. Lunacharsky, Y. M. Lotman, A. Mason, Z. G. Mintz, K. D. Muratova, Y. G. Oksman, K. V. Pigarev, S. A. Reiser, D. P. Svyatopolk-Mirsky, E. V. Tarle, L. I. Timofeev, B. V. Tomashevsky, Y.N. Tynyanov, N. I. Khardzhiev, M. A. Tsavlovsky, K. I. Chukovsky, V. Edgerton, N. Y. Eidelman, B. M. Eichenbaum, A. M. Efros, I. G. Yampolsky, and others. A huge documentary massif published in the "Literary Heritage" for the first time (total volume - about 50,000 pages; illustrations - more than 10,000) remains a unique source on the history of Russian literature until now.

    Presented issues: 1931, 1932, 1934, 1935, 1937, 1948.

  • Menshikov Readings. Saint-Petersburg, 2003-.

    Scientific almanac, published since 2003 in Saint-Petersburg by the Prince Alexander Menshikov Foundation. The first issues featured collections of scientific articles. Since 2006 it was more an almanac than the collection of scientific articles. Since 2010 it is a scientific almanac that preserved the previous numbering. Annual magazine. Executive Editor: Doctor of Historical Sciences, Prof. P. A. Krotov. The magazine publishes materials and research on the history of Russia of the XVIII century. The material is systematized into sections: I. Scientific articles; II. Publication of sources III. Reviews; IV. Materials for the biography of A. D. Menshikov.

    Presented issues: 2003-2014.

  • World economy and World Politics. M., 1924-1947.

    A magazine was published by the Institute of World Economy and World Politics (until 1925 - the Section of International Politics of the Communist Academy) in 1924-1947 in Moscow. In 924-1925 it was entitled "International Chronicle". Monthly edition. The magazine issued the supplements: "Yearbook of World Economy and World Politics" (1928-1929) and "Сonjuncture Bulletin" (May 1936-1941, 1947). The magazine highlighted the problems of imperialism, the crisis of the colonial system, etc.

    Presented issues: 1941-1943, 1945.

  • Naval Collection. Saint-Petersburg, 1848-

    The magazine of the Navy. At different times, it was published by the Naval Scientific Committee, the Naval Technical Committee, the Main Naval Headquarters, the Naval General Staff, the press organ of the Naval Directorate of the Red Army, the People’s Commissariat of the Navy of the USSR, the Naval Ministry of the USSR. It was launched in March 1848. Until 1924 it was published in Saint-Petersburg / Petrograd, and from 1924 in Moscow. The current establisher is the Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation. Monthly magazine. Editors (at different times): Chairmen of the Naval Scientific Committee (1848-1860) - B. A. Glazenap, R. K. Skalovsky, P. Y. Lisyansky, V. P. Melnitsky (1860-1866), N. I. Zelenoy (1866-1886), V. A. Kupriyanov, R. V. Zotov, P. A. Mordovin, S. P. Lukashevich, V. E. Egoriev (1919-1930), V. A. Petrovsky, V. A. Alafuzov, S. F. Naida, I. D. Eliseev, G. D. Agafonov, since 1999 - V. V. Ostapenko. The magazine had supplements: in 1861-1911 - "Medical Supplements to the Naval Collection", published by the Office of the Chief Medical Inspector of the Navy, which highlighted the sanitary condition of the Navy; in 1913-1919 - A free supplement to No. ... of the "Naval Collection" (technical articles); in 1916-1918 - "Library of the Naval Collection", monographs of Russian writers and travelers. In 1980, "Naval Collection" was awarded the Order of the Red Star. The magazine consists of two sections - official and unofficial. The official section publishes legal acts of the highest bodies of state power and Naval Command and control bodies. The informal section contains articles on the history, theory, and practice of the Navy, naval legislation, management, education, naval societies, and institutions, development of naval science and technology, shipbuilding, hydrography, hydraulic engineering, navigation, and memoirs of prominent figures of Russian Navy, articles from foreign periodicals of naval subjects and other materials. Among the authors were A. P. Sokolov, S. I. Elagin, F. F. Veseliy, V. F. Golovachev, A. N. Ostrovsky, I. A. Goncharov, N. I. Pirogov, A. F. Pisemsky, V. I. Dahl, K. M. Stanyukovich, K. V. Ushinsky, F. G. Toll, E. V. Putyatin, G. I. Butakov, S. O. Makarov, D. I. Mendeleev, A. N. Krylov, I. A. Shestakov, and others. During the Great Patriotic War and in the post-war years, the magazine published materials on the military operations of the Soviet Navy. At present, the magazine publishes materials on the history of Russian and foreign naval forces, highlights issues of naval equipment and weapons, naval specialists training. It also publishes criticism, and bibliography.

    Presented issues: 1848-1856, 1864-1866, 2011.

  • Moscow Telegraph. - Moscow, 1825-1834.

    Magazine of Literature, Criticism, Science, and Art, published by Nikolai Alekseevich Polev. It was edited in Moscow in 1825-1834. Publication frequency - two times a month. A total of 200 numbers were published (last issue - No. 5, 1834). The magazine featured fiction works, articles on philosophy, history of literature, history, economics, science, biography, and criticism. The material was systematized into sections: Science and Art, Literature, Bibliography and Criticism, News and Mix, Fashion. The magazine edited works of Alexander Pushkin, Vasily Zhukovsky, Yevgeny Baratynsky, Pyotr Vyazemsky, Vasily Odoevsky, Wilhelm Kuchelbecker, Nikolai Yazykov, Fyodor Glinka, Alexander Bashilov, Valerian Olin, and others. Among foreign writers were Ernst Theodor Amadeus Hoffmann, Victor Hugo, Honoré de Balzac, Prosper Mérimée, James Fenimore Cooper, Walter Scott, Friedrich Schiller, Alfred de Musset, Benjamin Constant, Alfred de Vigny, and others. The magazine had supplements: "The New Artist of Society and Literature" (1830-1831), "Сamera Obscura of Books and People ”(1832).

    Presented issues: 1829.

  • Murzilka. M., 1924-.

    Literary and art magazine for primary school children. It was launched on May 16, 1924, in Moscow. Monthly edition. Magazine of the Central Committee of the Komsomol and the Central Council of the Vladimir Lenin All-Union Pioneer Organization. In 1990-1992 the founders of the magazine were the labour collective of the magazine "Murzilka", "Molodaya Gvardia" Ltd. and the International Union of Pioneer Organizations - the Federation of Children's Organizations "SPO (FDO)", since 1993 - the Editorial Board of the "Murzilka" magazine. Chief Editors (at different times): N. I. Smirnov, K. A. Maltsev, F. Y. Kon, N. Vengerov, L. A. Kassil, A. V. Mityaev, V. F. Matveev, and others, since 1985 - T. F. Androsenko. The magazine published works by S. Y. Marshak, K. I. Chukovsky, M. M. Prishvin, V. V. Lebedev, E. I. Charushin, A. Barto, K. G. Paustovsky, E. Uspensky, M. Moskvina, V. Lunina, L. Yakhnina, M. Yasnova, and others. The magazine has sections of art, Russian history, nature, school life, children's leisure. It features stories, novels, poems, tales, essays, plays of Russian and foreign children's writers; games, riddles, puzzles, crosswords, coloring books, and others. Since 1992, the magazine has the supplement "Kucha Mala".

    Presented issues: 1930-1932, 1934-1937, 1939, 1940, 1942.

  • Peoples' Teacher: Weekly Professional and Socio-Pedagogical Magazine. Chisinau; Kiev; Moscow, 1906-1919

    Professional and socio-political magazine. It was published from March 1906 until January 1919. In 1906-1908 (No. 1-7), it was published in Chisinau, in 1908-1909 (No. 8-15) - in Kiev, in 1910-1919 - in Moscow. Until 1912, it was published twice a month, then weekly (it was not issued in the summer months). In 1906-1918, from 15 to 40 issues were published per year. In 1919, 1 issue was edited. Annual Indices for 1906-1907, 1910, 1912-1918 are in the last issue of each year. Permanent sections of the magazine: Chronicle of Public Education, In Teacher Societies, Local Messages, Internal Review, General News, Repressions, Media, From the Life of a Foreign School. The magazine consistently fought for the school democratization, its liberation from the influence of the tsarist bureaucracy. Particular attention was paid to the needs of the country school. It widely popularized the activities of the All-Russian Union of Teachers, various teacher organizations and societies, and highlighted the peasant movement.

    Presented issues: 1909.

  • New Word. Saint-Petersburg, 1894-1897.

    Scientific, literary, and political magazine. It was published in 1894-1897 in Saint- Petersburg. The magazine was founded by I. Potanin in 1893. From 1895, the magazine was edited by writer and publisher O. N. Popova. Editors: A. A. Sleptsov, A. M. Skabichevsky. Monthly edition. At the beginning it was a liberal-populist magazine, then a Marxist edition. In 1897, from issue No. 6, the magazine's materials were subjected to censorship reductions. On December 10, 1897, by the decision of the three ministers and the Ober-Procurator of the Most Holy Synod, Konstantin Pobedonostsev the magazine was finally forbidden. In 1897, Vol. 12 was confiscated and burned. The magazine featured works of S. Krivenko, Y. Abramov, L. Obolensky, N. Danielson, N. Vorontsov, V. Lenin, G. V. Plekhanov, V. I. Zasulich, Y. O. Martov, A. M. Kalmykova, P. B. Struve, V. I. Bogucharsky, S. Bulgakov, M. I. Tugan-Baranovsky, M. Gorky, V. V. Veresaev, E. Chirikov, and others.

    Presented issues: 1894-1897.

  • Ogoniok (Spark). Moscow, 1923-.

    Socio-political and literary and art illustrated magazine. It has been publishing since 1923 in Moscow. Until 1918 it was issued as an illustrated literary and art supplement to the newspaper "Birzhevye Vedomosti" (Stock News) published by S. M. Propper. In 1918, the publication ceased and was resumed by M. E. Koltsov in 1923. Weekly magazine (from 1931 to mid-1941 it was edited every decade - 3 times a month). Chief Editors: M. E. Koltsov (1923-1938), E. P. Petrov, M. Dobrynin (1944), A. A. Surkov (1945-1953), A. V. Sofronov (1953-1986), V. A. Korotich (1986-1991), L. N. Gushchin (1992-1997), V. B. Chernov (1998-2003), V. G. Loshak (2003-2004, 2005-2012), V. O. Vdovin (2004-2005), S. L. Agafonov (since 2012). Publishers: "Mospoligraf" Publishing House (1923-1925), "Ogoniok" Publishing House (1925-1931), Magazine and Newspaper Association (1931-1938), "Pravda" Publishing House (1938-1990), "Ogoniok" Publishing House (1990 -2009), Kommersant Publishing Group (since 2009). In 1925-1991 it published art and journalistic brochures in the series "Library" of "Ogoniok". It also had the following supplements: "Culture - Industry - Trade" (1925), "Exchange News: NTR" (2002-).

    Presented issues: 1941, 1945.

  • Otechestvennye Zapiski (Patriotic Notes) published by Pavel Svinyin. Saint-Petersburg, 1818-1830.

    The magazine was founded in 1818 in Saint-Petersburg as a collection of works by Pavel Svinyin. It was entitled Otechestvennye Zapiski by Pavel Svinyin (1818 - I part, 1819 - II part). In 1820-1830 it was a monthly magazine. The yearbook published materials on Russian history, ethnography, folk craftsmen, poems of folk poets. Among the authors were N. V. Gogol, E. A. Kankrin, M. P. Pogodin, N. A. Polevoy. The magazine featured materials on the Russian industry, ethnography and history, and art. In 1830, a magazine published a "Leaflet for the Fatherland".

    Presented issues: 1821-1822.

  • Pioneer. Moscow, 1924-.

    The literary, art, and socio-political magazine for pioneers and schoolchildren. It was launched on March 15, 1924, in Moscow. Monthly edition (until 1936 - two times a month). In 1926, the "Baraban" ("Drum") magazine joined the magazine. Press organ of Vladimir Lenin Central Bureau of Children's Communist Groups. (1924-1926), Vladimir Lenin Central Bureau of the Children's Communist Organization (1926-1935), the Central Committee of the Komsomol, and the Central Council of the Vladimir Lenin All-Union Pioneer Organization (since 1935). Chief Editors: B. A. Ivanter (1933-1938), P. K. Shari (1938-1941), N. V. Ilyin (1941-1971), S. A. Furin (1971-1986), A. S. Moroz (since 1986). Since 1991, the founder of the magazine has been the Editorial Board of the "Pioneer" magazine. The magazine published at different times works of Z. I. Voskresenskaya, M. P. Prilezhaeva, Y. Y. Yakovlev, A. G. Aleksin, S. Y. Marshak, A. P. Gaidar, L. A. Kassil, B. S. Zhitkov, K. G. Paustovsky, R. I. Fraerman, V. A. Kaverin, A. L. Barto, V. V. Bianki, S. V. Mikhalkov, V. P. Krapivin, and other children's writers.

    Presented issues: 1930.

  • Polotsk-Vitebsk Antiquity. Vitebsk, 1911-1916.

    Edition of the Vitebsk Scientific Archival Commission. It was published in 1911-1912 and 1916 in Vitebsk. Vol. 1 (1910) was entitled "Proceedings of the Vitebsk Scientific Archival Commission", but it changed the name to "Polotsk-Vitebsk Antiquity". The frequency was not regular. A total of three issues were edited. Editorial Committee: V. A. Kadygrobov, Chairman of the Commission, V. N. Tychinin, S. S. Kommisarzhevsky, K. I. Tikhomirov, and others. It featured materials on the history and current status of Polotsk-Vitebsk Region.

    Presented issues: 1911, 1912, 1916.

  • Law and Life. Moscow, 1922-1928.

    The magazine was devoted to issues of law and economic development. It was published in 1922-1928 in Moscow, edited by prof. A. M. Vinaver, M. N. Gernet, and A. N. Trainin. The magazine published articles on the problems of jurisprudence, Soviet and foreign legislation, state system, administrative justice, civil code, etc., law chronicle and government orders.

    Presented issues: 1922-1927.

  • Proletarian Revolution and Law. Moscow, 1918-1921.

    Magazine of the People's Commissariat for Justice of RSFSR. It was published in 1918-1921 in Moscow. Monthly edition (since 1919). The magazine published articles on the issues of Soviet justice, employment, and criminal law, marriage and divorce, guardianship, etc. Among the authors were famous lawyers, legislators, and statesmen: A. G. Goichbarg, Z. R. Tettenborn, People's Commissar for Justice of RSFSR D. I. Kursky and others. The journal also published reports, instructions, and decrees of the People's Commissariat for Justice of RSFSR, various official materials.

    Presented issues: 1918-1919, 1921.

  • Pushkin and His Contemporaries: materials and studies: periodical of the Commission for the publication of Pushkin's works of the Russian Language and Literature Department of the Imperial Academy of Sciences. Saint-Petersburg, 1903-1930

    The first periodical of Pushkin researchers. It was established in 1903 by B. L. Modzalevsky. The release of "Materials and Studies" ceased after the Modzalevsky's death. In 1999, the publication was resumed by the staff of the Institute of Russian Literature of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Pushkin House).

    Presented issues: 1907, 1908, 1910, 1913, 1914.

  • Revolutionary Legality. Moscow, 1926.

    The magazine was published in 1926 in Moscow at the publishing house "Legal Protection". The magazine featured issues of civil, criminal, employment, economic, peasant, administrative, and financial law, as well as legislative activities and the legal activity in the USSR.

    Presented issues: 1926.

  • Rodina (Motherland). Moscow, 1989-.

    Historical popular science magazine (formerly socio-political, popular science, and illustrated magazine). It has been publishing since 1989 in Moscow. Monthly edition. Establishers: Government of the Russian Federation, Administration of the President of the Russian Federation. Editorial Office and Publisher: Federal State Budgetary Institution "Editorial Board of the "Rossiyskaya Gazeta" (since March 2014). Chief Editors(at different times): Y. A. Sovtsov (1989), V. P. Dolmatov (1990-2006), Y. A. Borisenok (2007-2014), V. A. Fronin (since 2014). From 1993 to 2003 the magazine had a supplement - the "Istochnik" ("Source") magazine. The online version of the magazine: https://rodina.rg.ru/. It publishes scientific and popular science materials on issues of Russian and world history; unique photographs; special thematic issues. Among the authors of the magazine are well-known historians, archaeologists, writers, and publicists.

    Presented issues: 2015-2017.

  • Rodina (Motherland). Saint-Petersburg, 1879-1917.

    Literary and art family magazine with illustrated supplements "World Review" and "Entertainment at Leisure Hours". It was founded in Saint-Petersburg in 1879 by V. A. Zakharov. Monthly edition, since 1883 - weekly. In 1879-1880, it was edited as a supplement to the "Herald of Popular Help" magazine, in 1884 as a supplement to the "Progressive Agriculture" magazine. Since August 1883, the magazine was reorganized into a newspaper. In 1886, A. A. Kaspari bought the publication. Since 1888, the publication was issued as two parallel editions entitled: "Rodina (Motherland): an illustrated magazine for family reading" (since 1908 - a literary and family magazine with illustrated supplements "World Review" and "Entertainment at Leisure Hours") and "Rodina (Motherland): weekly political, public, and literary newspaper" (since 1909, as a free supplement to the "Rodina" magazine). Each year has a common title page: "Rodina (Motherland): weekly illustrated literary magazine and political public newspaper". After No. 52 of 1911, the independent publication of the newspaper was discontinued. In 1912, each issue of the magazine had the "Rodina" newspaper section featured weekly reviews of politics and public life. The Magazine had supplements: "World Traveler", "Agriculture and Housekeeping", "Entertainment at Leisure Hours", "Contemporary Events", "Illustrated World Review", "Knowledge and Benefits", "Historical Library", "Collection of Russian and Foreign literature" and others.

    Presented issues: 1890, 1891, 1897, 1899, 1900-1902,1905-1907, 1909-1913, 1915, 1917.

  • Russian Law Magazine. Yekaterinburg, 1993-.

    Scientific, theoretical, informational, and practical publication. The magazine was established in 1992 by the Ministry of Justice of the Russian Federation and Ural State Law Academy (since April 2014 - Ural State Law University). Has been publishing in Yekaterinburg. Publication frequency: quarterly (1993-2006), since 2007 - 6 times a year. The Editorial Board and Editorial Council of the magazine include scientists and practitioners from various regions of Russia and abroad, representing law schools of Moscow, Saint-Petersburg, Voronezh, Saratov, Kazan, Perm, Tyumen, Barnaul, Leven, Kiel, Beijing. The purpose of the publication is the comprehensive discussion of federal and regional problems of legal regulation and law enforcement practice. The magazine pays attention to the problems of state and local government, investigative and judicial practice, comparative law. The main sections: "Theory of Law and the State", "International Law", "Economics and Law", "Civil Law and the Process", "Criminal Law and the Process", etc.

    Presented issues: 2003-2015.

  • Russian Conversation. Moscow, 1856-1860.

    Magazine of the Slavophilia intellectual movement. It was published in 1856-1860 in Moscow. Publication frequency: 4 Vol. per year, from 1859 - 6 Vol. per year, in 1860 only 2 Vol. were published. Publisher and Editor: A. I. Koshelev; Co-editors: T. I. Filippov (until the beginning of 1857), then - P. I. Bartenev and M. A. Maksimovich. From 1858 to August 1859 editor was I. S. Aksakov. The publication was a joint-stock society. Shareholders A. I. Koshelev, Y. F. Samarin, A. S. Khomyakov and V. A. Cherkassky made up the "Editorial Board" and were the main staff of the magazine. Sections of the magazine: "Fiction", "Science", "Criticism", "Review", "Miscellaneous", "Biographies". Authors who actively collaborated with the magazine were K. S. Aksakov, I. D. Belyaev, N. P. Gilyarov-Platonov, A. F. Hilferding, I. V. Kireevsky. It released articles by V. N. Leshkov, M. A. Maksimovich, M. P. Pogodin and S. P. Shevyrev. Scientists and writers from Slavic countries were involved in the magazine. It featured works of Russian writers: I. S. and K. S. Aksakov, S. T. Aksakova, V. I. Dal, I. S. Nikitin, A. K. Tolstoy, F. I. Tyutchev, A. S. Khomyakov, A. N. Ostrovsky, M. E. Saltykov-Shchedrin, T. G. Shevchenko, and others. A monthly supplement to the journal was the “Rural Improvement" which featured materials on the peasant question. The magazine’s traditions were continued by the magazine of the same name, published in Saint-Petersburg in 1895-1896.

    Presented issues: 1856-1859.

  • Russian Conversation. Saint-Petersburg, 1895-1896.

    Literary and political magazine. It was published in 1895-1896 in Saint-Petersburg. Until 1895, it was entitled "Galician-Russian Herald". In 1897, the publication was discontinued. Monthly edition. Publishers: A. V. Vasiliev, E. A. Evdokimov (1895), A. V. Vasiliev, E. A. Evdokimov (1896). Publisher and Editor: V. S. Dragomiretsky. It published a monthly supplement "Blagovest" magazine. Among the authors were historians, writers, publicists: A. A. Vvedensky, D. I. Ilovaisky, S. F. Sharapov, and others. The magazine featured issues of politics, literature, economics, history, and printed artworks. He continued the tradition of the magazine of the same name, published in Moscow in 1856-1860.

    Presented issues: 1895-1896.

  • Russian Antiquity. Saint-Petersburg, 1870-1918.

    Historical journal founded by historian M. I. Semevsky in Saint-Petersburg. It was published in 1870-1918. Monthly magazine. Editors (at different times): M. I. Semevsky, A. S. Lotsinsky, N. K. Schilder, N. F. Dubrovin, P. N. Voronov. The journal published official documents, autobiographies, memoirs, letters of political and public figures, cultural figures, first publications of Russian writers of the XVIII - first half of the XIX centuries.

    Presented issues: 1870-1881, 1883, 1886-1917.

  • Russian Archive. Moscow, 1863-1917.

    Historical and literary collection. It was published at the Chertkovsky library in Moscow in 1863-1917 by the historian and literary critic P. I. Bartenev. The last issue No. 2/3 was edited in 1917. Monthly magazine. Editors and Publishers (at different times): P. I. Bartenev, N. S. Bartenev, Y. P. Bartenev, P. Y. Bartenev. The collection was published in issues (notebooks), 12 issues per year. The issues were combined into volumes, the number of issues in the volume in different years was different: 2, 3, 4. The magazine featured memorial, epistolary, literary, artistic, and departmental documents, and materials about the cultural and political history of Russia in the XVIII-XIX centuries. It also published the works of Russian writers and poets: V. A. Zhukovsky, M. Y. Lermontov, N. M. Karamzin, N. V. Gogol, and others. The supplements issued tables of contexts indexes, memoirs, and literary works. The magazine was resumed in the 1990s as a Russian historical magazine with the same title.

    Presented issues: 1868, 1869, 1877, 1878, 1880, 1888-1890, 1904-1906.

  • Russian Herald. Moscow, 1856-1906.

    Literary and political magazine. It was published in Moscow (1856-1887, 1896-1902) and Saint-Petersburg (1887-1896, 1902-1906). The magazine was founded by a publicist, literary critic, and publisher M. N. Katkov. Editors and Publishers: M. N. Katkov (1856-1887), S. P. Katkova (1887), writer F. N. Berg (1887-1894), lawyer M. M. Katkov (1896-1902), public figure and journalist V. V. Komarov (1902-1906). Monthly edition (12 issues per year, 2 issues in the volume). A total of 306 volumes were published (in the numbering of volumes, number 192 was omitted, number 247 was given twice). In 1858-1861, "Supplements to the Russian Herald" were published (6 volumes). From 1861, the "Modern Chronicle" section was published as an independent magazine of the same name. The magazine featured issues of Russian and foreign history, philology, economics, trade. It published travel notes, articles on agriculture, etc. Among the authors were Russian writers of the XIX century: L. N. Tolstoy, M. E. Saltykov-Shchedrin, I. S. Turgenev, F. I. Tyutchev, A. A. Fet, F. M. Dostoevsky, A. N. Ostrovsky, N. S. Leskov. The magazine edited such works as "War and Peace", "Anna Karenina", "Crime and Punishment", and "The Brothers Karamazov".

    Presented issues: 1862, 1871, 1875, 1882, 1888-1890, 1900, 1901.

  • Russian Philological Herald. Warsaw, 1879-1917.

    Scientific linguistic and historical-literary journal, founded in 1879 by professor M. A. Kolosov. Until 1915 it was published in Warsaw, in 1915-1917 in Moscow, Petrograd, and Kazan. Editors (at different times): M. A. Kolosov (1879-1880), A. I. Smirnov (1880-1904), E. F. Karsky (1904-1917). Publication frequency - 4 issues per year (two issues made up the volume). A total of 78 volumes were published. The magazine published studies on language, folk poetry, Old Russian and Slavic literature, articles, and notes on contemporary Russian literature. Great attention was paid to works on comparative and general linguistics, the history of the Russian language, and Slavic paleography. Since 1907, the "Russian Philological Herald" published the works of the Moscow Dialectological Commission.

    Presented issues: 1879-1882, 1887-1918.

  • Russian Wealth. Saint-Petersburg / Petrograd, 1879-1918.

    The literary, scientific, and political magazine. It was published in Saint-Petersburg / Petrograd (1879-1905, 1906, 1914, No. 9 (May), 1918). In 1906 (January-May) the publication of the magazine was discontinued by a decision of the Saint-Petersburg Trial Chamber. The magazines "Modern Notes" (No. 1) and "Modernity" (No. 1 (March) - 2 (April)) were sent to subscribers. In 1914, the publication of the magazine was discontinued by the Petrograd Gradonachalnik according to the law on areas during the military situation. Instead of the "Russian Wealth" magazine, the following magazines were sent to subscribers: "Russian Notes" (No. 1 (November)) - 1917 (No. 2/3), "Russian Notes" ("Russian Wealth") (1917, No. 2/3) and "Russian Wealth" ("Russian Notes") ”(1917, No. 4 / 5-11 / 12). In 1917, the publication of the journal resumed. Monthly magazine. Editors (at different times): V. G. Korolenko, N. K. Mikhailovsky, V. S. Elpatievsky, S. V. Korolenko, L. I. Borozdich, A. F. Rodionova, and others. The magazine published fiction, scientific and critical articles, reviews of new books, chronicles, and reviews of public life. Among the authors were G. I. Uspensky, K. M. Stanyukovich, D. N. Mamin-Sibiryak, N. G. Garin-Mikhailovsky, A. I. Kuprin, V. G. Korolenko, V. V. Lesevich, V. A. Myakotin, P. V. Mokievsky, M. M. Kovalevsky, V. I. Semevsky, S. A. Vengerov, I. V. Luchitsky, H. M. Yadrintsev, I. I. Ivanov, A. A. Kizevetter, G. N. Potanin, M. A. Antonovich, M. M. Filippov, P. B. Struve, V. A. Fausek, V. V. Vodovozov, and others. It was resumed in Moscow in 1991 under the same name (publication of the Russian Branch of the International Pedagogical Academy).

    Presented issues: 1883.

  • 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 of the Soviet Union. Leningrad, 1927-1928

    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: 1926.

  • Collection of the Russian Language and Literature Department of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Petrograd, 1917-1922

    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: 1921-1922.

  • 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.

  • 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 Issues. Saint-Petersburg, 1905-1913.

    An independent progressive magazine devoted to the protection of the regional interests of Siberia. Monthly edition, from No. 4 of 1907 - weekly. In 1913, the last issue was published (No. 1). Editors: P. M. Golovachev, A. I. Ivanchin-Pisarev (since 1909). Articles and reviews featured issues of industry and trade, education, local government, peoples' migration, culture, etc.

    Presented issues: 1905-1912.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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: 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Themes of Life. Saint-Petersburg, [1906] -1907.

    Weekly publication, published in 1906-1907 in Saint-Petersburg. Editor: Lev Naumovich Kleinbort, publisher: O. N. Popova. The publication contained from 20 to 100 pages and could include 1-3 issues. A total of 19 numbers were published. Each issue was a separate brochure on socio-political issues. Among the authors were A. V. Lunacharsky, P. P. Maslov, M. I. Bogolepov, A. E. Yelnitsky, P. P. Rumyantsev, etc.

    Presented issues: 1906-1907.

  • Tobolsk Eparhial News. Tobolsk, 1882-1919.

    The magazine was published by the Tobolsk Eparchial Brotherhood of Demetrius of Thessaloniki in 1882-1919. Publication frequency - 2 times a month, from No. 13 of 1914 - weekly. Editors (at different times): N. A. Gorodkov (unofficial part), A. A. Gorodokov, priest G. S. Tutolmin, A. A. Zyryanov, Y. P. Afanasyev. The magazine consisted of two sections - official and unofficial. The official section published manifestos, the Highest decrees for the Department of Religious Affairs, rescripts and decrees of the Most Holy Governing Synod, the Tobolsk Consistory, eparchial news, reports of Boards of Trustees, Councils of Eparchial and District Schools, resolutions of congresses, lists of students of seminaries and schools. The unofficial section featured articles of a religious and moral and church and liturgical character on the history and issues of the mission, as well as a chronicle of events. In 1901-1916 the magazine had a supplement - "School Leaflet".

    Presented issues: 1882-1896, 1899-1915, 1917-1918.

  • Tobolsk Region. Tobolsk, 1924-1926.

    Local lore magazine. It was published by the Tobolsk Local Lore Society (1924-1925). Since 1926 the editor was the Tobolsk District Planning Commission, the North District Committee, and the Local Lore Society. In 1924-1925, it was entitled "Our Land". Monthly edition. The magazine featured works devoted to Tobolsk Region - its history, geography, ethnography, economics, and social life, archeology, literature, etc.

    Presented issues: 1925-1926.

  • Labour Assistance. Saint-Petersburg, 1897-1918.

    The magazine was published by the Guardianship of Workhouses and Orphanages (since No. 8, 1906 - the Guardianship of Labour Assistance). It was published in 1897-1918 in Saint-Petersburg. Monthly magazine (10 issues per year), tables of contents were issued in No. 5 and No. 10. Its editor was the famous lawyer and publicist V. F. Deryuzhinsky who also edited the "Magazine of the Ministry of Justice". The magazine was made up of two sections - official and unofficial. The tasks of the magazine included: approval of labour assistance; publication of information useful to labour assistance institutions; development of practical issues; development of labour assistance abroad. The magazine featured various forms of labour assistance (workhouses, training workshops, orphanages, etc.), reviews of legislation, administrative orders and activities of central and local government bodies in the field of public charity; reports of charitable institutions, essays on the history of charity and individual charitable organizations. Each issue included a bibliographic review.

    Presented issues: 1897-1899, 1908, 1914-1918.

  • Proceedings of the Arctic Institute. Leningrad, 1931-1938.

    Edition of the All-Union Arctic Institute of the Chief Directorate of the Northern Sea Route of the Council of People's Commissars of the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic. The issues of "Proceedings" were published since 1931 in Leningrad. Publication frequency was not regular. From 1939 it has been published with the title "Proceedings of the Arctic Scientific Research Institute of the Chief Directorate of the Northern Sea Route of the Council of People's Commissars of the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic". Each issue contained separate monographs and materials of the latest research on the history of the discovery, exploration, and study of the Arctic, as well as the results of scientific expeditions.

    Presented issues: 1932-1938.

  • Proceedings of the East Siberian Department of the Imperial Russian Geographical Society. Irkutsk, 1897-1914.

    Edition of the East Siberian Department of the Imperial Russian Geographical Society. The magazine was published at different times, from 1897 to 1914, in Irkutsk (in 1903 in Tomsk). Until 1897 it was entitled "Notes of the East Siberian Department of the Imperial Russian Geographical Society". Editors (at different times): G. N. Potanin, A. V. Azletsky, I. I. Serebrennikov, and others. Each issue of the "Proceedings" contained separate monographs and works on ethnography, religion, and culture of the peoples of Irkutsk Region. Some issues featured the "Irkutsk Chronicle" (1652-1880). The magazine also published the table of contests: "Systematic Index for 1901-1911".

    Presented issues: 1911, 1914.

  • Proceedings of the Institute of Conjuncture of Petrovskaya-Rozumovskaya Agricultural Academy. Vologda, 1922-.

    The publication of the Institute of Conjuncture of Petrovskaya-Rozumovskaya Agricultural Academy (since 1923 at the People's Commissariat of Finance of the USSR). The magazine was issued from 1922 with no regular frequency. The general editorship was conducted by the outstanding Russian economist N. D. Kondratiev. Each issue of "Proceedings" contained separate monographs on the theoretical study of conjuncture problems.

    Presented issues: 1922.

  • Proceedings of the Russian Language Dialectology Commission (former Moscow Dialectological Commission). Leningrad, 1908-1931.

    Publication of the Russian Language Dialectology Commission of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR (former Moscow Dialectological Commission). "Proceedings" were published in 1908-1931 in Warsaw and Leningrad. Publication frequency was not regular. In 1931 was printed the last issue (No. 12). Since 1915, the editor of the publication was the Commission Chairman, Prof. D. N. Ushakov. Each issue of the "Proceedings" contained separate monographs on the Russian language dialectology, as well as materials on compiling the dialectological map of the Russian language, study of dialectological phenomena, describing dialects of various regions of Russia, etc.

    Presented issues: 1919, 1927, 1928, 1930.

  • Proceedings of the Commission on the Russian Language. Leningrad, 1931.

    Publication of the Russian Language Commission of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR. Only one volume was published in 1931 in Leningrad instead of the linguistics section of the "News of the Russian Language and Literature". Editors - Academicians E. F. Karsky and N. S. Derzhavin. The magazine featured materials on the language of the Suzdal Chronicle of the Laurentian Codex list (V. I. Borkovsky), Russian jargon (V. V. Straten), dialects in the Velikie Luki District (I. O. Kuzmin), etc.

    Presented issues: 1931.

  • Proceedings of Industrial Research Institutes. Moscow-Leningrad, 1923-1932.

    The publication of the Scientific and Technical Directorate of the Supreme Board of the National Economy of the USSR, which united large research institutions conducting research work in all industries (textile, sugar, construction, chemical, electrical, heating, etc.). The magazine was published in Moscow and Leningrad from 1923 to 1932. The frequency was not regular. A total of 805 numbers were issued. Each issue of the "Proceedings" contained separate monographs or publications of various institutes from the network of institutions supervised by the Scientific and Technical Directorate of the Supreme Board of the National Economy of the USSR.

    Presented issues: 1926, 1927, 1929, 1931.

  • Proceedings of the Orenburg Scientific Archival Commission. Orenburg, 1889-1917.

    Edition of the Orenburg Scientific Archival Commission. Issues of the "Proceedings" were published from 1889 to 1917 in Orenburg and Ufa. Publication frequency was not regular. A total of 35 issues were released. The first issue was entitled: "Archive of the former Orenburg Governor-General Administration". Edition circulation: 350-500 copies. The main focus in the magazine was the publication of documentary, ethnographic, archaeological, and other materials on the history of Orenburg Region. It featured protocols and reports of the Archival Commission; government decrees regarding the administration and coordination of Orenburg Region; research on the role of Orenburg Region in the development and conducting of Russian policy towards the East; development of the economic and cultural understanding of the peoples of Russia, Kazakhstan, and Central Asia; materials of archaeological research in Orenburg Region, etc. From Issue 10 (1903) each publication included the table of the contents of all previously published issues.

    Presented issues: 1897-1917.

  • Proceedings of the Oryol Scientific Archival Commission. Oryol, 1885-1906.

    Edition of the Oryol Scientific Archival Commission. The magazine was published from 1885 to 1906 in Oryol. Publication frequency was not regular. A total of 37 issues were released. The "Proceedings"featured documents from the central, provincial, and district archives, as well as private collections: church sources and office materials - census books of the XVII-XVIII centuries, different agreements between local authorities and individuals, statistical materials. It also released the Journals of meetings of the Archival Commission, materials on the history of the Oryol Region. The Issue for 1904/1905 contains an index: "Table of Contents of the Proceedings of the Oryol Scientific Archival Commission" [1885-1904 / 1905].

    Presented issues: 1885, 1888-1899, 1901-1905.

  • Proceedings of the Polar Commission. Moscow - Leningrad, 1930-1937.

    Edition of the Polar Commission of the Academy of Sciences of the Soviet Union. The works were published in the period from 1930 to 1937 in Leningrad (since 1935 - in Moscow and Leningrad). Editor: Russian researcher of the flora of the North and North-East of the European part of Russia A. I. Tolmachev. Each issue of the magazine contained separate monographs and materials of the latest research of the Arctic and northern regions. It highlighted the problems of flora, fauna, soil, climate, hydrography, geology; published topographic, geodetic materials, maps of expeditionary research areas, materials from the GULAG Mining Department. The "Proceedings" also featured the results of scientific expeditions. They were two complex Arctic expeditions of the Academy of Sciences - Gyda Expedition (1927, under the direction of B. N. Gorodkov) and Taymyr (1928, under the direction of A. I. Tolmachev); expeditions of the Council for the Study of the Productive Forces of the Academy of Sciences of the Soviet Union, the expedition of the Northern Prospecting Trust (four coal prospecting parties, 1932) and others. The publication of "Proceedings" ceased soon after the liquidation of the Commission. A total of 30 issues were published.

    Presented issues: 1932-1936.

  • Tulsky Kray (Tula Region). Tula, 1926-1930.

    Local lore magazine published by the Society for the Study of the Tula Region along with the Tula Provincial Planning Commission and the Tula Provincial Department of the Association for the Study of Productive Forces of the Central Industrial Region. It was edited in 1926-1930 in Tula. Monthly magazine (1926-1928), in 1929-1930 - 6 numbers per year (actually - 3 numbers). Executive Editor: A. M. Rassadnev. The magazine published the scientific works of local researchers about nature, history, economics, and other types of productive forces in Tula Region. It spotlighted the activities of the Planning Commission, questions of school regional studies, regional museum and excursion activities. The magazine also released lists of literature about Tula Region.

    Presented issues: 1926-1930.

  • Ural (The Urals) Orenburg, 1912.

    The commercial, literary and sports biweekly magazine, published in Orenburg in 1912. Publisher: T. I. Nekipelov, editor: P. Y. Galitsinsky. The magazine had three sections: Commerce and Industry section, which contained reviews and news items on manufacturing and bread markets, harvests in Orenburg Region; Literary, that presented poems and short stories; and a Sports section, which included sports games, crosswords, rebuses, and riddles.

    The 1912 issues are available.

  • Fizkultura i sotsialisticheskoye stroitelstvo. (Physical Culture and Building Socialism) Moscow, 1932.

    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 1932 in Moscow. The magazine was established as a result of the merger between magazines “Teoriya i praktika fizicheskoy kultury” (Theory and Practice of Physical Culture) and “Fizkultaktivist” (Physical Culture Activist). In 1933 it was renamed “Sovetskaya Fizkultura” (Soviet Physical Culture). A monthly magazine. A total of 12 issues came out (No. 10 and No. 11 were combined). It contained materials on the physical culture movement (history of the physical culture and sports movement in the USSR and abroad, physical education, physical culture scientific and practical work, physical culture bibliography, etc.). The magazine included the following sections: 1. Socio-political. 2. Organizational and Methodological. 3. Research. 4. In the Soviet Union. 5. In the World. 6. Criticism and Bibliography. 7. Official.

    The 1932 issues are available.

  • Christian Reading. Saint-Petersburg, 1991-.

    Scientific and theological magazine of the Saint Petersburg Theological Academy. The publication was founded in 1821 as "Christian Reading: Monthly Edition of the Saint-Petersburg Theological Academy" (1821-1917). In 1990-1991, it was entitled "Herald of the Leningrad Theological Academy". In 1991 the magazine was resumed with the former name. Publication frequency: one time per two months. Chief Editor: Rector of the Saint-Petersburg Theological Academy, Archbishop of Peterhof Amvrosy (Yermakov Vitaly Anatolyevich). The journal is included in the List of Peer-reviewed Scientific Publications by the Higher Attestation Commission. The magazine highlights: Theology; Philosophy; History. Historical sciences; Culture. Culturology; Religion. Atheism; Social Sciences.

    Presented issues: 2012-2017.

  • Church Journal issued by the Most Holy Governing Synod. Saint-Petersburg, 1888-1918.

    Weekly publication issued by the Most Holy Governing Synod in 1888-1918 in Saint-Petersburg / Petrograd. Editor: Archpriest P. Smirnov. Journal was made up of two parts: official and unofficial. The unofficial part was entitled: "Supplements to the Church Journal". The official part contained the Highest edicts, governmental orders, laws, decrees, awards, resolutions of the Most Holy Governing Synod, etc. The unofficial part featured selected works of patristic literature, sermons, articles of theological and church-historical content, chronicle, reviews of new books, announcements, etc. The magazine had supplements: "Parish Reading", "Decisions of the Synod", prayers, leaflets, addresses, etc. The publication has the following indexes: "Alphabetical and subject index" to the Official Part of the "Church Gazette" for 1888-1897 (Saint-Petersburg, 1899), "Alphabetical and subject index" to the Official Part of the "Church Gazette" for 1898-1910 (Saint-Petersburg, 1911).

    Presented issues: 1889-1892, 1896, 1897, 1901, 1902, 1905, 1907, 1911, 1914.

  • Church Herald. Petrozavodsk, 1925-1926.

    Magazine of the Karelian Eparchial Administration. It was published in 1925-1926 in Petrozavodsk. Executive Editor: Archpriest P. Dmitriev.

    Presented issues: 1926

  • School Life. Saint-Petersburg, 1872-1874.

    Pedagogical magazine. It was published by N. P. Stolyansky in Saint-Petersburg in 1872-1874. In 1874 publication was discontinued (No. 4 (1874). Weekly edition. The magazine was intended to promote the self-education of elementary school teachers (country schools, parish schools, elementary schools in towns, preparatory classes, company schools for lower ranks, and adult workers' schools). It provided the mutual exchange of elementary school teachers' activities on organization, content, and teaching methods. The magazine published materials featuring the importance of elementary schools in education, articles on the history of elementary schools, subjects and teaching methods, reviews of textbooks and materials, biographical essays of teachers and students of elementary schools, bibliography, pedagogical annals, chronicles and announcements, orders and decrees of the Government regarding elementary schools, etc.

    Presented issues: 1873-1874.

  • Economics and Statistics of Karelia. Petrozavodsk, 1925-1928.

    Edition of the Planning Commission and the Statistical Directorate of the Karelian Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic. It was published in 1925-1928 in Petrozavodsk. The publication frequency was not regular. It was also edited in the Karelian language. Since 1929 it was entitled "Soviet Karelia". Editorial Board: E. A. Gulling, B. A. Potapov, V. I. Krylov, and others. The magazine featured materials of local history (including the Society for the Study of Karelia) and statistical materials. The texts were printed in parallel in Russian and Finnish.

    Presented issues: 1925-1928.

  • Ethics of Success. - Tyumen; Moscow, 1994-.

    Bulletin of researchers, consultants and decision-makers. It has been published since 1994 in Tyumen and Moscow under the auspices of the Applied Ethics Center of the Tyumen Scientific Center of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences and the "Ugra" Financial and Investment Corporation. Editors: V. I. Bakshtanovsky, V. A. Churilov, Y. V. Soghomonov. The publication frequency is not regular. Each issue highlights such problems as the Russian model of success, the presidency and parliamentarism in Russia, the importance of corporations, the evolution of the electorate, the new generation. Among the magazine's authors are philosophers, sociologists, political scientists (Y. A. Levada, B. A. Grushin, B. Kapustin, A. Fadin, A. Y. Sogomonov, A. Akhiezer, V. A. Churilov, A. Salmin, I. M. Klyamkin, G. Burbulis, V. Kagansky, A. Asmolov, etc.). Issue. 5 (1995) includes the table of contents for 1994-1995 (issue 1-4).

    Presented issues: 1996.

  • Legal Chronicle. Saint-Petersburg, 1890-1892.

    Law magazine. It was published in 1890-1892 in Saint-Petersburg. Monthly edition. The last issue No. 12 was edited in 1892. Editor and publisher: Professor N. D. Sergeevsky. The magazine featured issues of domestic law; legislative chronicle, judicial, scientific and literary, as well as a bibliography of judicial literature. Among the authors were well-known lawyers: N. F. Deryuzhinsky, A. A. Isaev, N. M. Korkunov, A. F. Koni, N. V. Muravyov, N. S. Tagantsev, V. K. Sluchevsky, and others.

    Presented issues: 1890-1892.

  • Legal Science and Law Enforcement Practices. Tyumen, 2006-.

    Scientific and practical magazine. It has been publishing in Tyumen since 2006. The publication enters the Russian Science Citation Index. In 2003-2005, it was entitled "Scientific Bulletin of the Tyumen Law Institute of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation". Founder: Tyumen Institute for Advanced Studies of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation. Editorial Board: V. A. Iogolevich, Doctor of Technical Sciences, Associate Professor (Chairman) and others. Quarterly edition. The magazine's material is systematized into sections: Law enforcement methodology, Protection and defence of human rights, Administrative delictology, Criminal law, Criminology, Penitentiary system, Law enforcement policy, Criminal procedure review, Improving law enforcement, Legal science and law enforcement review, Comparative and foreign experience, Personnel, moral and psychological support for law enforcement agencies, Problems of legal science and law enforcement practice: view of young researchers, etc.

  • Legal notes issued by Demidov Law Lyceum. Yaroslavl, 1908-1914.

    Magazine published by Demidov Law Lyceum. It was published in 1908-1914 in Yaroslavl. Publication frequency - 2 issues per year (1908-1910), since 1911 - 4 issues per year. Editors (at different times): F. V. Taranovsky, A. L. Baykov, P. V. Gidulyanov, R. M. Orzhenitsky, S. E. Sabinin, M. P. Chubinsky, G. S. Feldstein, A. R. Svirshchevsky, A. L. Freigat-Loringoven, B. A. Kistyakovsky, V. N. Shiryaev and others. The magazine featured theory and history of domestic and foreign law. The protocols of general meetings of the Yaroslavl Law Society were edited in 1908-1909 as a supplement to the magazine.

    Presented issues: 1910-1914.

  • Law Messenger. M., 1867-1892.

    Magazine of the Moscow Law Society. It was published in 1867-1892 in Moscow. Monthly magazine. Editors (at different times): V. N. Kalachov, V. N. Leshkov, A. M. Falkovsky, M. M. Kovalevsky, S. A. Muromtsev. The magazine featured articles on criminal and civil law and process, state and international law, history and philosophy of law, political economy and finance, legal chronicle, and translations of foreign authors.

    Presented issues: 1867-1869, 1871-1892.

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