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    K. L Syroezhkin
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The book describes virtually every Communist visionary who could be 1net in Moscow circa 1924 (vastly overestimating their importance at that time). However, many of the men and ideas the author mentions really did become influential during the culhJ. 65. Stalin, Political Report of the Central Com1nittee to the Sixteenth Party Congress, in his Sochineniia XII (Moscow, 1949), p. 69-70: "We are for the withering away of the state.

The collapse of communism in Russia in 1991 necessitated, among other things, the rewriting of school history textbooks, which had been dominated by Marxist-Leninist interpretations of historical events. The aim of this article is to evaluate the new postcommunist history taught in upper secondary schools, giving particular attention to how the models for Russian identity presented in the new textbooks redefine legitimate culture for students.

Frolova, Russian Institute of Strategic Studies; Chinese Academy of Contemporary International Relations, RISI . 22 See: Tsentralnaia Azia segodnia: vyzovy i ugrozy, ed. by . Syroezhkin: A monograph, KISI at the President of the RK, Almaty, 2011, pp. 412-413.

Frolova, Russian Institute of Strategic Studies; Chinese Academy of Contemporary International Relations, RISI, Moscow, 2013, p. 14. Tehran believes it important to preserve control of the coastal states over the sea and to keep non-regional states away. This explains why it is consistently building up its naval forces on the Caspian.

Treasures into Tractors: The Selling of Russia’s Cultural Heritage, 1918–1938. Oprischenko, A. Istoriografiia sotsialisticheskogo sorevnovaniia rabochego klassa SSSR. Moscow: Politicheskaia literatura, 1956–7. Hillwood Estate, 2009. Official Documents Concerning Polish-German and Polish-Soviet Relations, 1933–1939. Kharkov: Vishcha shkola, 1975. Ordzhonikidze, G. K. Stat’i i rechi.

Start by marking German Rule In Russia 1941-1945: A Study Of Occupation Policies as Want to Read . Alexander Dallin, the son of the well-known Menshevik David Dallin, published this book in 1957.

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The history of the People's Republic of China is often divided distinctly by historians into the "Mao era" and the "post-Mao era". The country's Mao era lasted from the founding of the People's Republic on 21 September 1949 to Deng Xiaoping's consolidation of power and policy reversal at the Third Plenum of the 11th Party Congress on 22 December 1978. The Mao era focuses on Mao Zedong's social movements from the early 1950s on, including land reform, the Great Leap Forward and the Cultural Revolution.