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Bulletin of Cherkasy University. Historical Sciences
No. 4 (2017): Cherkasy University Bulletin: Historical Sciences
Periodization of the development of the east slavic historiography of the social history of The Grand Duchy of Lithuania in the nineteenth and early twentieth century’s
Formation and development of teacher institutes in Ukraine: historiography of the second half of the XIX - early XX c.
«Anti-popular» view of Hrytsko Hryhorenko on ukrainian peasantry from Naddnipryanshchyna region
The concept of the «Peasant revolution of 1905–1907» by A.V. Shestakov
Ethnic interpretations of «Slavic» archaeological cultures in modern belarusian historiography
Space mythology: horizontal semantics in traditional representations of the eastern slavs (as exemplified in spells)
Preparation and organization of the military campaign of the army of Bagratid Armenia at the end of the IX – in the middle of the XI c.
Gender peculiarities of medieval medicine in europe: female healer
Historical retrospect of ukrainian presence on the Turkish soil
Features of functioning of the joint youth school of the army of the UPR in may-october 1921 during internment in Poland («widowісе day»)
Development of the political system of the Polish Republic 1914-1921
Young rural population in sports movement of the USRR
National minorities of Galicia in the years of the Second World War: ethnosocial dynamic
The formation of the Kyiv-Mohyla Academy as a higher educational institution
The history of the formation of the Poltava cadet corps
Professors of the National university of food technologies – victims of repressions in 30-ies of XX c.
Nadiya Levitska, Sergii Beregoviy
Political reforms in conditions of the romanian front armies’ politicization (january-october 1917)
The Motrona Holy Trinity Monastery as one of spiritual and military centers of the rebel movement of Middle Dnieper region in 1918 – early 1920’s (by the memoirs of petty officers and officers of the Ukrainian People’s Republic Army)
Legal status of health care workers in the Ukrainian Socialist Soviet Republic