|Geopolitics and patriotic education|
|Bredikhin A.V. The role of the Turkic-tatar states of the golden horde component in ethno-social development of the Don Cossacks||7|
|Ataman of the Kuban Cossack army visited the exhibition "Kuban Cossacks" in the State Historical Museum||14|
|Smirnov S.V. Yesaul I.A. Peshkov: participation of Trans-Baikalian Cossacks-emigrants in the anti-Bolshevist movement (1920’s – early 40-ies.)||17|
|Solodkin Y.G. Was Alexei Galkin a Yermak’s brother-in-arms? (to the early history of «Berezov town» cossacks)||28|
|Darmilova E.N., Jazaeva I.A., Djemakulova B.M. On the question of the history of the formation and development of local self-government bodies in pre-revolutionary Russia (on the example of the North Caucasus)||36|
|Darmilova E.N., Jazaeva I.A., Djemakulova B.M. Reform of the central administration of the Russian Empire in the first half of the Nineteenth century||42|
|Lopin K.B. The Slavic settlement of the village in the Kuban area in second half of XIX century||48|
|"The soul of Russia"||55|
|Kuban Cossack sports school of the Gelendzhik Center of the RFU "Basko"||56|
|Ternovaya L.O. Contribution of the Cossacks to the culture and ethics of a healthy lifestyle||63|
|Filinuk O.I. Stennis||73|
|Filinuk O.I. Militant Materialism: Historical Discourse||76|
The role of the Turkic-tatar states of the golden horde component in ethno-social development of the Don Cossacks
The modern historical science has no consensus regarding the emergence and development of the Cossack communities. However, researchers kazakovite converge in the question of what a significant influence on the development of the don Cossacks, the creation of their «steppe knights» had the Golden Horde and postordynskie state. The process of ethno-social development of the don Cossacks was also a significant presence of the Turkic element, which found its reflection in the life, culture, ethnolinguistic features. The long-term contacts with the neighboring Mongol States, in particular the Crimean khanate, is reflected in the development of diplomatic relations of the Cossack communities. The study’s author raises the issue of the Turkic-Tatar influence on the ethnosocial development of the don Cossacks, using the institutional method and the method of historicism. The result comes to conclusions about frontmost development of ethno-social community of the don, the degree of influence of the Golden Horde and postorgasmic States for the don Cossacks and the development of contacts with the Crimean khanate.
Keywords: Wild field, dawn, Golden Horde, Crimean khanate, Cossacks, Tatars.
Yesaul I.A. Peshkov: participation of Trans-Baikalian Cossacks-emigrants in the anti-Bolshevist movement (1920’s – early 40-ies.)
The article is devoted to participation of Trans-Baikalian Cossacks-emigrants in the anti-Bolshevik movement of the 1920-ies – early 40-ies, stationed in Manchuria. Based on the biography of one of the White guerrilla commanders, captain I. A. Peshkov, the author views out the stages of development of the anti-Bolshevik movement, their content and results. The anti-Bolshevik movement in the Cossack émigré circles of Manchuria, which was the result of the Civil war, reached its peak at the turn of the 1920-ies – 1930-ies. In the 1930-ies, the radical Cossack opposition was closely associated with the Japanese administration in Manchuria and suffered a complete collapse during the Second World War.
Keywords: Trans-Baikal Cossacks, Russian emigration, anti-Bolshevik movement, White guerrilla, Manchuria, Trekhrechie, Hailar.
Was Alexei Galkin a Yermak’s brother-in-arms? (to the early history of «Berezov town» cossacks)
To the number of participants in «Yermak’s capture» of Siberia has long been attributed to Alexei Galkin. This opinion is based on several petitions (most of which appeared already at the beginning of the 18th century) of the descendants of A. Galkin who served in Berezovo and Yeniseisk. Contrary to the news of these documents, he was not a Berezovsky ataman for 30 years; the only corresponding instruction is found in the tsar’s charter for 1610. The mention of petitioners about the murder of A. Galkin by «foreigners» in Mangazeya is not directly confirmed in the surviving sources, and references to «Yermak’s service» are almost always trusted unconditionally. Traditional in historiography, the idea of A. Galkin as an associate of the «ratiophile ataman» can be considered no more than an assumption.
Keywords: Siberian expedition of Yermak, A. Galkin, his descendants, Berezov, atamans, Cossacks, petitions.
On the question of the history of the formation and development of local self-government bodies in pre-revolutionary Russia (on the example of the North Caucasus)
The second half of the nineteenth century was marked by a series of reforms, the most important of which was the abolition of serfdom in 1861. Reforms also touched on local self-government. The peoples of the North Caucasus did not stay away from these reforms. However, these reforms took place taking into account such local peculiarities as: mass migration of Muslims; backwardness of development of the given region in comparison with other regions of Russia; a great influence on the social life of religion.
Keywords: local self-government, vicegerency, reforms, the North Caucasus.
Reform of the central administration of the Russian Empire in the first half of the Nineteenth century
Public administration reform was the establishment of Emperor Alexander I the Committee of Ministers and its powerful features to manage various areas of the country. Learning from the experience of the reforms undertaken in Russia in various stages of development, will make it possible to find optimal solutions that define the vector of development of governance for a long time.
Keywords: reforms, public administration, the Committee of Ministers.
The Slavic settlement of the village in the Kuban area in second half of XIX century
The initial settlement of a number of settlements of Krasnodar territory in modern historical science illuminated surface and has many white spots. As fill these gaps this paper briefly describes the history of settlement in the Slavic village formed in connection with necessity of development of the Russian North Caucasus. For example, some families considered the reason for the relocation of settlers in the newly formed village.
Keywords: village, Kuban, migration, Cossacks, nonresident, relocation.
Contribution of the Cossacks to the culture and ethics of a healthy lifestyle
The problem of a healthy lifestyle can be considered one of the main components of global health. Despite the fact that in the modern world many diseases, which in the past were epidemiological in nature, are cured due to the success of medicine, new diseases appear, born of new health risks. In these conditions, the importance of disease prevention and the culture of a healthy lifestyle is growing. Its approval is promoted not only by states, but also by local communities. Cossack local communities support the traditions of education in the spirit of a healthy lifestyle. These practices, developed over the centuries, have unique characteristics.
Keywords: healthy way of life, World Health Organization, local communities, Cossacks, education of youth, shermitsia.
Bredikhin A.V., Candidate of Historical Sciences, Advisor to the Director of the Centre of Security Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
Darmilova E.N., Associate Professor of the Department of Philosophy and Humanitarian Disciplines North Caucasus State Humanitarian-Technological Academy.
Djemakulova B.M., Candidate of Historical Sciences, Associate Professor of the Chair of Philosophy and Humanitarian Disciplines North Caucasus State Humanitarian-Technological Academy.
Filinuk O.I., Military expert.
Jazaeva I.A., Senior lecturer of the Chair of Philosophy and Humanitarian Disciplines North Caucasus State Humanitarian-Technological Academy.
Lopin K.B., Graduate Student of the faculty of History, Sociology and International relations FSBEI of HE «Kuban state University» specialist company «ETC for Special works».
Smirnov S.V., Candidate of Historical Sciences, Associate Professor, Ural Federal University named after the first President of Russia B.N. Yeltsin, Ural Institute of Humanities, Chair of Modern and Con-temporary History.
Solodkin Y.G., Doctor of Historical Sciences, Professor of the Russian History Department, Head of the Research Laboratory for Regional Historical Studies at Nizhnevartovsk State University.
Ternovaya L.O., Doctor of Historical Sciences, Professor MADI (The Moscow Automobile and Road Construction University).