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Opposition to sovietization in Belorussian literature, 1917-1957.

Anton Adamovich

Opposition to sovietization in Belorussian literature, 1917-1957.

by Anton Adamovich

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Published by Institut zur Erforschung der UdSSR] in [München .
Written in

    Subjects:
  • Belarusian literature -- History and criticism.,
  • Nationalism in literature.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesInstitute for the Study of the USSR, Munich. Monographs, ser. 1, no. 38
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPG2834.2 A3 1958A
    The Physical Object
    Pagination203p.
    Number of Pages203
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15311404M

    Belarus - The emergence of independent Belarus - Following Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev’s initiation of more moderate policies in the mids, the Belorussian S.S.R. acted somewhat less vigorously than other Soviet republics to break away from the Soviet Union, although there was a steady growth in national separatist feeling. Amid the crisis of central authority in the . To the west it bordered Poland. Within the Soviet Union, it bordered the Lithuanian SSR and the Latvian SSR to the north, the Russian SFSR to the east, and the Ukrainian SSR to the south. The Socialist Soviet Republic of Byelorussia (SSRB) was declared by the Bolsheviks on 1 Capital and largest city: Minsk.

    in Russian eth Stenbock-Fermor L. L. Domger, ed., Neizdannye pis'ma A. I. Gercena Helen Muchnic Anthony Adamovich, Opposition to Sovietization in Belorussian Literature ( ).. Ivan Lubachko Wolfram Zaunmiiller, Bibliographisches Handbuch der Sprachworterbiicher; Gert A. Zischka, "The authors keep. Between the 9th and 12th centuries, the Principality of Polotsk (northern Belarus) emerged as the dominant center of power on Belarusian territory, with a lesser role played by the Principality of Turaŭ in the south. It repeatedly asserted its sovereignty in relation to other centers of Rus'.

    To the west it bordered Poland. Within the Soviet Union, it bordered the Lithuanian SSR and the Latvian SSR to the north, the Russian SFSR to the east, and the Ukrainian SSR to the south. The Socialist Soviet Republic of Byelorussia (SSRB) was declared by the Bolsheviks on 1 . Among the five, the Great Synagogue of Borisov, which had been regarded as one of the finest in the region, was unscathed After the liberation of the city, one became the regional police museum, another housed the “Belorussian” movie theater, and the remaining three were taken over by the Belorussian State University, a cultural.


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Nicholas Vakar, Belorussia: The Making of a Nation (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, ), pp. 56– N.B. The ethnonyms Belarusian, which entered into widespread use in the nineteenth century, and Ruthenian, which refers to the (originally Orthodox) Slavs of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania (including modern-day Belarus, Lithuania, and Ukraine), should not be Cited by: 3.

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Many researchers of the period following concur in their appraisal of the course of events as a tactical and largely forced decision by the Bolsheviks. Vakar states that the founding of the Belorussian Republic served a double purpose: (1) to attract into and maintain within the Soviet system those elements of the population to which the communist idea might not otherwise Author: Nelly Bekus.

Byadulya-Yasakar began publishing his works inunder the pseudonyms "Byadulya" for prose works and "Yasakar" for verse. His prerevolutionary books portrayed downtrodden Belorussian peasants. An impassioned Belorussian nationalist, Byadulya-Yasakar was at first hostile to the Communist regime, to which he only gradually became reconciled.

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Using Minsk as a case study of the Sovietization of Jews in the former Pale of Settlement, Elissa Bemporad reveals the ways in which many Jews acculturated to Soviet society in the s and s while remaining committed to older patterns of Jewish identity, such as Yiddish culture and education, attachment to the traditions of the Jewish workers.

Abstract. By using the case study of Minsk - a historic Jewish center in pre-revolutionary Russia, and capital of the Belorussian Soviet Socialist Republic after - this article explores the Sovietization and modernization of Jewish women in an urban setting of the former Pale of Settlement during the s.

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