Artamonova, Ludmila Mikhaylovna. Voices from Bulgaria of the 1870s

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For citation: Artamonova, Ludmila Mikhaylovna. Voices from Bulgaria of the 1870s, in Studia Slavica et Balcanica Petropolitana. 2019. № 2. Pp. 207-220. DOI https://doi.org/10.21638/11701/spbu19.2019.214

Title of the article Voices from Bulgaria of the 1870s 
Authors Artamonova, Ludmila Mikhaylovna — Doctor in History, Professor, Samara State Institute of Culture, Samara, Russia, OrcID 0000-0002-4584-6339, Researcher ID B-1804-2017, Scopus ID 55968740500, SPIN-code 9894-1854, AuthorID 647783, e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 
In the section Recensiones / Reviews 
Year 2019 Issue  2 Pages  207-220
Type of article RAR Index UDK, BBK UDK 947.081, BBK 63.3(2)5+ 63(0).53(4Бол) Index DOI 10.21638/11701/spbu19.2019.214 
Abstract

It is a review of the collection of memoirs «Russian-Turkish war: Russian and Bulgarian view». The publication is a Russian-Bulgarian in terms of the composition of published sources, and the scientific team that worked on the book. Well known researchers from both countries took part in its compilation: R. Mikhneva, P. Mitev, V. Kolev, K. A. Pakhalyuk, S. S. Yudin, O. V. Chistyakov, R. G. Gagkuev, N. S. Gusev. Thanks to their work, Bulgarian memories of the events of the second half of the 1870s, and, above all, about the Russian-Turkish war and the revival of the Bulgarian statehood became available in Russian. They are also supplemented by some seldom used diaries and memoirs of the Russian participants in the hostilities and the administration of the liberated country. The voices of those who witnessed those events help to give objective assessments of the causes and consequences of Russian intervention in the «Balkan crisis», which became crucial for the peoples of the Balkan Peninsula.

Keywords «Balkan Crisis» of 1875–1878, the Liberation of Bulgaria, Russian-Bulgarian Relations, Temporary Civil Administration, Cultural Ties 
Full text version of the article. Article language

 Russian

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Tags: historiography, RECENSIONES / REVIEWS, cultural ties, «Balkan Crisis» of 1875–1878, the Liberation of Bulgaria, Russian-Bulgarian Relations, Temporary Civil Administration