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Voenno-morskaia ideia Rossii: Dukhovnoe nasledie Imperatorskogo flota. — 2-e izd. ispr. i dop.
[Naval Doctrine of Russia: Intellectual heritage of Imperial fleet. Revised second edition]
1999. 552 p.: ill. ISBN 5-85887-063-5
The book presents Russian naval doctrine. It contains a unique collection of brilliant examples of Russian thought and gives a comprehensive idea of history, theory and the problems of heroic and long-suffering Russian navy. “Do we need our fleet?”, “What kind of fleet?”, “What are the outlines of Russian naval strategy?” — these are our age-long and once again relevant questions. They are answered thoroughly by the great naval minds of the past, who left us the guidelines, examples and conclusions of Russian naval doctrine. Their legacy leads to the following realization: the naval power of the contemporary and future Russia is unthinkable without the consistent naval policy, without the intellectual wealth and the best traditions of the Imperial navy.
Dusha armii: russkaia voennaia emigratsiia o moralno-psikhologicheskikh osnovakh rossiiskoi vooruzhennoi sily: Sb. / Sost. I.V. Domnin. — M.: Voennyi universitet; Nezavisimyi voenno-nauchnyi tsnetr "Otechestvo i Voin", Russkii put.
[The Soul of the Army: Russian military emigration on moral and psychological foundations of Russian armed forces. Compiled by I.V. Domnin]
1997. 624 p.: ill. ISBN 5-85887-036-8
It is the first time when the works of such famous military writers as N. Golovin, P. Krasnov, A.Kersnovskii, A.Baiov and others, devoted to the problems of military psychology, military education and morale building of the army, are published in Russia. The dictionary of “the spiritual qualities of the Russian warrior” is also compiled for the first time.
Voennaia mysl v izgnanii: Tvorchestvo russkoi voennoi emigratsii: Sb. / Sost. I.V. Domnin, red. A.E. Savinkin. — M.: Voennyi universitet; Russkii put.
[Military Thought in Exile: the works of Russian military emigration. Compiled by I.V. Domnin, edited by A.E. Savinkin]
1999. 640 p.: ill. ISBN 5-85887-056-2
This book introduces the reader to the obscure chapters of the history of the Russian military thought, to the legacy of the last representatives of the Russian Imperial Army. It contains the anthology of the best works of the exiles as well as “A brief review of the military thought of Russia abroad” with an extensive reference material.
Ofitserskii korpus russkoi armii: Opyt samopoznaniia / Sost. A.I. Kamenev, A.E. Savinkin, U.T. Belov, I.V. Domnin. — M.: Voennyi universitet; Russkii put.
[Officer Corps of Russian Army: an attempt of self-discovery. Compiled by .I. Kamenev, A.E. Savinkin, U.T. Belov, I.V. Domnin]
2000. 640 p.: ill. ISBN 5-85887-076-7
A collection of works by leading Russian military writers on the history of Russian officer corps and its outstanding representatives, on the essence of the officer’s vocation and service, on the problems of the officers’ training and employment, and the prospects of the officer corps in Russia.
Afganskie uroki: vyvody dlia budushchego v svete ideinogo naslediia A.E. Snesareva / Sost. A.E. Savinkin. — M.: Voennyi. Universitet, Russkii put.
[Afghan Lessons: conclusions for the future in the light of ideological heritage of A.E. Snesarev. Compiled by A.E. Savinkin]
2003. 896 p.: ill. ISBN 5-85887-133-Х
The book of an outstanding and poorly known military thinker, leading orientalist, battle general A.E. Snesarev (1865-1935) contains the works devoted to Afghanistan, India, China, Russian international and domestic politics as well as the problems of military arts and Russian army. The essay written by A.E. Savinkin explores the key ideas and lessons of A.E. Snesarev, and emphasizes their practical significance for the contemporary Russia.
Khochesh mira, pobedi miatezhevoinu!: tvorcheskoe nasledie E.E. Messnera. — M.: Voennyi universitet; Russkii put,
[If you want peace, defeat the rebellious-war!: Creative heritage of E.E. Messner]
2005. 696 p.: ill. ISBN 5-85887-134-8
The book introduces the legacy of an outstanding representative of Russian emigrant military culture, a thinker, a political writer, the General Staff colonel E.E. Messner (1891-1974). The main aspects of his work are presented by more than fifty essays, most of which are published in Russia for the first time. In the centre of attention there is a concept of “the World Rebellious-War”. In the 1860s the author apocalyptically defined the main threat and the means of conducting an armed struggle at the turn of the twenty-first century such as guerilla warfare, resistance movement and global terrorism. The classic’s thoughts on military art and patriotism of the Russian army are instructive and relevant to our times. The book covers E.E. Messner’s course of life, and shows the significance of his views for the understanding of the contemporary politico-military processes.
Anton Chekhov i ego kritik Mikhail Menshikov: Perepiska, dnevniki, vospominaniia, stati / Sost., stat’i, podg. tekstov i primech. A.S. Melkovoi
[Anton Chekhov and his critic Mikhail Menshikov: correspondence, diaries, memoirs, essays. Compilation, articles, editing, and notes by A.S. Melkova]
2005. 480 p.: ill. ISBN 5-85887-174-7
This collection presents the materials about personal and creative relationship between A.P. Chekhov and the critic M.O. Menshikov. Menshikov devoted a number of essays to Chekhov’s work and argued in them against the critics who did not understand the peculiarities of Chekhov’s talent. All Menshikov’s literary-critical essays about Chekhov are reprinted for the first time in one hundred years. The book contains: correspondence (Menshikov’s letters are published unabridged for the first time), presentation inscriptions on books and photographs, Menshikov’s Diaries and Notebooks. Materials from the archives and the museum holdings, and the collections of Menshikov’s descendants are used for the illustrations; most of them are reproduced for the first time. The book was awarded a prize “The best books and publishers — 2006”.
Simonov G.N. Kovaleva-Ogorodnava L.L. Bunin i Rakhmaninov: biograficheskii ekskurs.
[Simonov G.N. Kovaleva-Ogorodnava L.L. Bunin and Rakhmaninov: a biographical excursion]
2006. 320 p.: ill. ISBN 5-85887-186-0
According to the definition of the authors this book “is a modest result of the biographical research, a reverential excursion into the historical domain, tactful observations of life and meetings of Bunin and Rakhmaninov, their family members and close ones”. The fragments of correspondence between Rakhmaninov’s daughter T.S. Konyus and V.N. Muromtseva-Bunina are published for the first time.
Sikorskii I.I. Vozdushnyi put. — M.: Russkii put; Paris: YMCA-Press.
[Sikorskii I.I. Air Track.]
1999. 192 p.: ill. ISBN 5-85887-035-Х
This is the first publication of the manuscript written by an outstanding Russian aircraft designer, who emigrated from Russia in 1918 and continued his work in America with a great success. The manuscript which had been finished in New York in 1920 was discovered in 1996 in Parisian archive of “YMCA-Press”. In a captivating and easily understood manner the author tells about the first steps and the prospects of the development of the aviation, the airplane structure, and his work in the field of aeronautics.
Chirkin S.V. Dvadtsat let sluzhby na Vostoke: zapiski tsarskogo diplomata. — M. Russkii put.
[Chirkin S.V. Twenty Years of Service in the East: the memoirs of the tsar’s diplomat]
2006. 368 p.: ill. ISBN 5-5887-231-Х
The memoirs of S.V. Chirkin (1875-1943) — the diplomat of the Foreign Ministry of the Russian Empire, who served in the East (Persia, India, Korea), are published for the first time. The influence and role of Russia in these countries at the beginning of the XX century, revolutionary events in Turkestan, the author’s escape from the country in 1920 and the life of his family in exile in Korea — all this can be found in the striking and picturesque memoirs, presented for the publication by the author’s son.
Vilde B. Dnevnik i pisma iz tiurmy. 1941-1942 / Per. s fr. M.A. Iordanskaia.
[Vilde B. A Diary and Letters from Prison. 1941-1942. Translated from French by M.A. Iordanskaya]
2005. 160 p.: ill. ISBN 5-85887-185-2
Boris Vilde (1908, Saint-Petersburg — 1942, Mont-Valerien), ethnologist, one of the founders of the Resistance Movement in France, was arrested by Gestapo for his underground activity and shot among others accused in “the Museum of Man case”. It is the first time when the Russian translation of the diary which Boris Vilde kept in prison, while he was waiting for his sentence (from June 1941 till January 1942) appears in print as well as several letters from prison addressed to his wife and an editorial for the first issue of the underground newspaper “Résistance”. The commentaries and the afterword are written by the French historian F. Bédarida, the founder of the Institute of contemporary history in Paris.
Dobrovolitsy: Sb. Vospominanii.
[Women-volunteers: a collection of memoirs]
2001. 336 p.: ill. ISBN 5-85887-118-6
The memoirs published in this collection belong to the chapters of the history of World War I which in Russia turned into the Civil War. The fates of women-memoirists turned out to be very similar: very young, overcome with a patriotic impulse, they went to the front to become the part of the Russian Army, which was fighting against the foreign enemy. After the split into the red and white armies they joined the Volunteer army and went all the way down to its defeat, which ended for them in the loss of their homeland.
Saraskina L.I. Dostoevskii v sozvuchiiakh i pritiazheniaikh: (ot Pushkina do Solzhenitsyna).
[Saraskina L.I. Dostoevsky in harmonies and gravities: (from Pushkin to Solzhenitsyn)]
2006. 608 p. ISBN 5-85887-236-0
The new book by L.I. Saraskina is devoted to the diverse relationships between F.M. Dostoevsky and the Russian writers and thinkers of the XIX and the XX centuries. The concepts “Russia and Europe”, “Russian idea”, “Russian nihilism” are shown in their historical development on the basis of works by Pushkin, Chaadaev, Khomiakov, Rozanov, Vl. Soloviov, Berdiaev and others. The author elicits new literary sources for the novel “Demons” and the short story “Bobok”, and suggests a different interpretation of the novel “The Gambler” (in its relation to the personal experience of the writer) and the novel “The Brothers Karamazov” (“the battle-field”) . Russian conservatism (V.P. Meshcherskii, K.P. Pobedonostsev) and Russian radicalism (N.F. Fedorov) are examined in the context of political thinking “after Dostoevsky”. Dostoevsky’s influence on the literature of the XX century is traced — in its striving for “overcoming” the classical heritage and its desire to continue the tradition (V. Nabokov, I. Ilf and E. Petrov, S. Fudel, the writers of Russia abroad). The concluding section analyzes the significance of the artistic and the publicistic work of Dostoevsky in the development of A.I. Solzhenitsyn as a writer. This book is interesting not only for experts, but also for the wide audience — for everybody, who wants to fill in the lacunas in the official history, and to understand the meaning and the content of the events in the contemporary complex and controversial times more deeply.
Fudel S.I. Nasledstvo Dostoevskogo / Pod red. L.I. Saraskinoi.
[Fudel S.I. Dostoevsky’s heritage. Edited by L.I. Saraskina]
1998. 288 p.: ill. ISBN 5-85887-025-2
The book by S.I. Fudel (1900-1977), a religious writer, the author of theological studies, who lived through the longstanding persecutions during the Stalinist era, shows Dostoevsky as a writer and a prophet, who revealed in his novels the image of living Christ in the present day.
Starkov U.G., Shishkin K.V. Profilaktika tromboembolicheskikh oslozhnenii pri laparoskopicheskoi kholetsistektomii.
[Starkov U.G., Shishkin K.V Prevention of thromboembolic complications after the laparoscopic cholecystectomy]
2003. 72 p.: ill. ISBN 5-85887-159-3
This study is devoted to the problem of prevention of thromboembolic complications after the laparoscopic surgeries. The authors devised a system of determining the risks of thromboembolic complications, and suggested innovative methods of controlled pneumoperitoneum, mixed differentiated system of prevention of thromboembolic complications in those patients who have chronic conditions in veins of lower extremities. The book is recommended for the surgeons, doctors with secondary skills, medical students.
Perestroika: Dvadtsat’ let spustia. Sostavitel’ V.I. Tolstykh.
[Perestroika: Twenty Years After. Compiled by V.I. Tolstykh]
2005. 232 p.: ill. ISBN 5-85887-211-Х
An authorized verbatim record of the two-day debate, which was conducted by the theoretical club “Free word” at the Philosophy Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences and was devoted to the twentieth anniversary of perestroika, started in March-April of 1985. Famous Russian philosophers, historians, political scientists, cultural workers, and also the representatives of the American University in Moscow took part in the discussion.