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Soviet Historical Encyclopedia

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Soviet Historical Encyclopedia
Советская историческая энциклопедия.jpg
AuthorTeam of authors
LanguageRussian
PublisherState Scientific Publishing House "Soviet Encyclopedia"
Publication date
1961–1976
Media typePaper

The Soviet Historical Encyclopedia is the Soviet encyclopedia of the Academy of Sciences of the Soviet Union (1961–1976) on the history of peoples of the whole world until the 70s of the 20th century.

Content

Includes articles-terms on the history of the Soviet Union and foreign countries, especially on recent history. Many articles are given detailed chronologies, which are integral parts of articles devoted to the Soviet Union, Union republics and foreign countries.

Articles are accompanied by statistical tables, maps (historical, political, ethnographic), diagrams, illustrations.

Editors

  • Editor-in-Chief – Evgeny Zhukov.

In different years, the members of the main editorial board were:

  • Abgar Ioannisyan;
  • Kuznetsov;
  • Lavrov;
  • Isaac Mintz;
  • Gennady Obichkin;
  • Pokrovsky;

Volumes

Volume Title Year of Publishing Number of Pages
1 Aaltonen – Ayan 1961 530
2 Baal – Washington 1962 517
3 Washington – Vyachko 1963 516
4 Hague – Dvin 1963 542
5 Dvinsk – Indonesia 1964 492
6 Indra – Caracas 1965 521
7 Karakeev – Koshaker 1965 520
8 Koshala – Malta 1965 509
9 Malta – Nakhimov 1966 508
10 Nachimson – Pergamum 1967 534
11 Pergamum – Renuven 1968 521
12 Reparations – Slavs 1969 496
13 Slavic Studies – Xia Chen 1971 530
14 Taanah – Feleo 1973 524
15 Fellahi – Zhalaynor 1974 510
16 Zhang Wen-Tien – Yashtukh 1976 509

Sources

  • Soviet Historical Encyclopedia // Soviet Encyclopedia of the History of Ukraine: in 4 Volumes / Editor-in-Chief Andrey Skaba – Kiev: The Main Edition of the Ukrainian Soviet Encyclopedia, 1972 – Volume 4 – Page 130

External links

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