Social development processes in Mariupol Vicinity at the beginning of the revolution (spring of 1917)
Keywords:Mariupol Vicinity, social development processes, democratic revolution, political renovation of the country
The research of the social development issues of Mariupol and the Azov Area at the time of the democratic revolution of 1917 presents undoubted scientific vitality and interest for Mariupol community which is interested in the study of the homeland's history. Until nowadays the aforementioned scientific problem remains insufficiently investigated. In the Soviet times, the historians either did not consider the problems of social democratic reformations in the country in general and those of the Azov Area in particular at all for ideological reasons or were biased in the highlight thereof in conformity with communist ideology which did not accept the democratic values. In this respect, it is necessary to widen the range of sources of the research and to re-evaluate the issues of the history of social development of Mariupol Vicinity under the conditions of the democratic reformations in spring 1917.In conformity with the modern methodological approaches, the article highlights the social development issues in Mariupol and in Mariupol Vicinity at the beginning of the democratic revolution of 1917 which are insufficiently investigated in historical literature. The research uses documents taken from the family archive of A. Mogylnyi, a veteran of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union as well as hitherto unknown materials taken from periodicals, which has made it possible to widen the range of sources under the aforementioned theme.
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