Belarusian Historical Review. Volume 16 Fascicle 2 (31) December 2009


Stefan Rohdewald. On the veneration of Jazafat Kuncevič in the XVIIth сentury.

Źmicier Kryvašejeŭ. Organization and functioning of Niasviž cadet corps in the 40ies and middle of the 50ies of the XVIIIth century.

Cimafiej Akudovič. The approach of „three provinces» and unification tendencies at the Four-Year Sejm.

Аlexander Friedman. „Whether it is time to stop aggression in Finland…»

Thomas M. Bohn. The bricklayer Denis Bulachov in socialistic hero city Minsk: Sketches to a Soviet life project.

Aleh Hardzijenka. The political rift of Belarusian emigration in 1940th.


Аndrej Antonaŭ. Sketches to the biography of Aliaksandr Ružancoŭ.



Jaŭhien Aniščanka. Karl Fodello’s tractate on state of the Jews in the Russian Empire.


Crіtіcal artіcles — Revіews

Ryszard Radzik. The Belarusian apology of the „triune Russian nation».

Henadź Sahanovič. When the precursors are silent. A pseudoscientific book about the battle of Tannenberg.

Ihar Klimaŭ. A German book on church history of Belarus.

Іryna Synkova. Research on confessionalization in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth.

Miron Kapral. History of Polack as presented by a Swiss historian.

Sorkina, Inna. Small towns of Belarus from the end of the 18th to the first half of the 19th century (Аndrej Kištymaŭ).

Brakel, Alexander. Unter Rotem Stern und Hakenkreuz: Baranowicze 1939 bis 1944. (Siarhiej Novikaŭ).

East and West. History and Contemporary State of Eastern Studies. Ed. J. Malicki, L. Zasztowt (Аndrej Cichamiraŭ).

Soviet repression policy in Belarus. Ed. by Ihar Kuzniacoŭ and Jakaŭ Basin. Vol. 1-3 (Minsk, 2007) (Volha Bilievič, Міchaś Straliec).



Dissertations on history to be defended in 2008-2009 (Nina Kamarova).

Books received.