6 edition of Lenin, Krupskaia and libraries found in the catalog.
Lenin, Krupskaia and libraries
|Statement||edited by S. Simsova.|
|Series||World Classics of Librarianship|
|Contributions||Translated by G Peacock and Lucy Prescott|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||0 85157 008 9|
The libraries in the Soviet Union lost almost all of their book collections due to the various purges over the years. In the end, the libraries were void of any substantial books because the harsh censorship that was imposed by Lenin and Stalin. Nadezhda Konstantinovna "Nadya" Krupskaya (Russian: Наде́жда Константи́новна Кру́пская, scientific transliteration Nadežda Konstantinovna Krupskaja) (26 February [O.S. 14 February] – 27 February ) was a Russian Bolshevik revolutionary and politician (she served as the Soviet Union's Deputy Minister of Education from until her death in ), and Died: 27 February (aged 70), Moscow, Russian .
Russian State Library, formerly Lenin Library, orV.i. Lenin State Order-of-lenin Library, national library of Russia, located in Moscow, notable for its extensive collection of early printed books and a collection of manuscripts that includes ancient Slavonic ally founded in as the library of the Rumyantsev Museum, it was reorganized after the Russian Revolution of Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text and artwork/5.
In Russia, popular libraries and special recommendatory reading programs operating through them were viewed by Lenin and his wife Krupskaia as powerful instruments in achieving the ideological transformations they desired in the post revolutionary communist state. " the whole of political life is an endless chain consisting of an infinite number of links. The whole art of politics lies in finding and gripping as strong as we can the link that is least likely to be torn out of our hands, the one that is most important at the given moment, the one that guarantees the possessor of a link the possession of the whole chain.".
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Lenin on librariesKrupskai︠a︡ on librariesReminiscences about Krupskai︠a︡ and Lenin. --Bibliographical guide to Lenin and Krupskaii︠a︡ on librarianship, by S.
Simsova (p. Series Title: World classics of librarianship. Responsibility: edited by S. Simsova. Nadezhda Krupskaya. Nadezhda Krupskaya, the daughter of a military officer, was born in St. Petersburg on 26th February, A radical from an early age, Krupskaya was a committed Marxist and was the member of several illegal organizations.
Krupskaya taught in an evening school for adults and in met fellow revolutionary, Lenin. The Russian State Library (Russian: Российская государственная библиотека) is the national library of Russia, located in is the largest in the country and the fifth largest in the world for its collection of books ( million).
It was named the V. Lenin State Library of the USSR from until it was renamed in as the Russian State on: Moscow, Russia. An almost unknown little book, Lenin, Krupskaia and Libraries, documents Lenin's detailed concern for the early establishment of a network of public libraries to make generally available not only history and scientific material but also belles lettres, fiction both clas-sical and modern.
In in a talk to the first All Russian Adult Educational. Lenin and Stalin both had ideas of how books should be used in the Soviet Union and these ideas are contrary to how we perceive the use of books today. The main use of books in the Soviet Union was to imbed “cultural products into the collective memory” of the people. Libraries were.
Nadezhda Konstantinovna Krupskaya was a founding member of the Russian Bolshevik Party and the wife of Vladimir Lenin from until his death in As both his closest political collaborator and personal confidant, Krupskaya offers invaluable insights into the life and thought of the most important leader of the Russian by: Nadezhda Konstantinovna Krupskaya, revolutionary who became the wife of Vladimir I.
Lenin, played a central role in the Bolshevik (later Communist) Party, and was a prominent member of the Soviet educational bureaucracy. A Marxist activist in St.
Petersburg in the early s, Krupskaya met Lenin. Lenin State Library of the USSR (Gbl), Order of Lenin National Library of the USSR. Located in Moscow. Largest library in Europe and one of the greatest libraries in the world.
Scholarly research institution in library science, bibliography, and book history, as well as a methodological and consultation center for all library systems of the USSR (except.
Memories of Lenin Hardcover – January 1, by Nadezhda Konstantinovna Krupskaya (Author) out of 5 stars 2 ratings. See all 2 formats and editions Hide /5(2). Author of Vospominanii︠a︡ o Lenine, Izbrannye pedagogicheskie proizvedenii͡a︡, O bibliotechnom dele, O Lenine, On labour-oriented education and instruction, Memories of Lenin, O professionalʹno-tekhnicheskoĭ podgotovke kvalifit︠s︡irovannoĭ sily, Nash samyĭ luchshiĭ drug.
In fact, by the composition of their book collections, catalogs, and their publicizing of books, libraries in capitalist countries make their readers, in the words of N.
Krupskaia, “servants of the bourgeoisie, not from fear but from conscience” (On Library Work, Moscow,p. Nevertheless, in the library work of capitalist. Krupskaya wrote a memoir of her life with Lenin, translated in as Memories of Lenin and in as Reminiscences of Lenin.
The book gives the most detailed account of Lenin's life before his coming to power and ends in However, the text was edited by other hands after Krupskaya finished it and so may not be entirely reliable.
Lenin and the Russian Revolution book. Read 8 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.
Libraries; Paperback, pages. Para aqueles que sabemos pouco sobre Lenin e/a revolución está ben lembrar o que dixo (e fixo), e non asumir a historia da Unión Soviética como un todo indivisíbel do que escoller o peor de cada caso/5.
A study of Lenin and the Russian Revolution. It is designed to fulfil the AS and A Level specifications in place from September The AS section deals with narrative and explanation of the topic. There are extra notes, biography boxes and definitions in the margin, and summary boxes to help students assimilate the information.
The A2 section reflects the different demands of the higher 5/5(1). Abstract. Almost invariably, Nadezhda K. Krupskaya is referred to as ‘Lenin’s wife’, and indeed occasionally her name is not mentioned, only this position. 1 This is not surprising, given the prominence of Lenin in histories of the Russian Revolution and in the debates over the shaping of the Soviet state.
Their marriage is described in prosaic terms as being ‘in the best traditions of Author: Jane McDermid, Anya Hillyar. Lenin had studied and admired the organization of libraries in several European countries and the U.S., and there is evidence that he analyzed the report of the New York Public Library for the year in.
As in this statement from an article entitled "Lenin and Libraries" by. Fonotov in -June issue of Unesco Bulletin for. Read this book on Questia. Read the full-text online edition of Revolution and Reality: Essays on the Origin and Fate of the Soviet System ().
Krupskaia Purges the People's Libraries On Januit was renamed as the v. Lenin Russian Library. On February 6,it was transformed into the v. Lenin State Library of the USSR, and since Januit is the Russian State Library. Now the Russian State Library stores in its holdings more than 47.
After Lenin’s death Krupskaya’s life took an extremely tragic turn. It was as if she were paying for the happiness that had fallen to her lot. Lenin’s illness and death – and this again was not accidental – coincided with the breaking point of the revolution, and the beginning of Thermidor.
Krupskaya became confused. LENIN, KRUPSKAIA AND LIBRARIES. By Nadezhda Konstan tinovna Krupskaia; edited by S. Simsova; trans, by G. Peacock and Lucy Prescott. (World Classics of Librarianship, Number 1) Hamden, Conn.: Archon Books, and London: Clive Bingley, 73 pp.
() Lenin, Krupskaia and Libraries is the first volume in the World.Nadezhda K. Krupskaya Krupskaya was a Russian revolutionary, writer, educator and Secretary of the Bolshevik Faction of the Social Democratic Party.
Wife and advisor to V.I. Lenin. Secretary to the Board of Iskra beginning in InInessa Armand, Clara Zetkin, and N. K. Krupskaya pressured Russia. Lenin the Dictator is published by Weidenfeld & Nicholson.
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