This book tells of one of the most illuminating, yet, at the same time, almost unknown episodes of the Great Patriotic War – the uprising in the German Sobibor death camp.
Amongst the publications ‘Old manors in Belarus’ there is a book devoted to the Korelichsky district of the Grodno Region.
The Harvest Press (Minsk) has just published ‘The Lithuanian-Russian State in the 13th – 16th centuries’ by Russian historian Alexander Evgenievich Presnyakov.
The Zvyazda Publishing House (Minsk) has published the first ‘Literary Yearbook’ – a collection of stories written by the winners of the Union State contest for young writers.
In the middle of the 20th century everything of the external glory of the Glinsk Hermitage, a hedged monastery around a single hospital chapel, was swept away
During the last two decades no Russian scientist or philosopher has caused so much controversy as Lev Nikolaevich Gumilev
Several years ago, I read the book “On breathing-out” written by Dmitry Polyakov-Katin, a writer unknown to me then, and I happily discovered a mature writer who delivers strength in his every word
This book is very unusual in its genre
In this book, the author, Leonid Lyashenko, not only tells us the life story of Nicolas the First but also answers some of the most difficult questions about Russian history
The book is devoted to friendship and cooperation between cities and towns of the Moscow and Minsk regions
In the introduction to his book, Dmitry Yazov, Marshal of the Soviet Union, wrote: "The most dramatic event of the 20th century was the Victory of the Soviet people in the Great Patriotic War 1941-1945