Today in Minsk will be a presentation of the book by Nina Stuzhinskaya "Belarus rebel: the history of the anti-Soviet resistance in the 1920s." The book is devoted to the little-known history of the struggle for freedom and independence in the early 20th century. A significant event appearance of a book called Nina Stuzhinskaya in the scientific environment.
The name of the book is almost completely determined by its content: it is the history of Belarus maladasledavanaya 20-30-ies: Slutskoe armed rebellion, anti-Soviet partisan and prominent figures of the independence movement. One of the conclusions — events the times in content and nature of the Belarusian fully comply with the latest stories, says Nina Stuzhinskaya:
"This part of the story suggests that the number of Belarusians — the national elite, which was formed at the turn of 19-20 centuries, it has chosen the path of European Belarus and fought for it. Like today, and at the time of Belarus stood at a crossroads, and fought for his place. now would say, political and social activists wanted to build an independent Belarus. "
"Belarus rebellious" — this is the second book by Nina Stuzhinskaya of Belarusian history 20 years of the last century, which znyapravzhvae myth of mindless obedience and rahmanasts Belarusians. Historical facts in support of this conclusion the scientist collected in the archives of Belarus and neighboring countries. However, all that is written — only the beginning to the study of all the events of the time, that deserve to be national Belarusian ideology, says Nina Stuzhinskaya:
"Essentially, it's a closed and little-known story that has to be lifted and opened from the Russian, Polish archives, archives of the KGB. Amazes me the scope, scale events of that chasu.U the time those people have done a tremendous foundation for today's independent Belarus. This story — respectable history for a modern ideology. "
The first book "Belarus rebellious" has long been a rarity. Copies of the second book — 500 copies — will disperse very quickly, says historian Igor Kuznetsov. He adds relevance of scientific publishing — the main estimation of the author, and the event in the cultural life of the national media:
"Any book, especially at such issues, in our country, where the theme of repression is not welcome past 16 years, this is a significant event. I wish that for other periods of Belarusian history of such work was more. "
Presentation of the book by Nina Stuzhinskaya "Belarus rebel: the history of the anti-Soviet resistance in the 1920s," will take place at 17 pm in the Crowne Plaza Hotel Minsk.