Historical and Cultural Aspects of the Creation, Development and Preservation of the Russian Military Memorial Heritage During the Pre-Revolutionary Period
Abstract.The rationale of the analysis of historical and cultural aspects of the creation, development and preservation of the Russian military memorial heritage during the pre-revolutionary period is caused by the fact that this is an understudied topic as well as the need to define the basic vectors of today's state policy in culture, education, patriotic education of youg people, and heritage preservation. The object of the research is the famous monuments and places. The subject of the research is the creation, development and preservation of the Russian military memorial heritage during the pe-revolutionary period. The authors focus on the temple construction, creation of the first monuments, adoption of the first legal acts, development of the military memorial environment after major military conflicts, and establishment of the Imperial Russian Military Historical Society. The conceptual grounds for cultural policy of the modern time and problems of transmitting Russian traditions of cultural heritage preservation were studied by O. Astafieva, O. Avanesova, S. Sinetsky, O. Galkova and other researchers. The scientific novelty of the research is caused by the fact that this is a rather understudied issue in the history of culture. The analysis of the military memorial heritage is of fundamental importance for science, society and state because many problems related to preservation of military memorial heritage can be solved only through scientific analysis and, without any doubts, will contribute to the development of the cultural sphere, achievement of state defense objectives and creation of the careful attitude to the historical memory objects.
Keywords: monument, regimental temple, temple construction, pre-revolutionary period, military memorial heritage, monumental art, cultural policy, historical memory, Russian military history, obelisk
Article was received:26-10-2018
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