NEW ARCHIVAL MATERIALS REGARDS THE “ODESSA PERIODS” IN THE BIOGRAPHY OF THE MINISTER OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS OF THE UKRAINIAN STATE (HETMANATE) G.E. AFANAS’EV (1848-1925)

  • Sergii Berezin the State archives of Odessa region, 18, Zhukovs’koho Street, Odessa, 65026, Ukraine
Keywords: George Afanas’ev, history of the Ukrainian diplomacy, history of science and education, Novorossiysky University, Odessa

Abstract

The article is based on archival materials from the collections of the State Archives of Odessa Region, Vernadsky National Library of Ukraine (Kiev) and the Russian State Library (Moscow). These materials provide documental confirmation of the little-known facts of the biography of George Afanas`ev, the famous historian and educator, journalist, banker and diplomat, public and state figure. The represented source base allows to refine and supplement the information from the historiography about the life and work of Afanas`ev in the period of his stay in Odessa and activity in the Novorossiysky University. Some of these documents are published and introduced into scientific circulation for the first time.

 

Berezin, S. (2017). New Archival Materials Regards the “Odessa Periods” in the Biography of the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Ukrainian State (Hetmanate) G.E. Afanas’ev (1848-1925). Mìžnarodnì zv’âzki Ukraïni: naukovì pošuki ì znahìdki – The International relations of Ukraine: scientific searches and findings, 26, 394-414 [in Ukrainian].

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Published
2017-11-27
How to Cite
Sergii Berezin. (2017). NEW ARCHIVAL MATERIALS REGARDS THE “ODESSA PERIODS” IN THE BIOGRAPHY OF THE MINISTER OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS OF THE UKRAINIAN STATE (HETMANATE) G.E. AFANAS’EV (1848-1925). International Relations of Ukraine: Scientific Searches and Findings, (26), 394-414. https://doi.org/10.15407/mzu2017.26.394