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Minister of Culture of the Russian Federation: The book "History of Crimea" was written because of the "perversions" of facts

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Culture Minister Vladimir Medinsky said that Russian historians wrote a book "History Crimea ”due to inaccuracies and fraud in Ukrainian textbooks.

Minister of Culture of the Russian Federation: The book "History of Crimea" was written because of the "perversions" of facts


The first in the modern Russian history book on the history of Crimea was published by the Russian military-historical society. It is possible to trace events on the territory of the Crimean peninsula from ancient times to the present. Candidates and doctors of historical sciences took part in writing the book.

“As recent events in Europe and Ukraine show, unfortunately, history is increasingly turning into a servant of politics. And the shameless perversions of historical facts, frantic propaganda, based on some fictions, total brainwashing, which a whole generation was subjected to in Ukraine, led to the appearance of people cut off from their land, ”the RIA Minister said. "News".

Medinsky noted that historians were horrified when they looked at Ukrainian history books.

“And soon after the reunification of the Crimea and Sevastopol (in March) with Russia, the idea arose of writing the normal human history of the Crimea. This project in the shortest possible time was organized by historians. And the book, which came out literally a few months after the reunification of the Crimea with Russia, unexpectedly unexpectedly headed this week the sales rating in many bookstores in Moscow and million-plus cities, ”the minister stressed.

According to him, this is a logical step, since "people are starving in truth." He also said that Russian President Vladimir Putin instructed the Russian Military Historical Society to develop a historical manual for schoolchildren.

“We hope that the history of Crimea in a more condensed form will become an integral part of the new history textbooks,” noted Medinsky.

He also said that the Ministry of Culture is in favor of creating a cultural and historical atlas of the Crimea.

“If the Heritage Institute comes up with a similar initiative, we will support it,” he said.
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  1. Vladimirets
    Vladimirets 20 November 2014 09: 20
    +13
    What about the great ukrov there is nothing there?
    1. Sharky
      Sharky 20 November 2014 09: 24
      +6
      The winners write the story !!! So about the great ukrov there is little to find! hi
      1. Oleg NSK
        Oleg NSK 20 November 2014 09: 34
        +13
        .... if you write an honest history of Crimea ... you have to describe the activities of the Crimean Tatars during the Second World War ... how to deal with this ... it’s necessary to tell about their atrocities, which Bandera people didn’t even dream about ... and about enough Stalin’s humane attitude towards them, he simply relocated to where they had historically come from ... but he could have managed them democratically, like the British with the Indians or the Australians
        ... in general, if someone wants to read about the Crimea, I recommend a series of books by D. Tarasenko
        1. Natalia
          Natalia 20 November 2014 09: 38
          +10
          Quote: Oleg NSK
          The winners write the story !!!

          And they rewrite z.a.s.r.a.s. ...

          The most interesting, actually the history of Ukraine begins with the 1991 of the year A.D. winked
          And it’s very funny to watch how dill diligently suck out their great 1000-summer story lol

          People somebody tell these dEbils that:
          1. the word actually Ukraine (in its essence a common noun) originates from the 1569 of the year. When Ukraine was called the outskirts of the Commonwealth.
          (By the way, that’s why it is right to speak Russian in Ukraine, and not in Ukraine. Can’t you say it in the outskirts of the city?)
          2. If it were not for Uncle Lenin, and not Comrade Stalin (who actually laid the administrative-territorial foundation of Ukraine), then Ukraine would not exist now.
          3. But because the monuments to Lenin (in place of dill) should not be demolished and put up.

          Bandera - by the way, did not lay the foundation for the statehood of Ukraine. He was just a gangster, petty, worthless, cowardly, embittered.
          1. Duke
            Duke 20 November 2014 10: 04
            +1
            The Vinnytsia State Cartographic Factory has released the Globe of Ukraine ("Ukraine on the Kuli"), most of which is occupied by an independent Ukraine, its state flag and coat of arms. There are simply no other countries on this globe, the Kommersant newspaper reports.
            There are no meridians or parallels on this globe, and its entire surface is occupied by a detailed map of Ukraine with forests, rivers and with the designation of large cities.
            At the same time, Sevastopol is not indicated at all on the Crimean peninsula, but in those parts of the map where the adjacent territories of Russia and other European countries should be, the state flag, coat of arms with a trident are drawn and information about Ukraine is provided.
            This product is called a "souvenir", the "instructions for use" says that "Ukraine for kuli" cannot be used near heat sources, it must be kept in dark places, protected "from exposure to direct sunlight." The national globe costs 40 hryvnia and, despite this, is in great demand.
            1. vladimirZ
              vladimirZ 20 November 2014 13: 37
              +1
              Medinsky noted that historians were horrified when they looked into Ukrainian history textbooks. (from article)


              It is urgently necessary, just yesterday, in Russia to publish a TRUE book "History of Ukraine".
              It is needed by the people of Novorossiya, the Russians living in the "Ukraine", all who are not crazy about the "Ukrainian history". For counter-propaganda, after all.
          2. Oleg NSK
            Oleg NSK 20 November 2014 10: 05
            0
            I ask the request Natalya ... but this is not my quote

            ... and in general, an article about Crimea ... where does Ukraine ... fortunately, it has nothing to do with Crimea
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            2. Natalia
              Natalia 20 November 2014 11: 01
              +2
              Quote: Oleg NSK
              I ask the request Natalya ... but this is not my quote

              Oh sorry .... accidentally happened, hee lol )))
              1. Oleg NSK
                Oleg NSK 20 November 2014 12: 00
                +2
                Oh sorry


                ... oh leave ... it happens ... hi

                "And you are beautiful inappropriate
                And you are smart at random. "


                ... I sincerely believe that ladies are allowed almost everything yes
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          4. avdkrd
            avdkrd 20 November 2014 11: 00
            +1
            Quote: Natalia
            And it’s very funny to watch how dill diligently suck out their great 1000-summer story

            Not at all from the finger they suck. It's funny that they themselves .....
          5. Sargas
            Sargas 20 November 2014 13: 31
            +2
            Still, not from 1991 but from 1922. A sovereign state, theoretically yes, from the 91st, it is only necessary to clarify that sovereignty was purely decorative. And the status of the state as part of the Federation of Ukraine was cut from the noble shoulder by Lenin, when creating the USSR. So in this context, the destruction of monuments to Lenin, the father of Ukrainian statehood, looks especially stupid.
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      3. Drunya
        Drunya 20 November 2014 09: 41
        +4
        The first book in the history of Crimea in modern Russian history was published by the Russian Military Historical Society.
        1. Egoza
          Egoza 20 November 2014 09: 46
          +5
          Quote: Dryuya
          The first book in the history of Crimea in modern Russian history was published by the Russian Military Historical Society.

          Urgently the second circulation and in large volume!
    2. jktu66
      jktu66 20 November 2014 09: 30
      +3
      What about the great ukrov there is nothing there?
      Nothing dumb! Crimea tse Russia! smile
    3. ispaniard
      ispaniard 20 November 2014 09: 41
      +3
      Quote: Vladimirets
      What about the great ukrov there is nothing there?

      And thank God! History is a science on the basis of which the present and future of any country and nation is written ... A country spitting into its history and frankly joking (there is no other epithet) over it as Ukraine did with its "Ancient Ukraine" - has no future ...
      Vladimir Medinsky impresses me as a person in his place. Just as in their places are: S. Shoigu, S. Lavrov and the representative of the Russian Federation to the UN V. Churkin.
      More such correct decisions from V.V.P. in terms of conformity of a person to his position in the state.
      1. Egoza
        Egoza 20 November 2014 09: 55
        +3
        Quote: ispaniard
        A country spitting into its history and frankly mocking (there is no other epithet) over it as Ukraine did with its "Ancient Ukraine" - has no future ...

        Comrade citizens! You do not understand! The theory of ancient Ukrainians was brought by Yushchenko's wife. In that Baptist community, where she sang in the choir, on whose money she studied in college, the head is a former Banderite, having read various stories about ancient civilizations, and invented a "new history of Ukrainians." The guys from the State Department paid attention to him and helped ... Well, then you know. Katya married Vitya, Vitya was imbued with a new story (well, of course - so immediately pride for "my nation" began to burst forth). I created a new historical institute for the study ... all the poor in spirit, mediocre historians of Ukraine happily wagged their tails - here it is - the long-awaited opportunity to become doctors of sciences, professors, academicians, and began to scribble! Including textbooks. Now we have a headache, what to do with it and how to eradicate it.
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    5. fox21h
      fox21h 20 November 2014 09: 43
      +1
      But what about the Black Sea and the Caucasus Mountains, because this ancient kakly did it? wink
      And in general, everything went from kaklov and Maidan leads to prosperity, the production of Antonov is booming. And the living conditions of the kaklov became simply divine, how will all this now exist?))
    6. Giant thought
      Giant thought 20 November 2014 10: 50
      +3
      The right decision to write a true book about the history of Crimea, people must know the true story.
      1. twviewer
        twviewer 20 November 2014 13: 21
        0
        May, Panama’s Mala is small, but nevertheless, speaking in Russian, the book was not written thanks to, but contrary to perversions (distortion ?!) stories.
        PS let’s learn to express thoughts correctly, for a journalist - this is especially important
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  2. kelevra
    kelevra 20 November 2014 09: 21
    +1
    It is important to remove not only intentionally distorted information about Crimea, but also about historical accuracy in general! The history of territories such as Crimea, where different nationalities live and which have their own difficult destiny, must be written very carefully, taking into account all the details and absolutely objectively!
  3. Abbra
    Abbra 20 November 2014 09: 21
    +2
    I note that history is an object similar in part to chemistry: one hundred pieces can be created from two ingredients in any proportion. But such a book, of course, is needed. For example, I believe that Medinsky’s book about the Second World War can be safely recommended for reading to students.
  4. Drew
    Drew 20 November 2014 09: 29
    +4
    the export version of the book would not hurt
    1. Drunya
      Drunya 20 November 2014 11: 50
      0
      Quote: Drew
      the export version of the book would not hurt

      especially in Ukrainian for Kiev !!!!
  5. shtch
    shtch 20 November 2014 09: 32
    +6
    And especially it would not hurt - an electronic version, placed everywhere wherever possible, flesh to pirate libraries.
  6. Gray 43
    Gray 43 20 November 2014 09: 34
    +1
    Eh, only the people are imbued with respect for the feat of "ancient ukrov" when they dug the Black Sea, there is already a change of priorities. History should at least be neutral in interpretation and not have that monstrous nationalist tilt as in Ukraine and the Baltic states
  7. Andrea
    Andrea 20 November 2014 09: 34
    +1
    History is a fragile thing, it must be treated with care. The people who have forgotten their past have no future.
    1. Penelope
      Penelope 20 November 2014 11: 49
      +1
      But what about the book about the true history of Russia, weakly.
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  8. Bassoon
    Bassoon 20 November 2014 09: 35
    0
    In general, it would be fair to recover from dill a certain amount for finding Crimea in their composition.
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  10. shishakova
    shishakova 20 November 2014 09: 40
    0
    "You may not be a man, but you must be a citizen."
    Both in science and in art, the main thing is truth, honesty.
  11. Mountain shooter
    Mountain shooter 20 November 2014 09: 42
    +1
    The electronic version of the book wherever possible. Let the ancient Ukrainians read, and be amazed. True, they will soon forget how to read Russian. It is precisely this that Svidomo authorities achieve under the control of strip-eared.
  12. qQQQ
    qQQQ 20 November 2014 09: 43
    +2
    If we are considering the issue of compensation, then Russia can bargain on this issue, Ukraine has always said that Crimea is subsidized and weighs heavily on the budget, so Ukraine must compensate Russia for costs, we can agree on 50% to 50% of Ukraine’s expenses on subsidies to Crimea . But seriously, Russia needs to be much more active and not be shy to calculate how much any support of the former allies cost.
  13. Walk
    Walk 20 November 2014 09: 44
    +2
    It is necessary not only to write the history of Crimea, but also the history of Russia. In Russian history textbooks, too, liberals and "democrats" deliberately changed history, and not for the better. And we need to write more good historical and adventure prose for all ages in order to instill in young people an interest in the study of history. And so far only an ardent Russophobe Akunin is sprinkling such prose.
  14. Vend
    Vend 20 November 2014 09: 55
    +1
    Very good and necessary thing. And how many more dark spots remain. Works the ocean and another glass.
  15. Abbra
    Abbra 20 November 2014 09: 59
    +1
    By the way, we make a small glass. Today now. At least on the Military Review, which is read in the West. Therefore, I am turned back by some really stupid and barbaric statements here. All these "black monkeys" and "toads" do not paint us at all. Restraint and analytics. Dashing Russian banter and restraint.
    1. your1970
      your1970 20 November 2014 10: 36
      +1
      a small glass ???? belay
      1. Abbra
        Abbra 20 November 2014 10: 41
        0
        Read above. Do you think that a tank?
  16. zero12005
    zero12005 20 November 2014 10: 05
    +1
    Fancy a scientific history symposium somewhere in Europe? The history of the continent is more or less similar for all, and the great U.K.R.'s tell how they dug the sea. Decent people will shyly turn away, and simpler people can call an "ambulance" ...
  17. b.t.a.
    b.t.a. 20 November 2014 10: 06
    +2
    Why is the history of Crimea only? Why not write a whole series of books about the history of other areas and regions. In Russia, there are a lot of interesting places from the point of view of history from Kamchatka to Kaliningrad. This business is necessary, if the youth does not know the true history of their homeland, we will receive a generation of stupid Nazis.
  18. DPZ
    DPZ 20 November 2014 10: 07
    0
    let's talk about the South-East and about the whole of Ukraine. and in all languages ​​and around the world to replicate.
  19. Good cat
    Good cat 20 November 2014 10: 18
    +1
    But how did the Great Sea digging the Black Sea dig there?
  20. witch
    witch 20 November 2014 10: 20
    +1
    Each policy has its own story. Therefore, each government writes it in its own way. Recall Kolchak, in the USSR he was a traitor and not a very good person. In Russian history, he simply wanted to save the Russian state.
  21. alexandrovich
    alexandrovich 20 November 2014 10: 53
    0
    Historians are working in the right direction !!!
    1. Karabanov
      Karabanov 20 November 2014 12: 30
      +1
      It's a good thing ... But historians at all times work in the direction that is dictated to them from above ... When circumstances change, they can submit the exact opposite material. And domestic history proves this.
      But this cunning face of Medinsky generally does not have confidence. Marketmaker, batter and fittler. You see, he approved of the new history of Crimea, but the fact that in everything else, people are getting stupid, getting dumb ... do not care. One exam that is worth ...
  22. Kapitan Oleg
    Kapitan Oleg 20 November 2014 10: 54
    +2
    I liked Medinsky's expression: "that historians were horrified when they looked into Ukrainian history textbooks!" Otherwise, they did not know before what the storytellers of Great Dill were composing! We love to serve the tsar-father, and fulfill the five-year plan in three years. That's what is disgusting. Why didn't they take care of this earlier? And so the book is necessary, no words.
  23. Donskoi
    Donskoi 20 November 2014 11: 04
    +1
    Quote: Natalia
    Quote: Oleg NSK
    The winners write the story !!!

    And they rewrite z.a.s.r.a.s. ...

    The most interesting, actually the history of Ukraine begins with the 1991 of the year A.D. winked
    And it’s very funny to watch how dill diligently suck out their great 1000-summer story lol

    People somebody tell these dEbils that:
    1. the word actually Ukraine (in its essence a common noun) originates from the 1569 of the year. When Ukraine was called the outskirts of the Commonwealth.
    (By the way, that’s why it is right to speak Russian in Ukraine, and not in Ukraine. Can’t you say it in the outskirts of the city?)
    2. If it were not for Uncle Lenin, and not Comrade Stalin (who actually laid the administrative-territorial foundation of Ukraine), then Ukraine would not exist now.
    3. But because the monuments to Lenin (in place of dill) should not be demolished and put up.

    Bandera - by the way, did not lay the foundation for the statehood of Ukraine. He was just a gangster, petty, worthless, cowardly, embittered.

    Hello Natalia! I often meet your comments and always support them! I support all the points here, only the first I want to correct a little, I recently learned from Ukrainian historians. So, the name https://ru.wikipedia.org/ is first mentioned in the Ipatiev Chronicle 1187 years in connection with the death in the Pereyaslavl land of Prince Vladimir Glebovich (“there is a lot of fasting about him in Ukraine”), later in the annals of 1189 and 1213. These references belonged to the outlying territories of the Pereyaslavsky (Posulskaya line), Galician and Volyn principalities.
    Having dug so deeply in pursuit of "who was before", they (the Ukrainians) themselves, and "separated" from Kievan Rus! After all, at that time Kievan Rus was still in good health, and they also turn out, but in the quality of the outskirts. And not what they are not the only heirs of Russia, how they scream everywhere! At that time they were already only a part of Ukraine. So the origin of the three peoples from Great Russia is still confirmed.
    Sorry for the clarification, I just got so sick of their "greatness" that I myself began to delve into the historical "jungle" hi
  24. R150
    R150 20 November 2014 11: 44
    +1
    hmm ... Crimea? maybe just the Crimean peninsula ?.
    it is crooked somehow.
    since 1783, the Crimean peninsula is the territory of the Russian Empire and everything, it is not necessary to produce entities, the rake of small-town sovereignties will again emerge.
    Well, there was already a division on a national basis into republics, and what did it lead to?
    this is not the story of any particular territory or nationality, this is the history of Russia!
    PS: the devil is in the details.
  25. wladimir
    wladimir 20 November 2014 12: 19
    +2
    “And soon after the reunification of Crimea and Sevastopol (in March) with Russia, the idea arose of writing a normal human history of Crimea.
    What about the history of Russia? It’s time to bring order here too! And write the truth about the USSR! and its collapse
  26. Yurrra.
    Yurrra. 20 November 2014 17: 33
    0
    Quote: Walk
    It is necessary not only to write the history of Crimea, but also the history of Russia. In Russian history textbooks, too, liberals and "democrats" deliberately changed history, and not for the better. And we need to write more good historical and adventure prose for all ages in order to instill in young people an interest in the study of history. And so far only an ardent Russophobe Akunin is sprinkling such prose.

    Yu. A. Nikitin is more interesting than Akunin and at least three of the young