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Problems of Ukrainian military symbolism in the editorial policy of Military history almanac

Author(s): Victor Karpov
Subject(s): Cultural history, Military history
Published by: Національна академія керівних кадрів культури і мистецтв
Keywords: almanac; army; military units; symbols;

Summary/Abstract: Military Historical Almanac of the National Military History Museum of Ukraine since its publication in 2000, much attention is paid to the problems of Ukrainian military symbols. Each issue of the journal edited determined to publish material on issues of heraldry, faleristics, veksylolohiya, emblems or uniformistyky. Materials placed in the anthology dedicated as a historical aspects Ukrainian symbols and symbolism of the Armed Forces of Ukraine and other military formations modern period.The historical aspects of Ukrainian symbols include articles Sokyrko Alexei, Vladimir Panchenko, Nina Kovtanyuk, Nicholas CHMYR, T. bayonet, Andrew Rukkasa, Viktor Karpov, Vitaly Manzurenko, Joan Denysyuk, Mikhail Kovalchuk and others.To the problems of the state known scientists turned symvoliky Dmytrienko Maria and Yuri Savchuk. Their scientific exploration relates to discuss the question of the Great State Emblem of Ukraine. A large amount of publications on symbolism refers to the period of the Liberation Struggle 1917 – 1920 years. One of the first material of uniform Ukrainian army and its symbols during this period published Victor Karpov. In their study, Taras Bayonet addresses the problem of formation of the Black Sea Fleet Ukrainian state. Against this background, it reveals the process of becoming a Ukrainian naval symbols. Continuing the theme of Ukrainian military prapornytstva, edition published material Andrei Rukkasa description of icons for linear 4th Infantry Brigade.The development of modern Ukrainian faleristics Military History Almanac pays no attention. Publishes materials on the implementation of state and departmental awards. This issue devoted their portfolio Stepan Paholko, Olga Martin, Vitaly Manzurenko Alexander Kucheruk Andrew Rukkas. Materials about state awards of independent Ukraine and symbols of modern Armed Forces of Ukraine Victor served Buzalo, Alexander Vorobyev, Viktor Karpov, Alexander Scriabin, Igor Chichkan Ludmila Bayati, Jeanne Denysyuk Yuri Shapoval, Nicholas Tsarenko.Editorial Almanac paid attention to the problems of formation and development of symbols and other military units, including the symbolism of the Border Troops of Ukraine, Security Service of Ukraine and the State Service for Special Communication and Information Protection of Ukraine.General activities of the Military Historical Almanac, popularized the formation and development of the Ukrainian military symbols. Printed materials cover a wide range of issues, reflecting the processing of symbols in uniformolohiyi, faleristics, veksylolohiya, emblems and heraldry. This made it possible to show the historical symbolism of the processing of the Armed Forces and other military formations Ukraine. It is this Military Historical Almanac is a valuable source in the study of military symbolism Ukraine.

  • Issue Year: 2014
  • Issue No: 3
  • Page Range: 264-268
  • Page Count: 5
  • Language: Ukrainian