Stanislav Vadimovich Slivko is Post-graduate Student of the Chair of Russian History at Far Eastern State University of Humanities.
This article deals with the questions of functioning of Far East Istpart through the agency of its scientific and socio-political communication. In 1920-1930s Far East Istpart was the one of main centres that studied the history of Russian revolutions, the Civil war and armed intervention in the Far East. Far East Istpart cooperated with many organizations, institutions and people. Archival, archeographic, publishing, museum exhibiting, bibliography, advocacy and other activities of Far East Istpart could only be accomplished by means of close cooperation with the Istpart of Сentral Committee of All-Union Communist Party (of bolsheviks), the Institute of Marx-Engels-Lenin (IMEL), the NKVD, museums, archives, universities, public organizations (All-Union Community of Political Ex-convicts and Exiles (VOSB), All-Union Community of Old Bolsheviks (VOSB)), historical commissions (Istprof, Istmol), editorial offices of newspapers, artists and people of culture and wide public. These connections allow to better evaluate the contribution of Far East Istpart into protection, research and popularization of historical and cultural heritage of the Far East of Russia. Research of the many-faceted activities of Far East Istpart helps present the role performed by historical institutions in the conditions of society's modernization, one of the most acute contemporary Russia.
Key words: Far East Istpart, Istpart of Сentral Committee of All-Union Communist Party (of bolsheviks), the Institute of Marx-Engels-Lenin (IMEL), All-Union Community of Political Ex-convicts and Exiles (VOSB), All-Union Community of Old Bolsheviks (VOSB), the NKVD, Istprof, Istmol, Soviet history.
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