Belarus People Culture

By its flag, its emblems, its large plants of tractors, its sovkhozes, its urban grey, his impassive officials and its president authoritarian Alexandre Loukachenko, Belarus retains much of the Soviet Republic that she was between 1919 and 1991. And yet, a new wind seems to blow on the country.

In this March 25, 2018, under the sky blue, once is not custom, Minsk, its capital, twenty-five thousand people gathered in an atmosphere of jubilation. They were celebrating 100 years of the People’s Republic that declared the independence of Belarus to a Russia Bolshevik then in the civil war.

This is a century that these some three – hundred thousand km2 forest, swamp, and peat, stuck to the edge of the Poland and Russia, declared themselves free and sovereign: the culmination of a cultural and political, both national and social renaissance, company a few years earlier. This was short-lived. The German occupation troops which had tolerated this declaration of independence, … Read More

Repressed literary men, scientists, educators, public and cultural figures of Belarus, 1794-1991. Volume I-III

Том I. Прадмова
Том I. Скароты
Том I
Том II
Том III. Кнiга I
Том III. Кнiга II
Том III. Кнiга II. Дадатак
Том III. Кніга II. Статыстыка

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Extermination

A research book dedicated to Belarusian literature men eradicated during the Stalin’s years.

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Valery Marakou. Fate, Chronicles. Context. (Monography by Leanid Marakou) (1999)

Valery Marakou. Fate, Chronicles. Context.

 

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Summits of wishes (1930)

Valery Marakou

Summits of wishes (1930)

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Recusants – III. Third attempt. A novel in stories.

Leanid Marakou offers you Stories about repressed men and their descendants. Repressed, but not broken down…

The fate of the “recusants”, characters from the books by Leanid Marakou, differs from story to story, but they all belong то the same kind – people who stand out by their hate to injustice, uncompromising will to fight for their freedom, for better life. To fight till the very end, to figth no matter what price. Even if the price is their own life.

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100 miniatures

On life, death and love

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Lyrics (1959)

Valery Marakou

Lyrics (1959)

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Just one night

A documentary book about the bloodiest night in the Belarusian history, from 28th to 29th October of 1937, when Stalin’s murderers had exterminated about 100 cultural and literature figures of Belarus, the elite of the nation, locked up in the Minsk’s internal NKVD prison.

Апошні (з дадаткамі 2007 г.) варыянт кнігі “Толькі адна ноч” гл. ў даведніку
“Ахвяры і карнікі”.

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