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2017 | 26 |
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КОНСУЛИ ЄВРОПЕЙСЬКИХ КРАЇН У МИКОЛАЄВІ (ДРУГА ПОЛОВИНА XIX – ПОЧАТОК ХХ ст.)

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CONSULS OF EUROPEAN STATES IN MYKOLAYIV (THE SECOND HALF OF THE 19TH – THE BEGINNING OF THE 20TH CENTURIES)
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An integral part of modern Ukrainian historical science is to study consular missions on the territory of modern Ukraine, which, unfortunately, for many years has not caused interest of scholars. This article examines the formation of European states’ consular offices in Mykolayiv and the role of foreign consular representatives in the city during the second half of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Taking care of the interests of their own state and citizens, they simultaneously contributed to the development of trade, commercial activity, the rise of banks and hospitals in the city, made a significant contribution to the progression of education, newspapers, science, art, sports, spiritual life of citizens and, in fact, to the development of southern Ukrainian cities.
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  • Black Sea National University after Peter Mohyla
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