and the Inter-Revolutionary Period
of 1917 in the Kuban Region:
© Sergey M. Sivkov
Cand. Sci. (National History), Assoc. Prof.,
Department of Humanities and Mathematical Disciplines,
Southern Institute of Management
Аbstract: Article is devoted to the events connected with the difficult processes of two revolutions and the inter-revolutionary period of 1917 in the Kuban region. This period characterizes by the surge of the political activity in Russian provinces and discussions about possible models of state power. The position of representatives of various political parties and estates on some key questions of local government are shown. It is convincingly proved that the unwillingness of various political forces and groups to be tolerant to each other provoked the beginning of the armed opposition which has developed into the Civil war in the region. These lessons of history are very useful in our days.
Keywords: Kuban Cossacks, non-residents, Kuban region, revolutionary events of 1917, civil committee, land relations, all-class congress, October revolution, Civil war.
Article information: Received on May 16, 2017, signed by the print, volume 2 / 2017 on July 19, 2017, published on July 31, 2017.
Full bibliographic reference to the article: Sivkov, S. M., Revolyutsii i mezhrevolyutsionnyy period 1917 goda na Kubani: istoricheskiy opyt (Revolutions and the Inter-Revolutionary Period of 1917 in the Kuban Region: Historical Experience), Nasledie Vekov, 2017, no. 2, pp. 36-40. URL: http://heritage-magazine.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/2017_2_Sivkov.pdf. Accessed Month DD, YYYY.