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    State expropriation of food products in the countryside in the epoch of ‘war communism‘.R. A. Khaziev & M. A. Khazieva - 2018 - Liberal Arts in Russia 7 (1):72-80.
    The authors of the article study a series of traumatic events from 1914 to 1921 that Russia lived through: the Bolshevik revolution, the Civil War, expropriations and requisitions in the countryside, and famine. Analyzing these events, the authors show, how they contributed to the complete breakdown of the status quo associated with the tsarist regime and led to the emergence and, eventually, to the widespread perpetration of violence widely used by the Bolsheviks in the era of ‘war communism‘. The authors (...)
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    Euphemisms of the thematic group ‘warfare‘ in modern British periodicals.E. D. Zaitseva - 2018 - Liberal Arts in Russia 7 (1):30-37.
    The media is the main source of information for ordinary citizens, who are interested in the world news. However, it should be remembered that the newspapers and magazines try to attract attention to the message with the special language and speech means that induce the audience to definitely respond to the information received. Wars, genocide, terrorist acts, as well as other manifestations of violence towards innocent people, are widely discussed by all mass media. Euphemisms are used to describe such cruel (...)
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