Кадетские традиции в воспоминаниях выпускников Полоцкого корпуса: (вторая половина XIX столетия)

Translated title of the contribution: CADET TRADITIONS IN THE MEMOIRS OF THE GRADUATES OF THE POLOTSK CORPS (SECOND HALF OF THE 19TH CENTURY)

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Abstract

In the article, unknown materials on the history of the Polotsk Cadet Corps, such as the memoirs of K.D. Pelissky (1891) and N.N. Luknitsky (2014) are presented. There is detailed description about illegal cadet's traditions sush as walking through the lofts underground communications of the building of the Jusuit Academy. In contrast to the memories of other cadets who mention these «excursions» in passing, Pelissky and Luknitsky narrate about the subjects in question in great detail. Insolated corp's location left traces on the style life and games of the grown ups cadets. Forbidden and romantic trips from one generation to another connected vestless cadet's brotherhood. Forbidden trips to the underground and lofts rooms were the symbol of independence, will and real opportunity to test themselves.
Translated title of the contribution CADET TRADITIONS IN THE MEMOIRS OF THE GRADUATES OF THE POLOTSK CORPS (SECOND HALF OF THE 19TH CENTURY)
Original languageRussian
Pages (from-to)33-46
JournalКЛИО
Issue number3(135)
StatePublished - 27 Mar 2018

Scopus subject areas

  • Arts and Humanities(all)

Keywords

  • POLOTSK
  • CADET CORPS
  • PELISSKY
  • LUKNITSKY
  • MILITARY EDUCATION
  • DUNGEONS OF THE JESUIT ACADEMY
  • CADET TRADITIONS
  • memories

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