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The article provides the set of Ukrainian historiography scholarly
works on the events of Yalta-45 Conference being first subjected to
system-oriented examination in humanitarian and socio-political
practice (not only classical monographs but an appreciable regional
data array such as conference reports, round-table discussions
verbatim accounts, etc. has been analyzed within the framework of the
research). In the course of the research two vectors of Ukrainian
historiography defined by the author as a vector of "continentalists"
and a vector of "the Crimeans" have been brought to light.
A tendency towards transformation of historic exploration of the past
into politological discourse was documented. The causes of the
phenomenon were found in ideological attitudes. Furthermore, factors
opposing this tendency were enunciated: the sense of inherent
ethnical exclusiveness versus dynamic "parochial patriotism".
The elicited situation fits in with globalizing trends of up-to-date
knowledge of the past which is intent on studying events of the last
100 years within the bounds of politological science methodology. It
is mentioned that historical discourse on Yalta-45 preserves
substantial gnoseological potential (in witness whereof there are
examples of syncretizing various forms of knowledge in Ukrainian
historiography). It is specified that in view of special conditions
Ukrainian historiography has come to grips with formation of
interdisciplinary schools of world history grand events cognition.
This was exemplified in terms of Yalta conference historiography. The
peril that a standard tradition can face is the absolute absorption
of historical studies by politological discourse which can be well
regarded as a "civilized challenge" to the present-day
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