Tạp chí Nghiên cứu Lịch sử số 11 năm 2016

16/01/2017
Tạp chí Nghiên cứu Lịch sử số 11 năm 2016 có các bài viết của các tác giả: Bài phát biểu của GS.TS Trần Đại Quang; Đào Thị Diến; Nguyễn Văn Thưởng; Kiều Lê Công Sơn; Trần Thị Thu Hương-Phạm Đức Kiên; Ngô Văn Hà; Nguyễn Duy Thụy; Lê Tiến Công; Vũ Dương Ninh; Nguyễn Văn Kim

MỤC LỤC

 

- Bài phát biểu của GS.TS Trần Đại Quang, Ủy viên Bộ Chính trị, Chủ tịch nước Cộng hòa xã hội chủ nghĩa Việt Nam tại Lễ kỷ niệm 50 năm Ngày thành lập Hội Khoa học Lịch sử Việt Nam

 

Đào Thị Diến: Hà Nội thời cận đại - Từ nhượng địa đến thành phố

 

Nguyễn Văn Thưởng: Phong trào "Nước Xu" ở miền núi Nam Trung Bộ và Tây Nguyên (1935-1940)

 

Kiều Lê Công Sơn: Vai trò của giao thông vận tải đối với việc lưu thông hàng hóa ở miền Nam Việt Nam dưới thời Việt Nam Cộng hòa (1955-1975)

 

Trần Thị Thu Hương - Phạm Đức Kiên: Công tác đào tạo đội ngũ cán bộ của miền Bắc Việt Nam ở nước ngoài thời kỳ (1954-1975)

 

Ngô Văn Hà: Đặc điểm giáo dục đại học ở miền Bắc thời kỳ 1954-1975

 

Nguyễn Duy Thụy: Vấn đề lao động - việc làm của đồng bào dân tộc thiểu số từ địa phương khác đến Tây Nguyên trong giai đoạn hiện nay

 

TƯ LIỆU - ĐÍNH CHÍNH

 

Lê Tiến Công: Công tác tuần tiễu, kiểm soát vùng biển miền Trung qua một số tư liệu

 

LỊCH SỬ VỚI NHÀ TRƯỜNG

 

Vũ Dương Ninh: Nghiên cứu lịch sử thế giới ở một số trường đại học trong 30 năm đổi mới (1986-2016)

 

ĐỌC SÁCH

 

Nguyễn Văn Kim: Quá trình xâm nhập của Pháp vào Việt Nam từ cuối thế kỷ XVII đến giữa thế kỷ XIX: Nguyên nhân và hệ quả

 

TÓM TẮT

           

Hanoi in the Modern Time - From Concession to City

Dr. Dao Thi Dien

National Archives Center No I in Hanoi

In the course of the French aggression of Vietnam, the French colonial authorities often targeted to areas which met two most basic elements: transport and commerce in order to build the Capital for a long-term development and stability of their rule. That clearly expressed through making choices of Saigon as "the capital of Cochinchina" ​​and Hanoi as "the capital of Tonkin" and "the capital of French Indochina Union".

Given archives discovered by the National Archives Center No I in Hanoi and the Archives Nationales d'Outre Mer (ANOM) in Aix-en Provence, the article seeks to prove that naturally the process of turning Hanoi from the land of a "concession" to the "capital of Cochinchina" and "the capital of French Indochina Union" of the French colonial administration in Indochina was the implementation of an “annexionnisme” and a "strategy of grawing"(Strategie du grignotage) highlighted by Philippe Papin “Hanoï et ses territoires".

 

The “Nuoc Xu” Movement in Central South and Highlands Mountains (1935-1940)

                                                                       

                                                                                     Dr. Nguyen Van Thuong

Phu Yen University

The "Nuoc Xu" movement led by Sam Bram in 1935 at a place of Son Hoa district was responded and participated by Cham, Ede, Bana in the Western mountains of Phu Yen province. Until 1937, the movement spreaded widely over mountainous areas of the Central South and Highlands regions with the participation of most ethnic minorities living in this region. The movement contributed to glorious victories of mountainous ethnic minorities, an integral part of our national history of building and defense.

 

Role of Transport to Merchandise Circulation in South Vietnam under the Republic of Vietnam (1955-1975)

 

Kieu Le Cong Son, MA

Department of Education and Training, District 12, Ho Chi Minh City

To regulate the market, the Republic of Vietnam government under the US aid policy made great efforts in renovation, reconstruction and construction of additional transportation networks. The government also expanded many harbors of unloading goods, making the most means of transport to carry out loading and unloading, transportation, distribution, and merchandise circulation. The circulation contributed to spread the trade development, while making changes of export and import of the Republic of Vietnam.

 

Cadres Training of the North Vietnam in Foreign Countries during the Period 1954-1975

 

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Tran Thi Thu Huong

Dr. Pham Duc Kien

Institute of Party History, HCMNAP

The course of the Vietnamese history from 1954 to 1975 is a unique phenomenon in world history. At the same time, Vietnam carried out two revolutionary strategies in a condition of a partitioned country. Although deeply governed by the laws of war, the Vietnam Workers' Party (now the Communist Party of Vietnam), the Government of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam (now the Government of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam) are specially interested in the training of staff in all fields, notably including staff training abroad (mainly in socialist countries). This trained team contributed to the Vietnamese revolution not only in wartime but also in peacetime after the reunification.

 

High-Education Remarks in North Vietnam in 1954-1975

 

Dr. Ngo Van Ha

University of Economics, the University of Da Nang

In the course of history of the people of Vietnam, from 1954 to 1975 was a period of long struggle, hardship implement national reunification, in which the rear north, the south is big money online. As an integral part of the revolutionary line, Higher Education in the North made important contributions to the glorious victory of the Great Victory in Spring 1975. Through 20 years of development and growth, the high education of the North Vietnam associated with outstanding performance, become rare phenomena of the twentieth century. It was rolling with a losing battle, one of the nations also directly serve production and combat. University teachers and students were strived tirelessly, overcoming hardships, overcome "bullet rain storms bomb" to put higher education development and training of staff expertise on all large areas of social life, become valuable resources of the country.

 

 

Labor and Employment Problems of the Compatriots of the Ethnic Minorities

from Another Areas to Central Highlands in the Present Day

 

                                                                                  Dr. Nguyen Duy Thuy

                                Institute of Social Sciences in the Central Highlands, VASS

 

The employment and labor problems of the ethnic migrants have been concerned by the Central and Central Highlands authorities as shown by a series of policies and programs that directly or indirectly support the development of human resources and career training. An ability to accesses and benefits from the programme and policy’s results is not uniform among ethnic minority groups migrated from another places to the Central Highlands. As a high specific region with a close to the economy, society, development, environment, security, politics and defense, the guidelines and policies to adjust the population scale therefore are very important in solving labor and employment for ethnic minorities in the Central Highlands. Solving labor and work problems is a base for the stability and development of the migrants’ life, creating conditions to promote the Central Highlands sustainable development.

 

Activities of Patrol and Control to the Central Coastal Areas through Official Documents of the Nguyen Dynasty

 

Dr. Le Tien Cong

Phan Chu Trinh University, Hoi An, Quang Nam

 

The official documents of the Nguyen Dynasty (Chau ban) are a collection of administrative documents of the Nguyen Dynasty, the original materials with special values for historical and cultural studies in general and for the maritime sovereignty under the Nguyen in particular. Thanks to recently discovered materials, a number of researches on maritime history of Vietnam have been paid great intention. In this article, we seek to introduce some initial documents concerning the activities of patrol (piracy extermination), control to the central coasts under the Nguyen dynasty. These used materials mainly are Chau ban keeping at store at the National Archives Centre No 1 in Hanoi.

 

World History Research in Universities in the Past 30 Years of Reform (1986-2016)

 

Prof. Vu Duong Ninh

Vietnam National University, Hanoi

 

In the past 30 years of implementation of the reform, the study of world history in Vietnamese universities has resulted in remarkable achievements in accordance with the following directions: i> Research for compiling high education curriculum on world history; ii> Studying on common problems of world history, the history of powerful countries and international organizations; iii> Looking at the history of Asia and the Pacific. It is identified by the principle: world history research has originally from the position of Vietnam, in the relationship with Vietnam and for the benefit of Vietnam.

However, historians also face many raised questions on historical perspectives and methods used in assessing events as compared to the previous views, on the exploitation of updated and assessed resources from the outside. Joining debates of international historians, publishing articles in international journals are still issues that need greater attention in order to integrate into scientific activities at home and in the world.

 

"The French Penetration into Vietnam from the Late 17th Century to Mid-19th Century:

Causes and Consequences"

Book reviewed by Nguyen Van Kim, PhD

Professor of the University of Social Sciences and Humanities, VNU-Hanoi

 

In studying on world and global history, including international relations of the pre-modern and modern Vietnam, there are a good number of works published by Vietnamese and foreign scholars. They contribute greatly to clarify the process and the typical characteristics of Vietnamese history as well as impacts from world curriculum on political, economic, social life of Vietnam. Nonetheless, it remains a large number of unstudied issues and questions, including French-Vietnamese interactions in the pre-colonial period. In his monograph, Nguyen Manh Dung provides his great attempts to reach new approaches and documents on the French incursion into Vietnam. With the in-depth and serious study of the pre-colonial French and Vietnamese relations, the book enriches readers to acknowledge the vicissitudes of two countries during almost two centuries of meeting in two focus points: explaining causes and assessing its consequences.

 

Giáo sư Văn Tạo (1926 - 2017) (12/04/2017)

Giáo sư Văn Tạo, tên thật là Nguyễn Xuân Đào, sinh ngày 29 tháng 4 năm 1926, tại La Tỉnh, huyện Tứ Kỳ, tỉnh Hải Dương, công tác ở Ban Văn Sử Địa từ ngày 8 tháng 12 năm 1953 đến năm 1960, ở Viện Sử học từ năm 1960 đến tháng 12 năm 1999 nghỉ hưu. Công tác Đảng từ năm 1953, Đảng ủy viên Đảng ủy Ủy ban Khoa học Nhà nước (nay là Viện Hàn lâm Khoa học xã hội Việt Nam) 1959-1960.