Development of internal affairs in the second half of XIX - early XX centuries. (Examination)

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1. Strengthening the role of the Ministry of Interior in the second half of the XIX century. 3
2. Strengthening the position of the police in the second half of the XIX century. 5
3. Creation of the Criminal Investigation Department 10
4. The breakdown of the police apparatus during the February Revolution of 1917, the creation of the Ministry of Interior and the militia of the Provisional Government 15
Literature 19

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1. Vlasov VI, Goncharov NF History investigative process in Russia (legislation and practice). - M., 1997.
2. Demin VA, Ivanov VE, Luchinin AV Lyaushin VP Studies in the History of Internal Affairs of the Russian state. - Ekaterinburg: Publisher of the Ural Law Institute MVD of Russia, 2001.
3. Eroshkin NP The history of public institutions of pre-revolutionary Russia. - M., 1982.
4. Isaev IA History of State and Law of Russia. - M .: Lawyer, 2001.
5. The history of the formation of Internal Affairs of Russia: a view from the twenty-first century: Interuniversity collection of scientific articles / Ed. L.A.Vishnyakovoy. - Barnaul. 2001.
6. Kikot VA The place and role of the Interior Ministry in the policy of the Russian state to ensure international legitimacy and the rule of law // The State and Law. 2004. №1.
7. Government troops and the Russian Interior Ministry. A brief historical sketch. - M., 1996.
8. The police and militia Russia: Pages of History. - M., 1995.
9. Sichinskiy EP Criminal spying in Russia X - the beginning of XX centuries .: Textbook. - Chelyabinsk, 2002.

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