History and I

Doomed conspiracy
German conspirators wanted to avoid Germany’s defeat by removing Hitler in 1944
28 July 2009
History and I
Jewish battalion in Ukrainian Galician Army
Jewish soldiers in the struggle for a Ukrainian state
21 July 2009
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Forgotten battle
The Aug. 12, 1399, Battle of the Vorskla River caused significant changes in European history
21 July 2009
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Stages of dramatic separation
Ukraine’s eastern borders in 1918
14 July 2009
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Hlukhiv, a city of resounding glory
07 July 2009
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Ukraine’s statehood in the 18th century
As seen by the Cossack intellectuals in the 1730s through 1750s
07 July 2009
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Mazepa’s many faces: constructive, tragic, tragicomic
07 July 2009
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Historical causes of Ukraine’s disunity
23 June 2009
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Why did Mazepa disown Muscovy?
16 June 2009
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“Destroy the Makhno movement”
The Bolsheviks’ secret war against Nestor Makhno and his insurgents
02 June 2009
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Keeping ancient freedoms intact
Ukrainian statehood in the 18th century: a view of the Ukrainian delegates to the 1767–1768 Legislative Commission
19 May 2009
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Death factories and the “chimera of conscience”
April 11 marks the International Day of Liberation of Fascist Concentration Camp Victims
28 April 2009
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Tired heart
Anton Makarenko’s 70th death anniversary
28 April 2009
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“An artist in formaldehyde”
PinchukArtCenter hosts “Requiem,” the largest retrospective of the works by the British artist Damien Hirst
28 April 2009
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Keeping ancient freedoms intact
Ukrainian statehood in the 18th century: a view of the Ukrainian deputies of the 1767–1768 Legislative Commission
28 April 2009
History and I