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Ukraine Resources

Henry Abramson, A Prayer for the Government: Ukrainians and Jews in Revolutionary Times, 1917 – 1920. Harvard University Press 1999.

John A. Armstrong, Ukrainian Nationalism, 1939 - 1945. Columbia University Press 1955.

Yaroslav Bilinsky, TThe Second Soviet Republic: The Ukraine After World War II. Rutgers University Press 1964.

Michael Browne, ed., Ferment in the Ukraine. Praeger Publishers, New York 1971.

Robert Conquest, Harvest of Sorrow: Soviet Collectivization and the Terror – Famine. Oxford University Press 1986.

Taras Hunczak,ed. The Ukraine, 1917 – 1921: A Study in Revolution. Harvard University Press 1977.

Hryhory Kostiuk, Stalinist Rule in the Ukraine: A Study of the Mass Terror (1929 – 1939). Stevens&Sons Limited, London 1960.

Bohdan Kravchenko, Social Change and National Consciousness in Twentieth – Century Ukraine. St. Martin’s Press, New York 1985.

Andrii Krawchuk, hristian Social Ethics in Ukraine. Institute of Ukrainian Studies, Edmonton, Canada 1997.

Borys Levytzkyj, Politics and Society in Soviet Ukraine – 1953-1980. Institute of Ukrainian Studies, Edmonton, Canada 1984.

Orest Subtelny, Ukraine – A History. University of Toronto Press 2000.

Robert S. Sullivant, Soviet Politics and the Ukraine, 1917 – 1957. Columbia University Press, New York 1962.


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Location:  Eastern Europe
Capital:  Kyiv
Communist Rule:  1922-1991
Status:  Independence: 24.08.91
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