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Oral history does not only wipe out the barriers between professional historians and simple people, but can also become a powerful instrument for desovietization
26 June, 2012   ▪   Yuriy Voloshyn
He formulated the idea of a political nation and advocated an aristocratic path toward building a Ukrainian state
18 June, 2012   ▪   Ihor Hyrych
‘Ukraine’, as a title, gained its political and geographical role in the 19th century
1 June, 2012   ▪   Ihor Hyrych
The Treaty of Rapallo between the Weimar Republic and Soviet Russia paved the way to a revival of German military power after the First World War
21 May, 2012   ▪   Andriy Rukkas
Jerzy Eisler talks about the role of history in contemporary Poland and the country's experience with de-sovietization
3 May, 2012   ▪   Oleksandr Pahiria
The aggravation of Russia–Latvia relations over history proves again that conflicts stemming from memories of WWII have not abated
3 May, 2012   ▪   Oleksandr Kramar
Varying interpretations of 20th century history prevent the movement to acknowledge Communist crimes from spreading throughout Europe
3 May, 2012   ▪   Oleksandr Pahiria
The omnipresent “managing and leading force” of soviet gender norms dominated relationships between men and women in the Soviet Union, leaving a heavy imprint on their development and evolution
18 April, 2012   ▪   Oleksandr Pahiria
In the early 21st century, the words Celts and Celtic became entrenched in the arsenal of pop culture as well as commercially successful for everything from beer and cigarettes to basketball teams
17 April, 2012   ▪   Hennadiy Kazakevych
90 years ago, when Ireland gained its independence from Great Britain, Ukraine lost its independence on the other side of Europe
17 April, 2012   ▪   Hennadiy Kazakevych
Ukraine’s Navy, set up 20 years ago, is struggling to survive
12 April, 2012   ▪   Ihor Losiev
A golden pectoral saved poet and archeologist Borys Mozolevsky from prison in Mordvia
12 April, 2012   ▪   Volodymyr Panchenko
Despite their short sojourn in Ukrainian territory, Gothic tribes made a large contribution to the culture of ancient Ukraine
30 March, 2012   ▪   Yevhen Synytsia
Who has the right to claim Gothic heritage in 20th-century? This becomes part of an ideological struggle in Ukraine
30 March, 2012   ▪   Yevhen Synytsia
In March 1917 a wave of national revival surged over Dnieper Ukraine, only to be wasted later by the Central Rada
28 March, 2012   ▪   Yaroslav Faizulin
How Russian Army units were made Ukrainian
22 March, 2012   ▪   Dmytro Kalynchuk
In the 1930s, millions of Ukrainians were killed and russified in Eastern Slobozhanshchyna* and the North Caucasus
14 March, 2012   ▪   Oleksandr Kramar
1942 saw the beginning of the mass deportation of people from Ukraine for forced labor in the Third Reich
27 February, 2012   ▪   Tetiana Pastushenko
Historical memory invented by Russia – from books to films in which facts do not always match the reality – is being imposed on Ukrainian society
9 February, 2012   ▪   Serhiy Hrabovsky
Village Grutas is located near the small Lithuanian resort town Druskininkai. The village’s name evokes a range of emotions – from outrage to satirical smiles – but leaves no-one in Lithuania indifferent. The reason — its unusual open-air museum, Grutas Park, where the key exhibits are the sculptures of Soviet leaders that long "decorated" squares in Lithuanian cities. These are the monuments in front of which both rallies were held and pioneers took their oaths
4 February, 2012   ▪   Konstantinas Rečkovas
Under the pressure of Bolshevism, talented Kyiv architects were forced either to migrate or build monstrosities
1 February, 2012   ▪   Dmytro Malakov
Defying prohibition, Ukrainian political prisoners celebrated Christmas in Polish, Nazi and Soviet prisons and camps
18 January, 2012   ▪   Sviatoslav Lypovetsky
The Occupation Museum of Latvia is a reflection of the country’s historical contradictions
16 January, 2012   ▪   Anatoliy Golubov
His translations span 26 centuries, three continents and almost 30 literatures. The Soviets “awarded” him with 10 years in labor camps and the status of a dissident with no right to travel
12 January, 2012   ▪   Dmytro Drozdovsky
More books for children are translated into Ukrainian than written in the language. Families seem to prefer “popular” classics and books made into Hollywood films
12 January, 2012   ▪   Yelyzaveta Hrechaniuk
Several art villages have sprung up alongside ecological settlements in Ukraine
12 January, 2012   ▪   Olena Maksymenko
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