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    [ ONLINE A History of Ukraine ] Author Paul Robert Magocsi – doctorio.us A History of UkraineAuthor Paul Robert MagocsiPublisher University of Washington PressPublished In Seattle WAUSADate 1997Pgs 784REVIEW MAY CONTAIN SPOILERSSummaryThe state of Ukraine came into existence in the wake of the 1989 dissolution of the Soviet Union but this wasn’t the first Ukrainian state Little Russia as she is sometimes known has been in conflict immigrational flux and cultural evolution for m

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    [ ONLINE A History of Ukraine ] Author Paul Robert Magocsi – doctorio.us To be fair I only read the last two chapters since I really need to get this research paper going This is a book that I fully intent to go back and read cover to cover though The writing of the last two chapters is brilliant and clear and I very much look forward to learning about pre Soviet Ukraine as soon as I have a minute

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Ontain most of the ethnic Ukrainian population and right or wrong are the internationally recognized borders Historic precedent is irrelevant The borders of every European country HAVE BEEN DRAWN AND REDRAWN MANY been drawn and redrawn many over the centuries History of Ukraine The Land and Its Peoples by Paul Robert Magocsi is an excellent one volume overview of Ukrainian history from its earliest times up to 2010 This book examines both the cut and dry territorial history as well as the socio cultural and economic forces that shaped the territory of Ukraine into what it is today This includes examining the numerous people groups that inhabited and continue to inhabit this area the numerous people groups that inhabited and continue to inhabit this area well as the development of the Ukrainian nationality that we now today Magocsi is intimately aware that Ukrainian history and even the concept of Ukraine itself is controversial Four main schools of history exist in terms of Ukrainian history the Ukrainian Russian Soviet and Polish schools all adopt differing methods and conclusions to events in order to further To be fair I only read the last two chapters since I really need to get this research paper going This is a book that I fully intent to go back and read cover to cover though The writing of the last two chapters is brilliant and clear and I very much look forward to learning about pre Soviet Ukraine as soon as I have a minute I just wish that in my post Soviet era education had covered even a fraction of the information in this book A geographical area that has seen many very different people arrive pass through and stay has that many opinions as to actual fact of its origins rightful ownership and history There are a few major historical perspectives on Ukraine Ukrainian Russian Polish and Soviet which is a modified version of the Russian but Magosci does a fine job at presenting the facts as to what happened in that geographical area without holding to a particular theory including differing perspectives so the reader can see the entire picture The pre Kyivan information is really good at showing all the cultural influences that exsisted along with the slavs in that area Who new there Goths in Ukraine I mean then Not now Totally tons of goths in Ukraine I m sure I did not see
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overt bias Ukraine under normal conditions is a highly esoteric topic for North Americans and Western Europeans The country has never been on the Grand Tour is expensive to get to and hard to travel in without an automobile Nonetheless it is September 2014 The Ukraine is at war again with Russia and this would be a good time to learn a little of the history of this countryMagosci is nothing less than masterful in tying together the political military economic and cultural events of the Ukraine which for most of its history has had foreign rules and highly fluid borders He explains the complex relations between Poland and Russia which for several centuries vied for control of the Ukraine He also explains the complex religious history involving primarily the Greek Catholics and Orthodox churches but also including Judaism Islam and Armenian Catholicism He provides an excellent overview of the Ukraine s major writers and composers At the end the reader thus has acuired a solid introductory nowledge of all aspects of Ukrainian societyMagosci has thus given us a very sold overview What is now needed are monographs examining the many issues and time periods in greater detail. S and cultures that developed within the borders of Ukraine including the Greeks of the Bosporan Kingdom the Crimean Tatars and the Poles Russians Germans Jews and Mennonites all of whom form an essential part of Ukrainian histor.

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Ike just one chapter of many masters walking across Ukraine and claiming it for their own for a brief moment before the next master of the land sweeps inThe modern conflict in Ukraine seems to mirror The 1917 Struggles Between The Kharkiv Soviet 1917 struggles between the Kharkiv Soviet and the Central Rada based in Kiev In some aspects they are still fighting the battles of the Russian Revolution that eventually birthed the Soviet Union *Though in that era many didn t consider the Crimea part *in that era many didn t consider the Crimea part the Ukraine In the 1917 1921 time frame Ukraine had so many masters and nationalist movements that by the TIME THE SOVIETS FINALLY TRULY GRABBED the Soviets finally truly grabbed they were probably relieved before realizing the horror that was to be visited upon them through Stalin s forced resettlements pogroms purges and urbanizationsWhy isn t there a screenplayCould be a History Channel show for sureCasting callNALast Page SoundDamnAuthor AssessmentThe history is long and dry as any truly comprehensive history will beVery scholarly Dry But well doneEditorial AssessmentWell edited Could have done with the section on the historical perspectives that have guided the scholarship on the history of Ukraine being shorter but it did provide a guidepost for what is in print publiclyKnee Jerk Reactionglad I read itDisposition of BookLibraryWould recommend tostudents of history those interested in current events The author has fifteen hundred years of history packed into 750 pages with lots of maps He writes from a distinctly Ukrainian perspective but very neutral in tone For most of the histories of Ukraine and Ukrainians have been written from the point of view of either Poland or Russia The latter especially has badly influenced the world view of Ukraine as they try to claim all Ukrainian history for their own and treat Ukrainians and Ukrainian language as second classThis book is for anyone trying to understand how Ukrainians and Ukraine became the people and country they have Kyivian Rus disintegrated as a state after the Mongol destruction of Kyiv in 1240 Shifting back and forth under various empires and rulers for centuries Ukrainians were at times recognized and encouraged as a people with a uniue culture and language and at times subjected to extreme Polonization andor Russification The people of Galicia Western Ukraine under the Austrian Hungarian Empire were the most free develop as Ukrainians for the longest period of time timeThere were always those who dreamed of a united and free Ukraine including the Zaporizhzhia Cossacks in the 17th century however their efforts were in vain It was not until the 19th century that the idea of a Ukrainian people culture and language really took hold The Tsars tried to stamp it out Lenin brought it back Putin refered to Lenin s nationalities policy as a time bomb Then in 1928 Stalin having consolidated his power set out to destroy all things Ukrainian He could not succeed The current Russian propaganda that Ukraine is not a country Ukrainians are not a people and Ukrainian is not a language has been disproven many times by their own actions over the centuries as outlined in this history Ukraine was never an integrated part of Russia always treated as a colony from the very beginning Ukrainians were not considered Russians but Little Russians The Ukrainian language is as distinct from Russian as it is from Polish though both claimed it was merely a dialect The current borders including Crimea and Donbas Eclaration of Ukrainian independence in 1991 with a balanced discussion of political economic and cultural affairs Tracing in detail the experiences of the Ukrainian people he gives judicious treatment as well to the other people. KOBOBOOKS A History of UkraineAuthor Paul Robert MagocsiPublisher University of Washington PressPublished In Seattle WAUSADate 1997Pgs 784REVIEW MAY CONTAIN SPOILERSSummaryThe state of Ukraine came into existence in the wake of the 1989 dissolution of the Soviet Union but this wasn t the first Ukrainian state Little Russia as she is sometimes nown has been in *conflict immigrational flux and cultural evolution for many many years Cultures and peoples have marched *immigrational flux and cultural evolution for many many years Cultures and peoples have marched her settling and sweeping through Russians Greeks Tatars Poles Lithuanians Germans Jews Mennonites She is all these and Her common Slavic ancestry with the Russia and Belarus aside she has a rich history all her own Previous histories were too much Russian historySoviet historyPolish historyLithuanian history with Ukraine thrown in because she was part and parcel to those This is Mother UkraineGenreHistoryNon fictionWhy this bookIn light Of Current Events When I Saw The current events when I saw the of this book as I wandered the library it had to come home with meThis Story is Aboutcourage working hard greed sadness the sweep of historyFavorite CharacterI ept thinking that I was going to find a hero in Ukrainian history that would be my favorite character One never presented themselvesLeast Favorite Character Stalin Hitlertake your pickCharacter I Most Identified WithNAThe FeelThose poor bastardsFavorite SceneThe mental image of the continuous march of barbarian tribes sweeping in settling down absorbing the local populace before being pushed out by the next wave of population Funny how many of these tribes names appear on the list of barbarians who swept into the Roman Empire sacked Rome and settled down there too Vikings Scythians Goths the HunsPacingThe pace for a history text was goodPlot HolesOut of CharacterThe history is very focused on the administrative elements of each of the rulers of the Ukraine The book is admin driven as opposed to event drivenHmm MomentsI like how it gives a look at the historical viewpoints and political overtones of other histories as it tells its own story ie Russian Soviet Polish Ukrainian And the evolution of the Slavic peoples The idea of Pan Slavism pushed by some other historians won t survive a true study of the diversity of the peoplesThe Russian view has dominated Ukrainian history with Ukraine being seen as Little Russia part and parcel of their larger Slavic brother The Tsars used the idea of continuity from the Kievan principalities to give their rule legitimacy and history As a result Ukrainian history in many texts has been seen as a parcel and part of Russia This gives short or non existent shrift to the Ukraine that existed prior to Russia and that is existing now beyond Russia The Russian view of Ukraine as part of Russia indeed Little Russia is apparent in recent current eventsScholars in the West fell into the trap presented by the RussianSoviet perspective on the history of Ukraine They bought the lineage Kievan Rus Muscovy Russian Empire Soviet Union Many today properly believe that the Kievan Rus is Ukrainian history and was adoptedco opted By Russian And Soviet Scholars Russian and Soviet scholars their rulers as a means of providing a longer lineage and the aura of stability to their studies and dynastiesInteresting how many of the entities that conueredsubsumed the populations of the Ukraine would eventually go on to sack Rome and bring about the downfall of the Roman EmpireWorld War One seems Although the new state of Ukraine came into being as one of many formed in the wake of the Revolution of 1989 it is hardly a new country Paul Robert Magocsi tells its story from the first millennium before the common era to the .
A History of Ukraine