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作       者:Oleksandr Shyshko

出  版  社:Glagoslav Publications B.V.

出版时间:2018-01-01

字       数:58.2万

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Since Maidan in Kyiv and Russian presence in the Crimea, Ukraine has never been the same. In 2014, the country is deeply divided by the conflict imposed on the Ukrainians. But since nobody actually asked the nation, author Oleksandr Shyshko decided to take matters into his own hands and look for the answer to the ultimate question – who are the Ukrainians and what do they want. Shyshko spent his time researching the national identity of native Ukrainians, and as he went he stumbled on a discovery that led to yet another question – where is Ukraine going, the so-called Quo vadis? of the Ukrainian people. His findings and critical comments gave birth to this new book that is now for the first time being published in English. To Get Ukraine.
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Foreword by the author

Why are we required to provide proof that we exist?

Who are the Ukrainian people?

The origins of the name Ukraine

Rus, Muscovy and Ukraine

Who stopped us from forming an alliance with Poland?

The Cossacks

Ukraine’s first attempt to gain independence

Ukraine’s second attempt to gain independence

The left bank of Ukraine under Russian rule

The right bank of Ukraine under the Rzeczpospolita

An association of Ukrainian lands inside the borders of the Russian empire

The first renaissance of Ukrainian self-consciousness

The Ukrainians under the rule of Austria-Hungary

The events of the First World War in the territory of Ukraine

The third attempt to obtain independence – and the most likely to succeed?

The occupation of Ukraine by Austro-German forces

Another attempt to create a Ukrainian state

The Ukrainian peasantry takes up arms

French troops in Ukraine

The Act Zluky (the Act of Unification)

The Red army in Ukraine

The White Army is in Ukraine – yet the Red Army triumphs. Ukraine is carved up once again

Relations between the Communist powers and the Ukrainian people

The manoeuvrings of the Bolsheviks to quell Ukraine’s resistance

The Bolsheviks show how they really feel about Ukraine

Why did the Bolsheviks in Moscow harbour such hatred for Ukraine? A few thoughts on the matter

What exactly is a "collective farm"?

The consequences of forcing the peasants to join collective farms

Paranoid Stalinist terror in Ukraine

Ukraine before the SECOND World War

The Second World War and Ukraine

The Ukrainian rebel army

The post-war period. What changed for Ukraine?

The period which became known as the ‘thaw’

A mouthful of ethnic freedom?

Ukraine’s ‘men of the sixties’

The ‘period of stagnation’

The disaster at Chernobyl

The attempt to modernize the USSR

A new era approaches

The population of Ukraine today

Ukrainians living outside their native land

Religions in Ukraine

Languages in Ukraine

The national character of the Ukrainian people

Relations between the sexes

Financial relations in the family

Prostitution

Ukrainian mail-order brides

A touch of the exotic: age-old traditions and customs

Embroidery

Let’s talk about food

What do Ukrainians really eat, then?

Pork "salo"

Public holidays and festivals in Ukraine

The Economic and Social Environment in Modern-Day Ukraine

The captains of Ukraine’s market economy

The Hetmans of modern-day Ukraine

Statistics and real life

Slaying the dragon

A few conclusions that can be drawn at this stage

The things we dislike

A few things that we like

In place of an epilogue

Some traditional Ukrainian recipes which you should try in order to get a fuller understanding of the ideas set out in this book

Ukrainian borshcht

Ukrainian vareniky

A few recipes for Ukrainian dishes served on public holidays

Fish in aspic

Recipes for kholodets (aspic)

Amber kholodets

Chicken kholodets

Home-made drinks

Home-made spirits

Endnotes

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