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Author: Taras Hunczak,Richard Pipes
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Title: The Ukraine, 1917–1921: A Study in Revolution (Harvard Series in Ukrainian Studies)
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Publisher: Harvard Ukrainian Research Institute (December 21, 1978)
Pages: 390

The Ukraine, 1917–1921: A Study in Revolution (Harvard Series in Ukrainian Studies) by Taras Hunczak,Richard Pipes

Series: Harvard Series in Ukrainian Studies (Book 44). Hardcover: 390 pages.

Harvard series in ukrainian studies. The Ukraine, 1917–1921. A Study in Revolution. Introduction by Richard Pipes.

Hunczak, The Ukraine, 1917-1921. Drawing on the strengths of many prominent Ukrainian scholars, A Study in Revolution follows the progress of the Ukrainian intelligentsia in their attempt to build a viable national political community, while remaining true to their at times dogmatic ideology. While developments in Galicia and western Ukraine are touched upon, this volume deals primarily with circumstances in eastern Ukraine during the revolutionary era. "This work is an important contribution to the history of Central and Eastern Europe. -Wolfdieter Bihl, Österreichische Osthefte. The Origins of the Old Rus' Weights and Monetary Systems: Two Studies in Western Eurasian Metrology and Numismatics in the Seventh to Eleventh Centuries.

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The Ukraine, 1917-1921: A Study in Revolution. The Ukraine Under Hetman Pavlo Skoropadskyi Taras Hunczak. The Communist Take-Over of the Ukraine Yaroslav Bilinsky. Six. Political Parties in the Ukraine Jurij Borys. The Communist Party of the Ukraine and Its Role in the Ukrainian Revolution John S. Reshetar. The Fourth Universal and Its Ideological Antecedents Ivan L. Rudnytsky. The Church and the Ukrainian Revolution Bohdan R. Bociurkiw. Ten. The Great Ukrainian Jacquerie Arthur E. Adams.

The Ukraine, t9I7-1921: A Study in Revolution. It consists of fourteen chapters with a brief introduction by Richard Pipes that sets the stage for the emergence of the Ukrainian problem. studies the evolution of German policy towards the Ukraine during World War I. Chapter thirteen, by George A. Brinkley, surveys Allied policies vis-A-vis the Ukraine from 1917 to 1920. Chapter fourteen, by Constantine Warvariv, documents American official attitudes toward the Ukrainian national cause.

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Mark Baker, Lewis Namier and the Problem of Eastern Galicia, Journal of Ukrainian Studies 23 (2) (Winter 1998), 59-104. Mark Baker, Beyond the National: Peasants, Power and Revolution in Ukraine, Journal of Ukrainian Studies 24 (1) (1999), 39-67.

The Ukraine, which had for centuries been ruled by other nations, finally gained its independence for a brief period after the First World War. During this revolutionary era, a series of Ukrainian governments were established whose political spectrum ranged from anarchism to monarchical rule. This comprehensive volume edited by Taras Hunczak includes fourteen articles by leading specialists, and is the first scholarly treatment of the problem to appear in twenty-five years.