Lord Byron’s one of the most famous poems devoted to a Ukrainian Hetman

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Mazeppa is a narrative poem written by the English romantic poet Lord Byron in 1819. It is based on a popular legend about...

Term “Little Russia” and the beginning of occupation of Ukraine (Quotes from a Yale...

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Just last week a Ukrainian historian and politician stated that it has come a time to name the time...

Austrian page in Ukraine’s history. (Quotes from a Yale Professor’s book)

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PREVIOUS PART "The lands of the Commonwealth seized by Austria in the partitions of 1772 and...

10 Ukrainian Castles

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"From the 13th century, the territory was widely contested and fought over between Lithuania, Poland, Austria-Hungary, the Ottoman...

History of Ukraine as seen by Constantinople Patriarchate

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"The Metropolis of Kiev was canonically and historically, since its foundation in the days of the first Kievan Christian princes...

Constantinople Patriarchat publishes full version of historic arguments for Ukraine autocephapy

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The historical reasons in support of the Ecumenical Patriarchate’s involvement in seeking a canonical resolution to the ecclesiastical...

Ukraine’s Stolen History, Stolen Culture, – The Atlantic Council

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Mykola Gogol, Volodymyr the Great, the Kyivan Rus, Anne of Kyiv—all of this is Ukrainian, but has long...

Mystery of How Kiev Shaped Early Christianity in Norway

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The third largest Norwegian city is Trondheim. It is best known for being linked to unruly...

Russia and Ukraine are locked in a legal dispute over ancient gold, – NBC

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"AMSTERDAM — Ukraine and Russia are locked in another heated battle over Crimea. But this dispute is...

Three Legendary Heroes Who May Or May Not Have Existed

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"Out of the three Russian folk heroes, the so-called bogatyrs (Ilya Muromets, Dobrynia Nikitich and Alyosha Popvich), Ilya is the most...

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