Pulitzer Prize Winner, Holodomor Enabler: Walter Duranty

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"Short, unattractive, hobbling about Stalin's Moscow on a wooden leg, Walter Duranty was an unlikely candidate for the world's most famous foreign correspondent. Yet...

Scythians lived on territory of present-day Ukraine in the Third Millenium...

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There is a widespread misconception that the Scythians were the Iranian tribes that migrated to the area north of the Black (Euxine) Sea around...

Kistiakowsky & Gordian Knot of Los Alamos’ Ski Slope

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Working against the clock to build weapons that might end a long and bloody war strained life at Los Alamos but also heightened it…...

Hohol, Ukrainian Cossacks’ famous haircut

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"The distinctive mark of a Black Sea Cossack, borne by the lower order among them, of a braided lock from the crown of the...

Chuck Palahniuk of Ukrainian descent

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chuck_Palahniuk

Source of the centuries-long conflict and European wars: Ukraine-Russia Orthodox matter...

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Quotes below are from "The Reconstruction of Nations: Poland, Ukraine, Lithuania, Belarus, 1569-1999" by Timothy Snyder published in 2003 (the publishing year should remove possible accusation...

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It’s Ukrainian Flying Fortress, not Russian

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Gold Decorations of Horse’s Harness from Alexandropol Royal Kurgan

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This man coined the word “Genocide.” Here is Dr Lemkin’s speech...

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Rafał Lemkin was a lawyer of Polish-Jewish descent who is best known for coining the word genocide in 1943 or 1944 from genos (Greek for family, tribe, or race) and -cide (Latin for killing) (Wikipedia). On September...

Mezhyrich Mammoth Bone Hut is the most ancient human architecture known...

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Serge Lifar, world ballet great, recollects his native Kyiv of 1905-1921

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Serge Lifar was "a Ukrainian dancer and choreographer, and one of the greatest male ballet dancers of the 20th century. Lifar was also a choreographer,...

In 12th century the land is first mentioned as Ukraine. Russia...

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Per Wikipedia, 'The Tale of Igor's Campaign' is an anonymous epic poem written in the Old East Slavic language. Britannica calls the poem 'The...

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Situla from Great Ryzhanovka Kurgan

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