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History of Ukraine - Polonska Vasilenko Natalia: Volume 1

History of Ukraine - Polonska Vasileko Nataliya

One of the most memorable history of Ukraine Natalia Polnosko-Vasilenko дв Ії two-volume "History of Ukraine" (Munich, 1973-1976 pp.). Daniy posibnik є one іz naiyakіsnіshih for today’s day praceyu look at the activity, concreteness and argumentation to the national history of Ukraine.



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VOLUME 1:
PART OF PERSHA: THE PRE-HISTORICAL MINULE OF UKRAINE
KAM'YANIY VIK
Paleolith
Mesolith
Neolith
Tripilska culture
VIK MIDI TA BRONZI
Kimerіtsі
ZALIZNYI VIK
Greek colonies
Skiti (Skifi)
Bosporska Power
Sarmati
Alani
Ґoti
RUKH NARODIV Z AZІЇ AT UKRAINSKI STEPI
Guni
Avari
Bulgaria
Khozari
Acne (Magyars)
Pechenigi
THE SETTLEMENT OF THE ANCESTOR OF UKRAINIAN LANDS
Pershі vіdomostі about the settlement of the ancestors of Ukrainian tribes
Settlement antiv abo venedіv that ikhny gromadska і state power organization
Razmіshchennya words'yanskih and Ukrainian tribes
Pobut Ukrainians of superpower doby
Religious light Ukrainian
First, test the sovereign ob'єdnannya ukrainian
The name "Russia"
PART OF A FRIEND: UKRAINIAN POWER X-XIV TABLE
KIЇVSKA POWER
The cob of Ukrainian power
Oleg (882 - 912)
Igor (913–945)
Olga (945–964)
Svyatoslav (964–972)
Yaropolk (972–979)
Rozkvit Power Ukraine Ukraine
St. Volodymyr I the Great (980–1015)
The fight for Kiev
Svyatopolk (1015–1019)
Yaroslav I the Wise (1019–1054)
Senyorat
Izyaslav I (1054-1068; 1069-1073; 1077-1078)
Svyatoslav II (1073-1076)
Izyaslav (1077-1078)
Vsevolod (1078-1093)
COB OF REBELT OF UKRAINIAN POWER
Svyatopolk-Michael (1093–1113)
Volodimir Monomakh (1113-1125)
Mstislav-Fedir-Garald (1125-1132)
Yaropolk II (1132–1139)
Vyacheslav (1139)
Vsevolod II (1139–1146)
Igor II (1146)
Izyaslav II (1146-1154)
Yury Dovgoruky (1154-1157)
Rostislav I (1158–1167)
Mstislav II (1167–1170)
Svyatoslav III (1175–1194)
Rurik (1194-1215)
SILICON LAND
KIЇVSKA EARTH
POLOTSKA LAND
GALITSKA LAND
Volodimir (abo Volodimirko) (1124-1153)
Yaroslav Osmomisl (1153-1187)
Volodimir II (1187–1199)
CHERNIGIVSKA LAND
MUROMSKA LAND
NOVGORODSK LAND
PRESENT EARTH
TOURO-PINSKA LAND
MOVEMENT LAND
VOLINSKA LAND
Roman (1173-1205)
GROWTH-SUZDAL'S LAND
Andrew (1157–1174)
Vsevolod - "The Great Many" (1177—)
REASONS TO KEEP THE KIEVSKOЇ RUSSIA-UKRAINE
Tatarska bulk
ABOUT THE UKRAINIAN LANDS OF THE GALITSK-VOLINSKY PRINCIPLE
Roman (1199-1205)
Danilo (1205–1264) and Vasilko (1206–1269)
Vasilko (1205-1270)
Volodimir (1270-1289)
Mstislav (1289-1292)
Yury I (1301-1315)
Andriy I Leo II (1308-1323)
Yury II Boleslav (1325-1340)
Lubart-Dmitro (1340-1385)
Vladislav (1372-1378)
INTERNAL USTRY UKRAЇNI-RUSSIA FOR THE PRINCE OF DOBY
Political device of Ukrainian lands X — XIII
Sustainable Ukrainian-Russian lands XI — KhP
The economy of Ukraine-Russia
Trade
Spiritual life
a) Church
b) Osvita
c) Writing
d) Law
e) The mystery
PART THREE: GREAT LITHUANIAN-RUSSIAN PRINCIPALITY
GREAT LITHUANIAN-RUSSIAN PRINCIPLE
Lithuanian tribes
Mendovg
Kedimin (1316–1341)
Olgerd (1341–1377)
THE GREAT LITHUANIAN-RUSSIAN PRINCIPALITY IN BOROTBI MІZH NEZALEZHN_STYU Y UNІЄYU
Jagiello-Yakiv-Vladislav (1377-1434)
Vitovt (1382-1430)
Svidrigailo Boleslav Olexander (1430-1440)
Sigіzmunt (1431-1440) and Svidrigailo
Kazimir (1440-1492)
Olekander (1492-1506)
Rebel of Prince Mikhail Glinsky (1508)
Rebel Flies
LITHUANIAN-POLISH VIDNOSINI WITH TATARS
Sigismund 1st Old (1506-1548)
Sigismund-Augustus (1544-1572)
UKRAINA PID POLISHCHU
POLITICHNY LAD OF UKRAINE IN LITHUANIAN-POLISH DOBI
Evolution of Ukrainian lands in the XV-XVI stoltyah
Sovereign fret
Vіysko
SOCIAL STAND OF UKRAINE IN LITHUANIAN-POLISH DOBI
a) Princes and Mrs.
b) Citizenship
c) Village
d) Cossazzvo
ECONOMIC STAN OF UKRAINE IN LITHUANIAN-POLISH DOBI
a) Thanksgiving
b) Trading
THE SPIRIT OF LIFE OF UKRAINE IN LITHUANIAN-POLISH DOBI
a) National Life
b) Church Life
c) Beresteysk Uniya
d) Ukraine on behalf of the Beresteysky University
CULTURE TA OSVITA
a) School
b) Friendship
c) Literature and writing
RIGHT
1) Mid-term international agreement
2) Privilege of the letter was seen from the end of the XIV to the middle of the XVI century
3) Zemsky statutes
4) Zbіrniki zakonіv
5) Court
MISTETSVO
a) Architecture
b) R i z b a
c) Painting
d) Graph
d) Goldenery
e) Heraldry and sphragism
PIDSUMKI
PART OF THE FOUR: UKRAINE AT THE FRONT OF THE KHMELNYCHINI
UKRAINE BEFORE THE KHMELNYCHCHINI
Kozatsky rebel
Getman Petro Konashevich-Sagaidachny (1616-1622)
Sahaydachny's Headguards
Bukovina and Transcarpathia
INTERNAL LAD IN UKRAINE BEFORE KHMELNICHNY
Social camp of Ukraine
a) Magnati
b) gentry
c) the clergy
d) Citizenship
ґ) Cossazzvo
e) Village
ECONOMIC STAN OF UKRAINE BEFORE THE KHMELNICHNAYA
Statehood and bargaining
LIFE OF THE UKRAINIAN POWER OF THE XVII CENTURY TO THE SPIRIT
a) Orthodox Church
b) Unіyatska Church in the XVII century
c) Ask for "obdnati Rus z Rus"
d) Legalization of the Orthodox Church
ґ) Mogilyanska doba
d) Ukrainian patriarchate
f) Church in Transcarpathian Ukraine
CULTURE TA OSVITA
a) School
b) Friendship
c) Science
d) Literature
ґ) Propovіdі
Mystetstvo
a) Architecture
b) Rіzbarstvo
c) Painting
d) Ґ faith
d) Heraldry and sphragism
PIDSUMKI