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History of Ukraine - Polonska-Vasilenko Nataliya: Volume 2

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 of the vikladu of the national history of Ukraine.



ЗМІСТ


PART OF P'YAT: KHMELNICHCHINA
Khmelnitschina
Bogdan Khmelnitsky (1648-1657)
Persha doba rebel Bogdan Khmelnitsky - 1648th rіk
Vid rebel to Visvno Vіyni
The rebel is rebuilt on the Revolution
Berestechko - Zhvanets
Pereyaslavsk Ugoda
Ratification of the contract in Moscow
The nature of the significance of the Moscow Treaty of 1654
Ukrainian power of Bohdan Khmelnitsky
Spadkovі Getmanatu and the death of Bohdan Khmelnitsky
PART OF THE HIGHWAY: RUЇNA
RUЇNA
Yuriy Khmelnitsky, Perche Hetmanuvannya 1657 Rock
Ivan Vigovsky (1657-1659)
Yury Khmelnitsky, a friend of the Hetmanuvannya, 1659-1668
Pavlo Teterya-Morzhkovsky (1663-1665)
Ivan Bryukhovetsky (1663-1668)
Petro Doroshenko (1665-1676)
Yury Khmelnitsky - the third є hetmanuvannya (1677-1681)
PART OF SOMA: HATMAN
HETMAN
Dem'yan the Many Sins (1669–1672)
Ivan Samoilovich (1672-1887)
Ivan Mazepa-Kaledinsky (1687-1709)
Ukraine і Північна війна
Ukraine before the Poltava disaster
Poltava catastrophe
Emigra і death of Ivan Mazepi
Pylyp Orlik (1710-1742)
Ivan Skoropadsky (1708-1722)
Pavlo Semi-Work (1722-1724)
Danilo the Apostle (1727-1734)
The rule of Getmansky order (1734-1750)
Kiril Rozumovsky (1750-1764)
President of the Malorossiysk College and Governor General P. Rumyantsev
PART EIGHT: UKRAINIAN LANDS TO KOZATSKIY DOBI
UKRAINIAN LANDS, SCHO WERE NOT ENTERING THE HETMAN'S WAREHOUSE
SLOBIDSKA UKRAINA
PIVDENNA UKRAINA
Ukrainian colonization
Novorossiisk Guberniya
ZAPORIZZHZHA
The fate of Zaporizhia in the political right of the Hetman
Zaporizhzhy pid "the Tatar Protectium"
Turning of Zaporizhzhya to Zaporizhzhia
Internal mood at Noviy Sich
Rebel in Zaporizhzhі
The struggle of the Russian government with the “liberties” of Zaporizhzhia
Zruynuvannya Sich
RIGHT BEFORE UKRAINE
Західня Ukraine
Right-bank Ukraine in the hours of Ruini
Kozatstvo in Right Bank Ukraine
Palіy i Mazepa
Right Bank Ukraine and Pilip Orlik
Right-bank Ukraine with dominion of Poland
Gaidamachchina
POLITICHNY LAD OF UKRAINE-HETMAN
Sovereign fret
CENTRAL MANAGEMENT OF UKRAINIAN HOLDING
a) Getman
b) The General Council
c) The elders
d) General Office of the Office
d) General foreman
MISTSEVE MANAGEMENT
a) Shelves
b) Mista and city
4) Vіysko
5) Court
SUSPILNYY LAD
1. Noble
2. Znatne vіyskove partnership
3. Cossacks
4. The clergy
5. Citizenship
6. Rurality (Polish)
ECONOMIC STANDING OF UKRAINE FOR THE HOUR OF THE GETMAN
1. Trade and Trade
2. Finance
THE SPIRIT OF LIVING
UKRAINE ORTHODOX CHURCH
Independent Ukrainian Orthodox Church
Ukrainian Orthodox Church in the warehouse of the Russian Church
Ukrainian Orthodox Church
Ukrainian Catholic Church
Church on Bukovina and Transcarpathia
OSVITA
1. School
2. Science
a) Istoriya
b) Law
c) Natural and mathematical sciences
d) Philosophy
ґ) Literature
MISTETSVO
1. Architecture
2. Rіzba
3. Painting
4. Grafika-ververstvo
5. Music
PIDSUMKI
PART OF THE GIRLS: UKRAINE PID ALIEN OCCUPATED
UKRAINE PID OKUPATSIIЄ ROSІЇ IN XVIII CENTURY
The collection of Russian lands of Ukrainian lands
Inner fret
The successful mood of Ukraine for the Russian payback
1. The nobility
2. The settlement
3. Cossacks
4. Pivdenna Ukraine
UKRAINE AT THE XIX CENTURY
Pershi Roki XIX table
Vіyni z Franceі i "The Holy Union"
Doba Reaktsії
Visible and national ruches in Ukraine
Polska rebel 1830 roku and Ukranianske Kozatstvo
Ukraine for Dobi Mikoli I
Revolutionary ruh of the 1840s
Doba reform
Revolutionary Ruhi in Ukraine
ZAKHIDNYA UKRAINA PID OKUPATSІЄYu AUSTRIA
a) Galicia
b) Bukovina
c) Transcarpathia
ECONOMIC STANDING OF UKRAINE. STATE
a) Silskoye gratitude
b) Promislovіst
c) Trading
SPIRIT OF LIVING. CHURCH
1. UKRAINIAN CHURCH PID ROSІYSKOY OCCUPATION
a) Orthodox Church in Right Bank Ukraine
b) Likvidatsiya of the unified church in Holmshina and Pidlyashshi
c) The Orthodox Church in Ukraine at the XIX century.
2. UKRAINIAN CHURCH PID OKUPATSІЄYU AUSTRO-UGORSHCHINI
a) Ukrainian Catholic Church in Halychyna
b) Church on Bukovinі
c) Church in Transcarpathian Ukraine
OSVITA
a) Pochatkova school
b) Middle blessing in the end of the XVIII century
c) Visoka school
d) Scientific partnerships
PIDSUMKI
PART OF TEN: UKRAINE BEFORE THE REVOLUTION
1. Strengthening the revolutionary mood
2. Russian-Japanese vіyna
3. The Revolution of 1905
4. The State Duma
5. Agrarian reform P. Stolipina
6. Doba Reaktsії
7. Galicia, Bukovina and Transcarpathia
PART OF ELEVEN: UKRAINE IN THE FIRST SVITOVII VІYNІ
1. Warriors in Ukraine
2. The Front Revolution of 1917 Rock
3. The Revolution of 1917 Rock
PART OF TWELVE: UKRAINIAN SELF-DAYA DERZHAVA
І. CENTRAL RADA
1. Organization of Central Radi
2. The fight for the fling
3. Zhovtnevy coup that yogo vidgomin in Ukraine
4. Foreign policy of Ukraine
5. Beresteysky agreement
6. Ukraine after the Beresteysky agreement
Pidsums
II. HETMAN DOB
1. Ukraine before the coup on April 29, 1918
2. The Quarterly Coup and the First Hours of the Hetman Power
3. Gromadsk reaction to Getmansky coup
4. Dyalnist Getmansky order
5. The fight against hetmanatu
6. Western Ukraine in 1918
a) Galicia
b) Bukovina
c) Transcarpathian Ukraine
7. Rebel against Getmansky Uryad
8. Padіnny Hetmansky power
Pidsums
ІІІ. UKRAINE IN THE ADDITION OF DIRECTORS
1. Director at Kyiv
2. Relocate Director
3. Ukraine pid Rosіysko-Sovєtskoy payback
4. Західня Ukraine
5. Vzamini Uryadiv UNR and ZUNR
6. Pohid vіysk UNR and ZUNR on Kiev і vіyna z Denіkіnom
7. Zimoviy pohid
8. Warsaw Agreement for the Promotion of Europe
9. Rizky agreement
ZAGALNYI VISNOVKA