Ukraine

The Forging of a Nation

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Pub Date 23 Jan 2024 | Archive Date 22 Jan 2024

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A “pioneering and fundamental” (Timothy Snyder) new history of Ukraine from one of its leading public intellectuals

When Russia invaded Ukraine in 2022, the world witnessed the “creative, freewheeling, darkly humorous, and deeply resilient society” that is contemporary Ukraine. In this timely and original history, a bestseller in Ukraine, the historian Yaroslav Hrytsak tells the sweeping story of his nation through a meticulous examination of the major events, conflicts, and developments that have shaped it over the course of centuries.
 
Hrytsak weaves a rich and detailed tapestry of a country in continual transformation.
 
Ukraine is essential reading for anyone who wants to better understand Ukraine’s dramatic past and its global significance--from the 17th-century Cossack uprising to the collapse of the USSR in 1991 and Ukrainian independence, and from the evolution of the Ukrainian language to the warning signs that anticipated Russia’s 2022 invasion. This book is the definitive story of Ukraine and its people, as told by one of its most celebrated voices.
A “pioneering and fundamental” (Timothy Snyder) new history of Ukraine from one of its leading public intellectuals

When Russia invaded Ukraine in 2022, the world witnessed the “creative...

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PAGES 448

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