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"SHCHE NE VMERLA UKRAINA"

National anthem of Ukraine

May 28, 2015

Officially adopted by the Parliament of Ukraine  in 1992
Words by Pavlo Chubynsky (1839-1884)
Music by Mykhailo Verbytsky (1815-1870)

The song was the national anthem of Carpatho-Ukraine and was once again adopted by independent Ukraine following its secession from the Soviet Union.
Pavlo Chubynsky, a prominent ethnographer from Kyiv area.
Mykhailo Verbytsky, a western-Ukrainian composer and Greek-Catholic priest.

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WHERE DID UKRAINE COME FROM?

Rus vs Ukraine

May 12, 2013

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        UKRAINE as a name gained its political and geographical meaning in the 19th century...

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AFTER WORLD WAR ONE........ THE SUFFERING CONTINUES

A Proclamation

July 7, 2010

Ukrainian Day, April 21, 1917
President Woodrow Wilson
United States of America

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THE 1917 REVOLUTION IN UKRAINE

News of The Tzarist Regime's Collapse Reached Kyiv on March 13, 1917

June 5, 2009

Ukrainians Staged Huge Parades
"LET UKRAINE BE FREE"

UKRAINE...A History, Part  V
Twentieth-Century Ukraine
The Ukrainian Revolution
by Orest Subtelny
Published by the University of Toronto Press
in association with the Canadian Institute of
Ukrainian Studies, 1988, :Pages 345-347
Toronto Buffalo London


News of the tsarist regime's collapse reached Kiev on 13 March 1917...

 

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A CURIOUS MONUMENT WITH NO EPITAPH

SUMS UP THE YEARS OF BITTERNESS

July 2, 2008

by Patrick Cockburn
The Independent
United Kingdom, July 2, 2001


alt    LVIV is a beautiful city full of evil memories. I have always liked cosmopolitan places and, at first site,
    the bland of Italian, Austrian and slavic architecture in the heart of the unofficial capital of westrn Ukraine
    gives a pleasin sense of national
diversity...
 

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AKCJA WISLA (OPERATION VISTULA) 55th ANNIVERSARY

Declaration of the Ukrainian World Congress (UWC) on the occasion of the 55th anniversary of "Akcja WISLA"

April 13, 2008

Ukrainian World Congress (UWC)
Press Release - 55th anniversary of Akcja WISLA
April 12, 2002, New York, NY

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THE TRAGEDY OF BABI YAR

September 21, 2007

by Yulia Samus,
What's On, No.34, 2007
 

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  Raisa Ester
 
  Everyone knows the names of Belsen, Dachau and Auschwitz, but outside Ukraine the name of Babi Yar is not
  so well known. However, during the two-year Nazi occupation of Ukraine over 220,000 people were summarily
  executed at Babi Yar, their bodies dumped in mass graves.
  Few survived, but one 3-year old girl managed to escape the slaughter: 
  Raisa Ester Maystrenko is now 70 years old and still lives in Kyiv. As Remembrance Day of the tragedy of Babi 
  Yar approaches, she wants her story to be told....

 

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AN APOLOGY THAT IS LONG OVERDUE THE PAPER OF RECORDS

June 17, 2005

by Andrew Stuttaford
(The New York Times)
National Review Online
May 15, 2001

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ANTONOV AN-225, MRIYA, BUILT IN UKRAINE

The World's Largest Plane

May 22, 2004

by Paul Eisenstein
POPULAR MECHANICS
Science: Extreme Machines
New York, January 2003

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The NATO war planner gave the
An-225 a military code name, Cossack. History would reveal that the Soviet nickname for the An-225, Mriya, which is Ukrainian for "dream," was more apt....

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UKRAINE MARKS 65TH ANNIVERSARY OF CARPATHIAN UKRAINE DEMOCRATIC SOVEREIGN STATE'S ESTABLISHMENT

AND 130TH ANNIVERSARY OF BIRTH OF ITS PRESIDENT, AVGUSTIN VOLOSHYN

March 17, 2004

Ukrinform, Kyiv, Ukraine

KYIV - The creation of Carpathian Ukraine is a heroic page in Ukraine's history of statehood creativity attainments, which eventually
resulted in gaining the long-coveted independent nation status in the late 20th Century, a message of greetings says, which President
Leonid Kuchma has sent out on the occasion of celebrations to mark the 65th anniversary of the Carpathian Ukraine democratic sovereign
state's establishment and the 130th anniversary of birth of its President Avgustin Voloshin.

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