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Taras Barabash. Bohdan Khmelnytsky.

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Taras Barabash. Bohdan Khmelnytsky.
"Bohdan Khmelnytsky is an outstanding figure in the Ukrainian history. It is hard to find a historical figure who would receive so many conflicting assessments by his/her contemporaries and descendants. Polish historians called Khmelnytsky "the traitor" only, ambitious and treacherous, in Soviet historiography he was presented as a champion of "the reunion of fraternal people", which completely ignores his state-building activities. So who really was he, Bohdan-Zynoviy Khmelnytsky? What did he do for his state, for the Cossacks, and for the people? We leave it up to our dear readers to answer these questions..."

In Ukrainian.
Type of the edition: hard cover
Format: 116x164 mm
Number of pages: 254
Publisher: Bookclub, Kharkiv
Contents
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- VSTUP

1. Vid nemovljaty do derzhavnoho muzha (1595-1848 rr.)

- Pokhodzhennja, rodyna, osvita

- Pershi kontakty z kozatstvom

- U borot‘bi z Richchju Pospolytoju

- Pershyy dosvid mizhnarodnoji dyplomatiji

- Konflikt z Danielem Chaplyns‘kym: koly z iskry spalakhuje polum’ja

2. Ochil‘nyk vyzvol‘noji viyny (1648-1657 rr.)

- Khmel‘nyts‘kyy-vojin

- Khmel‘nyts‘kyy-polityk

3. Khmel‘nyts‘kyy: sproba psykholohichnoho portretu

4. Smert‘ velykoho Bohdana. Koly kinets‘ staje pochatkom

- Obstavyny pokhovannja i zahadka Bohdanovoji mohyly

- Spadok Khmel‘nyts‘koho v ukrajins‘kiy istoriji

- LITERATURA

Publisher: BookClub
Catalogue number: ISBN 9789661490931
Year: 2015

Domestic price: 124.30UAH
International price: $11.30USD
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