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The Language of War

Oleksandr Mykhed


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On the Historical Unity of Russians and Ukrainians

Essay by President Putin, Including His Other Statements and Speeches on the Same Theme

Vladimir Putin

"On the Historical Unity of Russians and Ukrainians" is an essay by Russian president Vladimir Putin published on 12 July 2021. It was published shortly after the end of the first of two buildups of Russian forces preceding the large military invasion in Febru...

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Threads: Zlata’s Ukrainian Shirt

Lina Maslo

Threads is an inspiring picture book about a girl’s survival of the 1930s Ukrainian Famine-Genocide, messaging hope, pride for one's heritage, and context for today's War in Ukraine. The threads on Zlata’s beautiful birthday blouse were knotted by her moth...

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Our Enemies will Vanish

Yaroslav Trofimov

A revelatory eyewitness account of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and heroism of the Ukrainian resistance by Pulitzer Prize finalist Yaroslav Trofimov, the chief foreign-affairs correspondent for The Wall Street Journal. Since Russia invaded Ukraine in Februar...

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The Authentic Ukrainian Kitchen

Real Recipes from a Native Chef

Ievgen Klopotenko


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The Chronology of Terror: Speeches & Decisions That Led to War

President Putin's Essays, Statements, Executive Orders and Speeches

Vladimir Putin

Since the beginning of Russian invasion of Ukraine in February 2022, all public attention worldwide has been focused on this conflict. Nevertheless, many people have difficulties understanding the cause of the war and fierceness of the Russian response. This e...

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“Slava Ukraini!”

Strategy and the Spirit of Ukrainian Resistance 2014–2023

Ilmari Käihkö

“Slava Ukraini!” Strategy and the Spirit of Ukrainian Resistance tells the story of the volunteers lauded to have saved Ukraine twice. The volunteers first emerged in the spring of 2014 after the onset of the war in Donbas in a context characterized by amb...

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The Sun Will Rise

Misha Zelinsky

Inspired by true events, The Sun Will Rise by Misha Zelinsky honors those bravely fighting and dying for their freedom in Ukraine. Oksana Shevchenko remembers life as it once was. Before the War. Before the Invaders stripped her freedom away. Before the Mother...

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Ukrainian New Drama after the Euromaidan Revolution

Take the Rubbish Out, Sasha; A Time Traveller's Guide to Donbas; Pilates Time; Bomb; House of Ghosts. Why. We. Fled. Donbas; I Don't Remember the Name; The Mother by Gorky; Tolyk the Diaryman

Natalka Vorozhbyt , Anastasiia Kosodii , Natalia Blok , Andrii Bondarenko , Maksym Kurochkin , Kateryna Penkova , Olha Matsiupa

Ukraine's remarkable aptitude for resilience and grassroots activism, as witnessed since February 2022, is closely connected to a process that began with the Euromaidan Revolution in 2013-14, when over two million Ukrainians took to the streets in defense of d...

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Ukraine’s Nuclear Disarmament

A History

Yuri Kostenko

Based on original and previously unavailable documents, Yuri Kostenko’s account of the negotiations surrounding the Budapest Memorandum agreement between Ukraine, Russia, and the US reveals for the first time the internal debates of the Ukrainian government,...

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Dmitri: His Amazing Story

R. D. Huzul

It is the late 1930s, in Western Ukraine, at the onset of World War II, and the life of Dmitri Hrechko, a simple farm boy, barely fifteen years of age, is about to change forever. When the Red Army comes to his village, gathering young men for war, Dmitri must...

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The Rooster House

A Ukrainian Family Memoir

Victoria Belim

'Wild Swans for Ukraine ... rich and magnificent' Bookseller 'A paean to hope and home. I loved it and it will haunt me' HELEN MACDONALD 'Marvellously vivid and often heartbreaking... I read it in a single enthralled sitting' MIRANDA SEYMOUR 'An instant classi...

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The Russo-Ukrainian War

From the bestselling author of Chernobyl

Serhii Plokhy

CHOSEN AS A BOOK OF THE YEAR BY THE FINANCIAL TIMES AND TELEGRAPH Do you know what is at stake in Ukraine? Urgent, compelling reading from the author of Chernobyl on the defining conflict of our times On 24 February 2022, Russia stunned the world by launching ...

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Ukraine Between War and Peace

Essais - documents

Jacques Baud

Has the US strategy in Ukraine reached an impasse? What is the Russian conduct of military operations? When will the Ukrainian counter-offensive take place? Does Western weaponry really make a difference in Ukraine? Who are the winners of this war? What change...

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83 Days in Mariupol: A War Diary

Don Brown

A young adult graphic novel that captures the complexities of the war in Ukraine, focusing on the siege of Mariupol (Feb ’22 – May ’22) and the brave people who stayed to defend their city against Russian forces as well as the resulting effects on global...

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The Russo-Ukrainian War: The Return of History

Serhii Plokhy

An authoritative history of Europe’s largest military conflict since World War II, from the New York Times best-selling author of The Gates of Europe. Despite repeated warnings from the White House, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine in February 2022 shocked the...

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From Chernobyl with Love

Reporting from the Ruins of the Soviet Union

Katya Cengel

Katya Cengel covers her time as a recent college graduate reporting from the former Soviet Union in Kyiv, Ukraine, and Riga, Latvia, shortly after the fall of Communism....

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A Borderland Capital

Volodymyr Kravchenko

Kharkiv is Ukraine’s second largest city and its former capital. Situated within 40 km of the Ukrainian-Russian border it is one of those East-Central European “liminal” cities which became a center of modernization and pluralization in the borderland ar...

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Jimi Hendrix Live in Lviv

Longlisted for the International Booker Prize 2023

Andrey Kurkov

"Both a pleasure and a testament to life in Ukraine, before" Sunday Times "Ukraine's greatest living novelist" New European "A Ukrainian Murakami" Guardian A love letter to the beautiful city of Lviv, by the author of Death and the Penguin and Grey Bees. Stran...

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The Frontline

Essays on Ukraine’s Past and Present

Serhii Plokhy

The Frontline presents a selection of essays drawn together for the first time to form a companion volume to Serhii Plokhy’s The Gates of Europe and Chernobyl. Here he expands upon his analysis in earlier works of key events in Ukrainian history, including U...

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Eleven Days in Kyiv

Albert E. Chudley

Eleven Days in Kyiv describes Dr. Ab Chudley’s personal experiences as a Children of Chernobyl Project medical exchange professor in Kyiv, Ukraine. The visit occurred only one year after Ukraine celebrated its first anniversary after gaining its independence...

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Babi Yar

The Story of Ukraine's Holocaust

A. Anatoli

The powerful rediscovered masterpiece of Kyiv during the Second World War, told by a young boy who saw it all. 'Read it and weep... Nothing I have read about that barbaric time has been as affecting as this gripping, disturbing book - rightly hailed a masterpi...

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War Diary

Yevgenia Belorusets

A monumental, deeply penetrating document of life in Kyiv during the first forty-one days of the Russian invasion of Ukraine The young artist and writer Yevgenia Belorusets was in her hometown of Kyiv when Putin’s “special military operation” against Ukr...

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Live. Fight. Survive

Shaun Pinner

Pre-order the extraordinary first-hand account of the war in Ukraine by former British Army soldier Shaun Pinner -------- Shaun Pinner was a retired and decorated British soldier, living a peaceful and happy life in Mariupol with his Ukrainian family. What fol...

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Awesome Kharkiv

Hanna Kopylova , Bohdana Pavlychko


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Ukraine's Many Faces

Land, People, and Culture Revisited

Olena Palko , Manuel Férez Gil

Russia's large-scale invasion on the 24th of February 2022 once again made Ukraine the focus of world media. Behind those headlines remain the complex developments in Ukraine's history, national identity, culture and society. Addressing readers from diverse ba...

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Echoes of Conflict

A Chronicle of Ukraine's Turbulent Battle for Autonomy

Stephen W Bradeley Bsc

Brief overview of the Russia-Ukraine conflict The Russia-Ukraine conflict has become a defining geopolitical event of the 21st century. From its origins in the aftermath of the Soviet Union's dissolution to the ongoing tensions and military confrontations, und...

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The Transformation of Civil Society

An Oral History of Ukrainian Peasant Culture, 1920s to 1930s

William Noll

The catastrophic terror Soviet power unleashed on the Ukrainian countryside in the early 1930s altered every aspect of village life. Based on extensive interviews with villagers throughout Ukraine, The Transformation of Civil Society provides an oral history o...

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The Inside Story of Russia's Bloody War and Ukraine's Fight for Survival

Luke Harding

New York Times bestselling author of Collusion and The Snowden Files Luke Harding’s personal, frontline reporting on Russia’s harrowing invasion of Ukraine, the biggest news event of the year and an inflection point in international politics “An excellen...

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