Ukraine: A History
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Ukraine: A History is a 1988 book on the history of Ukraine written by Orest Subtelny, a professor of history and political science at York University, Toronto, Canada. It is a comprehensive survey of the history of the geographical area encompassed by what is modern-day Ukraine. Updated editions have been published in 1994 to include new material on the dissolution of the Soviet Union, 2000 to include Ukraine's first decade of independence, and 2009 to include the Orange Revolution and the effects of globalization on Ukraine.
The history of Ukraine is divided into five parts in the book and presented chronologically, beginning with an introductory chapter on the prehistory of Ukraine titled The Earliest Times, followed by Part One: Kievan Rus', Part Two: The Polish-Lithuanian Period, Part Three: The Cossack Era, Part Four: Ukraine under Imperial Rule, and Part Five: Twentieth-Century Ukraine.
- "Ukraine: A History, 4th Edition". University of Toronto Press. Retrieved 13 May 2011.
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