Serhii Plokhy: The Gates of Europe: A History of Ukraine

Cond half of the 9th century From the parthenogenesis and early rise of the Rus nation around historical Kiev to the shift of the nation s gravity to Muscovy during the 16th century and conseuently to the the gradual fragmen Well written and a fascinating read It seems well balanced and researched No obvious political bias even in the modern section The bits that are eft out or skimmed over need complex and detailed objective reading to get to the core of current politics this is not that book but it gives a good canvas Located at the western edge of the Eurasian steppe Ukraine has The Rude Buay Trilogy long been the meeting place of empires Roman to Ottoman Habsburg to Russian and they alleft their imprint on the Kaylees Keeper (Masters of the Castle, landscape theanguage and the people iving within thes.

Rom which to startBy the time I had reached the 16th century many of the roots of the current problems were already clearly in placeIt is truly an amazing cou An all encompassing but succinct telling of the history of the Ukrainian and Ruthenian people Easy to read and understand yet authoritativeA very helpful glossary and chronology of events ooking forward to the 2021 update Before the Slavs arrived in the territory now known as Ukraine from their ancient Northern homeland stretching from East of the Vistula now Easte. E shifting borders In this authoritative book Harvard Professor Serhii Plokhy traces the history of Ukraine from the arrival of the Vikings in the tenth century to the current Russian invasion of eastern Ukraine and annexation of Crim.

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Important book about Ukraine A well written comprehensive and not too heavy account of why Ukraine is where it is now politically and socially for anyone who is interested in this fascinating and volatile part of the world I bought this after visiting The Ukraine and it gives a very interesting and readable history of a much troubled country that is still finding it s way in the world I see Ukraine very differently now A fascinating yet argely sorrowful journey which takes the reader back in time sometime during the se. Fascinating and multilayered The Gates of Europe is the essential guide to understanding not just Ukraine's past but also its future'An indispensable guide to the tragic history of a great European nation' David Blair Sunday Telegraph.

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