Notes

  • 1. Kievan Rus’ was a federation of East Slavic tribes in Europe from the late ninth to the mid-thirteenth century, under the reign of the Rurik dynasty with Kiev as a capital.
  • 2. Holodomor was the brutal artificial famine imposed by Stalin’s regime on Soviet Ukraine in 1932-33.

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