Ukraine: The Challenges of World War II

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Taras Hunczak, Dmytro M. Shtohryn
University Press of America, 2003 - History - 420 pages
The history of Ukraine during World War II is a story of a profound human drama. It was both tragic and heroic, suffering the greatest human losses of any nations, although not directly involved in the war as an independent entity. This work deals with the dramatic events of WWII, which subjected the Ukrainian people to the alternating occupations of Nazi Germany and Communist Russia.

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Ukrainian National Aspirations and German
Soviet Ukraine under Nazi Occupation 19411944
Ukrainian AntiNazi Resistance 19411944

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Taras Hunczak is Professor of History and Political Science, Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey.

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