Book review: V gornile revolyutsiy i voyn: Ukraina v 1917-1920 gg.: istoriko-istoriograficheskie esse [In the Crucible of Revolutions and Wars: Ukraine in 1917-1920: Historical and Historiographic Essays]. Moscow: ROSSPEN Publ., 2018. 669 p.

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Vardan E. Bagdasaryan

Moscow State Regional University

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Doktor Istoricheskikh Nauk [Dr. habil. hist.], Professor, Head of the Department of the History of Russia in the Middle Ages and Modern Times

10A, Radio St., Moscow, 105005, Russia

Sergey I. Resnyansky

RUDN University


Doktor Istoricheskikh Nauk [Dr. habil. hist.], Kandidat Yuridicheskiy Nauk [PhD in Law], Associate Professor, Director of the Institute for Integrated Safety and Special Instrumentation

6, Miklukho-Maklaya St., Moscow, 117198, Russia

Anatoly A. Bakaev

MIREA - Russian Technological University


Doktor Istoricheskikh Nauk [Dr. habil. hist.], Professor of the Russian History Department

20, Stromynka St., Moscow, 107076, Russia


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