Early history of the Ukrainian State Standing

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Early History of the State Standing Ukraine - In the 9th century, the Varangians founded a state called Kievan Rus or Rus Kyivan. The country is one of the strongest countries in the Middle Ages. Kievan Rus state unfortunately did not last long. In the 12th century, Kievan Rus eventually disbanded due to disintegration.

In the mid-14th century, Ukrainian territory controlled by the three great rulers. Authorities are, consisting of the Golden Horde of the Mongols, the Grand Duchy of Lithuania (the forerunner of Lithuania states that formed in the 12th century until its end in 1569), and the Kingdom of Poland.

However, after the Great War in the East (Great Northern War, 1700-1721), Ukraine is divided into several regions. Tsarist Empire Russian Empire managed to defeat the domination of Sweden at that time controlled the region with the widest portion. While the others stood under the authority of the Austro-Hungarian rulers.

After experiencing a long journey back to Ukraine finally experiencing turmoil and this leads to a change that is affecting the development of these countries in subsequent years. In 1917 to 1921, Ukraine experienced a revolt for independence. The business is affected due to the outbreak of the Second World War and the Russian Civil War.

In 1922, Ukraine underwent a major change. On 30 December the same year, Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic to be one important trigger in the formation of the Soviet Union Countries. But 46 years later, the Soviet Union collapsed state. Ukraine stands alone again today.

Society in Ukraine is also known for its high-nationalism. This was caused by an event of surrender of the city's controversial Kyiv. The incident occurred in 1754, Hetman Bohdan Khmelnytsky when the city gave what is now the capital of Ukraine, to the Russian state. As a result, the event became one of the best moments are not liked by the people of Ukraine. So, do not discuss this incident with the Ukrainian citizens.

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