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SunTzun2

Also, I have to recommend the lectures on the Ukraine history by a Yale professor Timothy Snyder. It's for listening rather then for reading, but it worth it. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLh9mgdi4rNewfxO7LhBoz\_1Mx1MaO6sw\_


Georgiy_from_K

Indeed, the lectures worth it. They are popular in Ukraine as well (our media are making translation to Ukrainian)


feebeeglee

I am watching the lectures right now, and I can also recommend his book, The Road to Unfreedom. Really solid, readable analysis of how philosophy, politics, and history brought the world to the present moment. My next read wil be one of the above recs.


grzebo

Read Snyder's "Bloodlands". It only focuses on the 2nd World War, but it's a great book.


tataragato

Essential!


AirGroundbreaking970

Thank you for the recommendations! Slava Ukraini! 🇺🇦🙏❤️


Georgiy_from_K

You are welcome! Thanks to everybody who supports Ukraine! Geroyam Slava!


markymark1987

A video recommendation regarding the history of Ukraine: https://youtu.be/lejDbulJN54


fouoifjefoijvnioviow

They have a course on Udemy


umadrab1

Haven’t finished it all the way yet but Anne Appelbaum’s “Red Famine: Stalins War on Ukraine” is very good so far.


Inner_Staff1250

I am looking forward to Olga Onuch and Henry E. Hale: 'The Zelensky Effect' after listening to a very interesting interview with Olga Onuch in the podcast Ukraine. The Latest, day 266. It's about how the Maidan experience united people and made them overcome the Post-Soviet mentality and how Ze embodies that spirit.