Encyclopedia of Ukraine: Volume II: G-K
The appearance of Volume II of the Encyclopedia of Ukraine makes the second stage of a major publishing project. Based on twenty-five years' research by more than 100 scholars from around the world, the encyclopedia provides the most essential information about Ukraine and its people, history, geography, economy, and cultural heritage.
Volume II contains entries beginning with the letters G to K, among them numerous biographies of historical figures and people currently living in and outside of Soviet Ukraine. Included are some 600 illustrations, maps, and statistical tables.
The five volumes of the Encyclopedia of Ukraine will constitute a comprehensive guide to the life and culture of Ukrainians and reflect the manifold relations of Ukrainians with their neighbours and with their non-Ukrainian environments in the various countries to which they immigrated.
- Series: Heritage
- World Rights
- Page Count: 766 pages
- Dimensions: 8.2in x 1.6in x 10.9in
Volodymyr Kubijovyc̆ was a noted Ukrainian geographer and editor-in-chief of the Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies at the University of Alberta/University of Toronto.
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