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The Kurgan hypothesis:
Ukraine as the urheimat of Indo-European peoples.
The territory of Ukraine has been inhabited for at least forty four thousand
years. It is where the horse was ﬁrst domesticated and a candidate site of
the origins of the Proto-Indo-European language family. The Scythian
Kingdom existed here from 750–250 BC. Along with ancient Greek colonies
founded in the 6th.
At the VII century Eastern part of Ukraine and Crimea were
conquered and transformed in to Khazar khanate.
( Khazars, a semi-nomadic people from Central Asia)
This is the ﬁrst Eastern Ukrainian cultural reformatting.
In the XIII century the East Ukraine becomes a vassal to the
(second Eastern Ukrainian cultural reformatting).
First Lithuanian King Mindaugas and the ﬁrst UKRAINE King Danilo
together attended Pope’s organized crusades against the
Almost 250 years (1320 to 1569), Lithuania and Ukraine lived as one
The Ruler Gediminas
built two castles:
Vilnius and Kiev.
The Monarch Vytautas built two residences:
in Trakai (Lithuania) and in Kamenetz – Podolsk (Ukraine).
Vytautas returned the Eastern Ukraine to Europe.
After the Union of Lublin in 1569 and the formation of the Polish–
Lithuanian Commonwealth Ukraine fell under Polish administration.
Polonization efforts in XVII c. led to the Cossack uprisings.
Bohdan Khmelnytsky started
the ﬁrst Polish-Jewish pogroms.
It destroyed about 300 Jewish
communities and about 60 000
Jews were killed or sold into
slavery by the Turks.
B. Khmelnytsky seeks union
From 1667 East
Ukraine under Muscovy
1557 Moscow principality declared
themselves Kingdom of Russia,
and later converted Ukrainian
(Kievan Rus) history
to Russian history.
Europe up to eighteenth century
called todays Russia - Muscovy.
to Russia and for
120 years blocked
Russia did not recognize the Ukrainian
identity and carried russiﬁcation policy.
Limited the press and forbade Ukrainian
language in public.
"What did not complete Russian bayonet will ﬁnish Russian school."
Muravyov the Hangman
In 1918 UKRAINE
for a short time
But in 1920 Russia again occupies East
Ukraine. During 1932-1933 Stalin organized
Holodomor, the consequences of this are
from 4-10 million of Ukrainians dead that
would be around 19% of all Ukrainian citizen
that lived in that era. Their place is taken by
the lumpenproletariats from Russia.
This is fourth and most daring East Ukraine
The tragedy of
In 1944 Soviet Government organized
forcible deportation of the all
Crimean Tatars (183155 people) in
The Tatars were replaced with Homo
Sovieticus and with ex soldiers from
Russian Naval Base.
The 80% of settlements were
Ukrainian consciousness mostly survived in the Polish occupied part
of the West Ukraine. In the hunger starved, exiled and foreign filled
East Ukraine regions turn in to “Surzhyk” culture. This culture is
based on erased and replaced history in peoples mind. Customs are
based on alcohol consumption, justice is replaced by a Thug based
rules and people are made to be afraid of the government to the core
of their souls.
In our days Ukraine, in East region, miners became slaves,
working in the illegal “Kopanka” (mining fields), without any
social guaranty and work securities. This destroys nature.
While the local government moved in to criminal authority