first created in 1932, Odesa remained the oblast’s only major city after the formation of Kherson and later Mykolaiv oblasts. Modern Odesa’s rise to the status of the Russian Empire’s fourth largest city accompanied Russia’s expansion into the Black Sea littoral—more specifically the 1789 storming of
jurisdiction, of the southern provinces and the Black Sea coast. Invited as experts to the negotiations in Petrograd, some Russian professors reacted emotionally to census data showing the predominance of ethnic Ukrainians not just in the central but also the southern and eastern provinces by exclaiming, “But
had transpired in Ukraine just days earlier, the Russian leadership was justifiably concerned about the stability of the country and the long-term implications for the Black Sea Fleet. Nonetheless, this violation of Ukraine’s territorial integrity came as a surprise, not only for much of the world
Donbas) is “a big proto-cultural wasteland” that “easily succumbs to political manipulation in connection with a black-and-white view of the world,” and the Donbas population is “medieval-feudal” or a “Cro-Magnon-Neanderthal” people. 14 For a brief period after the Orange Revolution the rest of
, the Kharkiv section of the Ukrainian-Russian border so far lacked conflict-generating potential. 7 It was demarcated without any noisy scandals or exacerbation of relations between the two republics—as occured, for example, in the strategic Black Sea area. However, Kharkiv played an important
Mayakovsky, Vladimir,1893-1930. and Moskovskai͡a assot͡siat͡sii͡a futuristov.
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This article examines various types of Russian oppositional extra-parliamentary natio- nalism from the 1990s to the 2010s, such as imperial national conservatism, monarchy- Black Hundreds nationalism, revolutionary nationalism, Russian Nazism, and National Democrats. It analyzes major Russian oppositional nationalist organizations as well as their transformations and evolution. The author gives particular attention to revolutionary nationalism (National Bolshevism) and National Democracy.
Kirsanov, Semen,1906-1972. and Rodchenko, Aleksandr Mikhaĭlovich,1891-1956,ill.
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Mayakovsky, Vladimir,1893-1930. and Izenberg, Vladimir,ill.
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