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★Now that Russia is invading Ukraine, it makes a lot of sense to watch this movie after learning that Stallone's maternal grandfather is of Ukrainian descent.
 

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    Ukrainian

    Ukrainian(Ukrainian dust,Ukrainian: Ukrainians [Ukrainzi] ) IsUkraineThe mainPeople.Eastern Europe OfEast SlavsBelongs to, mainlyUkrainianTheMother tongueMany people say that.

    Ethnic name

    Ukrainians are known by various ethnic names in history.9st centuryから13st centuryUkrainian regionRusBecause it was called中 世Residents of this area since the previous termRutheniansCame to be called (Rusinui)[Note 1]. Also,14st centuryA letter from a more Orthodox priest called UkraineLittle Russia'[Note 2]There is a custom called17st centurySince then Ukraine has become OrthodoxRussian TsarWhen merged with,19st centuryUp to UkrainiansSmall RussianWas called (Malo Rossy)[Note 3]..Besides that,15st centuryから18st centuryTowards the end many Ukrainian inhabitantsCossackFrom that,CossackThere was a time when (Kozakui) meant Ukrainians[Note 4].

    The place name Ukraine12st centuryFrom the second halfRusian Chronicle, But the term "Ukrainian"16st centuryWas not widespread. In the middle of the 17th centuryCossack Hetman StateWhen was established, "Ukrainian" came to be used synonymously with "Ruthenian", "small Russian", and "Cossack" as ethnic names.moreover,18st centuryから19st centuryIn addition, those ethnic names were unified by the activities of intellectuals from Ukraine with the ethnic name "Ukrainian".[Note 5].

    History

    Ukrainian originFrance,Germanyadvanced from the directionCelticand have lived in Ukraine since ancient timesCaucasian OfIranian OfScythePeople andSarmatiansGoed eastGermanic system OfOstrogoths,NormanGoed westMongoloidA sectTurkicOf the tribesBulgars,Khazarian,CumansBut of CaucasianEast SlavicetcMixedIt is believed that it was formed by stacking.Also, the Slavic elements were decisive in Ukrainian origin.[25].

    Ukrainians in the Middle AgesKiev Grand DuchyAlthough he was the creator of (7th to 13th centuries),Invasion of Mongolian forcesThe Grand Duchy was killed by.after thatGrand Duchy of LithuaniaUnder the control ofPoland and LithuaniaMost of the timeKiev VoivodeshipAsKingdom of PolandIn the administrative jurisdiction ofBlack SeaPrimorsky KraiOttoman EmpireBecame an administrative jurisdiction of.In the early modern periodUkraine CossacksGains autonomy over the Polish-Lithuanian RepublicCossack Hetman StateFormed (17th-18th centuries), but laterindependentLoseRussian EmpireUnder the control of the Russian EmpireAustria-Hungary EmpireIt was decided to be divided and controlled among each country.Some Ukrainians who lost the war with Russia etc.Romania,TurkeyAlthough he fled to and tried to recover, the Ukrainians could not rebuild the independent nation.

    For a time, Ukraine Cossacks in the Polish-Lithuanian RepublicRegistered CossackIn this republicSuffrageな どShraftaHad various rights as.Cossack Hetman StateAt that time, half of the Ukrainians were treated as registered Cossacks.Therefore, there are many Ukrainians who take pride in being descendants of Cossacks even today.When the Cossack Hetman nation was destroyed, many Ukrainians were originally農民Returned to.On the other hand, some Ukrainians living in the cityRussianizationdid.The division between urban and rural areas was later内 戦Served as a major determinant.

    Russian RevolutionAfter1917, Ukrainians divided into each power and declared independence.Especially for those whoUkrainian People's Republic, The nationalistsWest Ukrainian People's RepublicThe former became the first modern Ukrainian nation.

    However, Ukraine with Poland competing for territoryBolshevikWar (Polish-Soviet War) AndUkraine-Poland War,Ukrainian Soviet War,Russian Civil WarBecame the main battlefield of, and became a pandemic during this period.EpidemicMany Ukrainians were killed or injured.again,anarchist OfUkrainian Revolutionary InsurrectionMany Ukrainians participated in the event, but it was eventually destroyed by the Bolsheviks.for,Russian,JewCentered onSoviet People's Republic of UkraineIs established and someSovietAfter the republic appeared and disappeared,Ukrainian Socialist Soviet RepublicWas established with the support of the Russian Soviet government.Ultimately, West Ukraine is Poland, and the rest of UkraineCrimeaWas divided by the Soviet state.As a result, many anti-Bolshevik Ukrainians were forced to flee abroad.

    After that, the Ukrainian Socialist Soviet RepublicRussian Soviet Union,White Russian Socialist Soviet Republicと と も にSoviet UnionWas formed.Later, the country name was changed to "Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic".

    the 1920s, The Soviet government changed its previous assault on Ukraine and adopted a policy of patience against Ukrainians.During this period, Ukrainians were appointed as key figures of the central government in Ukraine, and policies were adopted to improve the social status of Ukrainians. In addition, research and promotion of Ukrainian culture was actively carried out in various forms. It is said that Ukrainian culture flourished in Japan.

    Butthe 1930sTo become andJoseph StalinSeized power of the Soviet government, abolished the prudent policy, and adopted the Ukrainian crackdown policy.Also, as a result of Stalin robbing all Ukrainian wheat in order to earn foreign currency for export, and even the wheat eaten by Ukrainians.1932から1933OverHorod MallIt caused a great famine (also known as "Stalin hunger"), killing an estimated 330 million Ukrainians. (*)

    (*) In several countries including Ukraine, this Holodomor is against Ukrainians.genocideIt is certified as.On the other hand, some arrogant Russians said, "At that time, famine occurred not only in Ukraine but also in a vast area centered on the southwestern part of Russia." (That is, Stalin made a strange claim that it was "(so) not bad", saying that he was doing genosides more extensively, not just Ukrainians. The sins of the Russians who forgave their existence and committed cruel acts are heavier, but not lighter.)Historically, the majority of the inhabitants of this area are Ukrainians, and after the Russian Revolution, they were of Ukrainian descent.Kuban People's RepublicEven the country was founded.As a result of Russia's annexation of it by force, the region became "southwestern Russia", and the crackdown on the inhabitants of the region and the crackdown on Ukrainians is as decisive as the Russian Federation claims. There isn't.Also, this areaWhiteSystemSouthern RussiaIt was also one of the areas where the anti-Soviet movement was most active, along with Ukraine.Even if the Great Famine was not a crackdown on Ukrainians, it does not deny that it was a crackdown on former anti-Soviet residents, including Ukrainians.

    After Holodomor, many of the Ukrainian Soviet governments and below were executed or committed suicide by Stalin in a way that forced him to take responsibility for the famine.

    In addition, Stalin's policy was to carry out a campaign to recall Ukrainians who had been exiled abroad to the Soviet Union.Many UkrainiansexileWasUnited Kingdom,Canada,The United States of AmericaTake this opportunity to wipe out the Ukrainians in exile.Western countries promoted the "return" of exiled Ukrainians to the Soviet Union, but many of the returning Ukrainians were charged with various charges and executed or exiled.

    after that,German-Soviet battleUkraine, which became the main battlefield ofSecond World WarCaused the largest deaths in Japan.The number of victims in the war was enormous, both military and civilian, but some were caused by Soviet troops.Nazi GermanySome were arrested and killed on suspicion of cooperating with the military.For Ukrainians who were against the Soviet government at that time,German armySome people cooperated with.Also, at that time, there were some, mainly in western Ukraine.PartizanThe organization is the Soviet UnionRed ArmyI took hostile action against.Above allUkrainian InsurgentsConducted partisan activities for both the Red Army and the German Army, and at one point took control of most of Western Ukraine.This powerNKVDFought with the army ofthe 1950sToSoviet armyWas suppressed by.Also, as Ukrainian organizations took hostile action against Poland, the Polish governmentOperation VistulaThe Ukrainian community in Poland was forcibly dismantled, and it was forbidden for many Ukrainians to gather and live in the country thereafter.

    On the other hand, in the Far East, asylum Ukrainians have been the main players since before World War II.ManchuriaThroughJapanese armyParticipated in the war against the Soviet-Japanese War.

    After the war, Ukraine developed as an important region for the Soviet Union's main industry.Many Russians migrated to the western part of the country, which has abundant soil, as a large breadbasket of the Soviet Union, and the eastern part, which produces high-quality coal and iron ore, as a heavy industry area.

    1991Ukraine declared independence from the Soviet Union and became an independent nation.Independent Ukraine speaks Russian to enhance Ukrainian UkrainianityOfficial terminologyExclude from, etc.UkrainianI took a policy.

    2004Ukrainian tries to eliminate Russia's political influenceOrange revolutionOccurs and is anti-RussianVictor YushchenkoThe government was born,2010AgainVictor YanukovichThe administration was established.However2013ToEuropean UnionYanukovych has forgotten to sign a political and trade agreement with (EU) due to consideration for Russia, so againMassive protestsYanukovych was defeated and took advantage of this to declare independence from Ukraine and a request for annexation to Russia.CrimeaTheRussia actually annexed, The tension continues.

    Immigration

    Ukrainian immigrants took place from the 19th century to the beginning of the 20th century.Ukrainians mainly lived in rural areas and engaged in agriculture, and did not live much in urban areas of Ukraine, where there were many Russians, Jews, and Poles. Progressed in Ukraine at the end of the 19th centuryUrbanization,IndustrializationSo mainly Russian workers flowed in, while Ukrainians in coal mines and factories in UkraineWorkerRather than becoming, he wanted to have his own farmland abroad or in the remote areas.Many UkrainiansCanada,The United States of AmericaImmigrated to the agricultural area of ​​Ukraine and established a Ukrainian community in the country.Also in the eastern part of the Russian Empire, where the population is sparse, especiallyFar EastMoved to and ran farming.Ukrainians immigrated to the Far EastRussian RevolutionlaterAmur riverIn the basinGreen UkraineIs founded.

    From 1895,SlaverySeeking a shortage of agricultural labor due to abolitionBrazilImmigrants to Japan were carried out, and many immigrants mainlyState of Parana,State of Santa Catarina,State of Rio Grande do SulSettled in, someState of Sao PauloInflowed to.ManyGaliciaWas an immigrant from.

    At the same timeArgentineImmigrants are also carried out, and a certain number are the capitalブ エ ノ ス ア イ レ スAnd its suburbsBuenos airesSettled in various parts of Argentina, but with some Ukrainians immigrated to BrazilProvince of MisionesAlso flowed into.

    After the end of the Cold War,PortugalMigrant immigrants to such places were carried out.

    culture

    言语

    Ukrainian original言语AsUkrainianThere is.Ukrainian is the home country of UkraineOfficial terminologyIt has become.It has also dominated Ukraine in historyPoland,Austria,RussiaDue to the influence ofPolishGerman, In eastern and southern UkraineRussianThere are Ukrainians who can speak.Ukrainians living abroad depend on their area of ​​residenceEnglish,Russian,Portuguese,SpanishIs mainly used.

    Ukrainian TheIndo-European OfSlavicBelongs to, and in its descriptionCyrillicIs used.In that languagePolesiaNorthern dialect centered on rural areas,Volini-Galicia-PodoliaJeolla dialect centered on the region, and moreKiev-Poltava-ZaporizhaziaThere are three dialects, the Gyeongsang dialect, which is centered on the region.UkrainianStandard languageIs based on the Gyeongsang dialect.UkrainianLanguageHitOld RuthenianThe first record of10st centuryBack to UkrainianSpokenLiterary works based on18st centuryAppear from[26].

    Religious

    Ukrainians currently residing in Ukraineキ リ ス ト 教徒 OfidentityBut most do not belong to any particular religious group[27]..Traditionally for religious groupsOrthodoxIs the largest force, but the church organization is separated.The one with the largest number of believersUkrainian Orthodox Church, Patriarchate of KievIs.Next to thisUkrainian AutocephalyUkrainian Orthodox Church of the Patriarchate of MoscowThere is a church organization.In the western and central parts of UkraineEastern Liturgy Catholic ChurchBarrelUkraine Eastern Catholic ChurchHas the power next to the Orthodox Church.Catholic church of the western liturgyandProtestantAlso exists.

    Cuisine

    Clothing

    Women's clothing (18th century)

    Men's clothing (18th century)

    Music

    Ukrainian first and last name

    Notation method

    Ukrainian surnames are written in the order of "last name, first name, father name"[28].

    Ukrainian surname

    In Ukraine, the migration and migration of residents has been carried out on a large scale for a long time, and the surnames peculiar to the region are fading.The areas that are considered to be unique are as follows.The notation will be in Roman letters for convenience.

    • There are many surnames with patterns ending in k such as -ak and -uk, which are often seen in neighboring Poland and the Czech Republic.
    • And etc.Dnieper UkraineIn the region, there are many endings of surnames named after their ancestors, "ko" (-ko) or "enko" (-enko).It is very common in neighboring Russia and Belarus, but it is said to have roots in Ukraine.There is no change in the flexion between males and females.
    • There are also many -skij and -vich, which are common in Slavic countries.Of these, -skij changes to the form of -ska when it comes to female names.
    • There are also many patterns such as -in, -ev, and -ov that convert common nouns into surnames. -Similar to skij, in the case of a female name, a is added after it.It is very common in neighboring Russia and Belarus, but this isImperial Russia-USSRIt seems that the long-term control by the government has had a great influence.Depending on the word, in Ukrainian, -ov in Russian may become -iv (the place name / surname "Nakajima" is close to being called "Nakashima" in some areas).For the -ev and -ov patterns,BulgariaBut it can be seen normally.
    • Kuchma, Bubka,Mazepa,ChaykaSome surnames end with -a, but in many cases the Ukrainian common noun is simply the surname.In that case, the nouns of animals and plants are often surnames.Of course, common nouns that do not end with -a are also surnames, and -a is not a special case.In Russian surnames, the only surnames ending in -a are feminine, which only feels peculiar to those familiar with Russian surnames.Another example of the sex of common nouns is Shchur,BuryakSuch.When this is translated into Russian, it becomes a subject adjective such as Shchurov, Buryakov, etc.

    Ukrainian people

    "Ukrainian citizens (Ukrainian citizens) who are Ukrainian nationalsукраїнський громадянин, Ukrainian Siqui Fromajanin) ”in the ethnic sense of“ Ukrainian (ukrainian, Ukrainezi) ”in addition toRussian,Romanian,Belarusian,Crimean Tatars,Gagauz,JewEthnic groups such as are also included.However, these minorities rarely call themselves "Ukrainians" and can be thought of as "national" and "ethnic" separately.

    gene

    UkrainianY chromosome haplogroupIt is,R1aIs 43.2%,IIs 27.2%,R1bIs 7.9%,E1b1bIs 7.4%,NIs 5.4%[29].

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    1. ^ Rus isLatinThen it is called "Rutenian" and the Ruthenians are "Ruthenians", also in a foreign language.GreekThen, "Rusian" was sometimes called "Russia" and the Ruthenians were called "Russian". The name "Rutenian" isCatholic OfWestern EuropeUsed in countries, the name "Russian"Orthodox OfGreekUsed in.The currentRussianWas called "Moscow" in Europe at that time and was distinguished from Ukrainian "Russian" (Ruthenian).
    2. ^ "cultureCenter ofGreeceIt means "Rusi with a small distance from".
    3. ^ However, the name "Little Russia" departed from its original meaning and was "by the Russians.Small Japan"likeContemptNowadays, the name "small Russian" is also used by Russians to despise Ukrainians.Of course it is not used in Ukraine.
    4. ^ Even today, it is said that about half of Ukrainians have Cossacks as their ancestors, and they sometimes call themselves "Cossacks" with pride.On the other hand, some Russians have a custom of declining Cossacks, so Ukrainians are sometimes referred to as "Cossacks".However, not all Russians are declining Cossacks,caricatureIn, Ukrainians are often depicted in the form of Cossacks.Cossacks originated in Ukraine and are different from the Japanese image of Russia.
    5. ^ At that time, with the establishment of the nation-state in Europe, "Rusi"RussiaAs a result of its strong association with Ukrainians, Ukrainian cultural figures spread the ethnic name "Ukrainians" so that "Ruthenians" would not be mistaken for Russians (Moscow) and not assimilated.The movement of those cultural figures gradually evolved from the academic movement to the Ukrainian national liberation movement.
    6. ^
        Ukrainian
        Russian
        Other
    7. ^ Left figure
        Ukrainian
        Russian
        Other
      Right figure
        Belarusian
        Moldovans
        Crimean Tatars
        Bulgarian
        Hungarian
        Romanian
        Polish
        Jew
        Armenian
        Greek
        German

    Source

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    2. ^ (Russian) 2002 All-Russian Census: Regional Population by Ethnicity (October 2002-10, 9)[2].. Retrieved January 2007, 8.
    3. ^ (English) 2006 Canada Census: Ethnic Population Statistics [3].. Retrieved January 2007, 8.
    4. ^ (English) United States Census BureauBook (July 2004)[4].. Retrieved January 2007, 8.
    5. ^ (English) 2005 Kazakhstan Census [5].. Retrieved January 2007, 8.
    6. ^ (Portuguese) Etnias // Governo do Paraná [6].. Retrieved January 2007, 8.
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    12. ^ (Spanish) Statistics National Institute: Avance del Padrón Municipal a 1 de enero de 2007. Datos provisionales. [12].
    13. ^ (Portuguese) "Imigrantes do Leste”(Portuguese). Immigrants. April 2007, 8Browse.
    14. ^ "Latvia: Ethnic composition of resident population in regions, cities and districts at beginning of 2002". emz-berlin.de (2002). April 2007, 8Browse.
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