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Review: Daily Survival amidst Total War: New Publications on Ukraine in World War II
Reviewed Works: HARVEST OF DESPAIR: LIFE AND DEATH IN UKRAINE UNDER NAZI RULE by Karel C. Berkhoff; OTI DVA ROKY...: U KYIEVI PRY NIMTSIAKH by Dmytro Malakov, Heorhii Malakov; "VELYKA VITCHYZNIANA VIINA": SPOHADY TA ROZDUMY OCHEVYDTSIA by Fedir Pihido-Pravoberezhnyi; MAKING SENSE OF WAR: THE SECOND WORLD WAR AND THE FATE OF THE BOLSHEVIK REVOLUTION by Amir Weiner
Review by: SERHY YEKELCHYK
Harvard Ukrainian Studies
Vol. 27, No. 1/4 (2004-2005), pp. 335-348
Published by: Harvard Ukrainian Research Institute
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/41036872
Page Count: 14
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