Stepan Bandera: The Life and Afterlife of a Ukrainian Nationalist: Fascism, Genocide, and Cult

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Columbia University Press, Oct 1, 2014 - History - 670 pages
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Contents

PREFACE AND ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
ix
LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS
xiii
NOTE ON LANGUAGE NAMES AND TRANSLITERATIONS
18
INTRODUCTION
19
Chapter 1 HETEROGENEITY MODERNITY AND THE TURN TO THE RIGHT
49
Chapter 2 FORMATIVE YEARS
91
Chapter 3 PIERACKIS ASSASSINATION AND THE WARSAW AND LVIV TRIALS
117
MASS VIOLENCE AND POLITICAL DISASTER
167
Chapter 7 THE PROVIDNYK IN EXILE
317
Chapter 8 BANDERA AND SOVIET PROPAGANDA
363
Chapter 9 THE REVIVAL OF THE CULT
407
Chapter 10 RETURN TO UKRAINE
459
CONCLUSION
531
GLOSSARY
561
BIBLIOGRAPHY
565
INDEX
601

Chapter 5 RESISTANCE COLLABORATION AND GENOCIDAL ASPIRATIONS
241
Chapter 6 THIRD WORLD WAR AND THE GLOBALIZATION OF UKRAINIAN NATIONALISM
291

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Grzegorz Rossolinski-Liebe is a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Friedrich-Meinecke-Institut of the Free University of Berlin.

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