Ukrainian language

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Ukrainian language,

also called Little Russian: see Russian languageRussian language,
also called Great Russian, member of the East Slavic group of the Slavic subfamily of the Indo-European family of languages (see Slavic languages). The principal language of administration in the Soviet Union, Russian is spoken by about 170 million people as a
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; Slavic languagesSlavic languages,
also called Slavonic languages, a subfamily of the Indo-European family of languages. Because the Slavic group of languages seems to be closer to the Baltic group than to any other, some scholars combine the two in a Balto-Slavic subfamily of the Indo-European
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In May, the Ukrainian government approved a law that requires all Slavic names, including Russian ones, to be spelled according to Ukrainian-language standards.
The main aim of the project is the publication and distribution of Ukrainian-language popular science literature for teenagers.
This era became a "golden age" for the ULFTA's blend of Ukrainian cultural and political radicalism: "Enormously successful, its array of cultural, social, and political activities served to establish the Ukrainian labour temple as one of the most popular and important working-class institutions in interwar Canada, encompassing impressive numbers of members and supporters, female and male, children and adult." Some fifteen thousand members attended eighty-seven temples across the country, while the association's Ukrainian-language newspapers reached more than twenty thousand subscribers.
Freeland's grandfather was indeed a Nazi collaborator who, as the editor of a Ukrainian-language newspaper, published anti-Semitic rants and encouraged volunteers to join the 14th Waffen SS Galizien Division.
For historians of the Habsburg Monarchy, the book helps to shift attention away from the more commonly traversed ground of post-1867 Vienna and Bohemia and incorporates Polish- and Ukrainian-language scholarship into the English-language historiography.
Notable are what Lehr's research assistants uncovered in scouring archival records and the translated excerpts he uses from Ukrainian-language newspapers such as Ukrainskyi holos (Ukrainian Voice) and Kanadyiskiy farmer (Canadian Farmer).
From Rewakowicz's book we also learn about the audience for Ukrainian-language literature at the time of the Group's activity.
Tsarist restrictions, such as the 1876 Ems ukaz circumscribing Ukrainian-language printing and theater, attempted to homogenize culture across the Russian imperial space by centralizing cultural management.
Furthermore, it has been confirmed that Karkoc wrote a Ukrainian-language memoir in 1995, Karkoc states that he helped found the Ukrainian Self Defense Legion in 1943,
Founded in the mid-1990s, Expres has grown to be the country's largest-circulation Ukrainian-language subscription daily.
But despite an improving economic environment, there's a big problem in the works--local legislation that has restricted distribution of international product if it comes with a Russian-language dub, even if it has Ukrainian-language subtitles.

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