Russia and Crimea. Crimea and Russia. They are one and the same – a single mutual history, laced with geopolitics. Remember the unparalled heroism of the two defenses of Sevastopol. Remember Marshals Suvorov and Kutuzov, Admirals Nakhimov, Kornilov, and Istomin. Remember Catherine the Great’s political foresight and Nikita Khrushchev’s treacherous prodigality. Each time Russia regained Crimea, she also became the superpower. Each time Crimea was forfeited, that power was forfeited as well. In 2014, our country has become superpower once again, thanks to the fortitude and courage on the part of the Crimeans and a strong political will on that of the Russian President. All these issues are the subject of this new book by Nikolay Starikov (author of the bestselling Geopolitics. How it is done and Nationalizing the Ruble: The Way to Russia’s Freedom) and Dmitry Belyaev (author of ‘Mess in the Brain’: Information War On Russia). The book strives to answer the most poignant questions of today:
• How did Crimea find its way back home in 2014?
• Who and why orchestrated the Kiev coup?
• What was behind the loss of Crimea in 1991?
• Why did Khrushchev cede Crimea to Ukraine and all but cede the Kuril Islands to Japan?
• What was happening in Crimea during the Great Patriotic War of 1941–1945?
• What horrors did Crimea endure during the Civil War?
Crimea and Russia. Russia and Crimea. One land, one country, one history. Once and forevermore.
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- Chapter 1. 2014 – Return to Russia
- Chapter 2. 1991–2013: Crimea Breaks Off
- Chapter 3. A story about Khrushchev, how he gave away Crimea, and nearly gave away the Kurile Islands
- Chapter 4. World War II in Crimea. 1941–1945
- Chapter 5. Civil War in Crimea
- Chapter 6. World War I. 1914–1917
- Chapter 7. Crimea during the First Russian Revolution. 1905–1907
- Chapter 8. Crimean (Eastern) War. 1853–1856
- Chapter 9. Accession of the Crimea to the Russian Empire
- Document 1. Decree of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR “On the transfer of the Crimean region of the RSFSR into the Ukrainian SSR”
- Document 2 Decree of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the RSFSR as of 29 10 1948 No 761/2 about the assigning of the status of an independent administrative and economic center to the city of Sevastopol
- Document 3 Resolution of the Supreme Soviet of the Russian Federation of 09 07 1993 No 5359–1 “On the status of Sevastopol”
- Document 4 Determination of the the Constitutional Court of the Russian Federation of 27 09 1995 № 97-O
- From the ancient Cimmerians up to Crimean Khanate. Historical reference
- Метки: политическая публицистика, историческая публицистика, геополитика России, история Крыма, присоединение Крыма к России
- Переводчик: Iskander Shafikov, Dmitry Stroganov
- Правообладатель: Питер
- Дата написания: 2015
- Год издания: 2015
- ISBN (EAN): 9785496016933
- Дата поступления: 22 августа 2015
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