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Ep. 30 - Sources and Such



Travel Information:

* See Dnipro City Tourism for a basic run-down about the city and things to see (even walking along the Dnipro River banks)

* Coast Restaurant and Lounge (61 Sicheslavska Naberezhna St. Dnipro, 49000)


Sources:

* Anarchist groups have created an online Nestor Makhno Archive

* Online archive of the "Delo Truda" Journal

* Pjotr Arshinov, The History of the Makhnovist Movement (1918-1921), (1923), English version

* Alexandre Skirda, Nestor Makhno: Anarchy's Cossack (2004)

* Frank Sysyn, "Nestor Makhno and the Ukrainian Revolution" in The Ukraine, 1917-1921: A Study in Revolution (1977)

* Erik C. Landis, "Waiting for Makhno: Legitimacy and Context in a Russian Peasant War" in Past & Present (2004)

* Volodymyr Semystiaha & Marta D. Olynyk, "The Role and Place of Secret Collaborators in the Informational Activity of the GPU-NKVD in the 1920s and 1930s" in Cahiers du Monde Russe (2001)

* James Urry, "Who were the Mennonites?" in European Journal of Sociology (1983)

* Peter C. Mentzel, "Chaos and Utopia: The Anarchists in the Russian Revolution and Civil War" in The Independent Review (2017)

* Jochen Bohler, "Enduring Violence: The Postwar Struggles in East-Central Europe, 1917-21" in Journal of Contemporary History (2015)

* Paul Robert Magosci, A History of Ukraine (1996)

* Serhii Plokhy, The Gates of Europe (2017)

* Peter Letkemann, "Mennonite Victims of Revolution, Anarchy, Civil War, Disease and Famine, 1917-1923" on Mennonite Heritage Center (2000)

* Jason Yanowitz, "The Makhno Myth" in International Socialist Review (2007)

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