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Sources and Such - Episode 1

Updated: Oct 11, 2020



Photo Credit: https://unsplash.com/photos/aPQ-zzYGxAs

Lviv Restaurants featured in this episode:

- McDonald's, 7 Shevchenko Blvd., Lviv.

- Cafe U Pani Steftsi, 10 Svoboda Blvd., Lviv.

- Kryva Lypa Culinary Studio, 8 Kryva Lypa Passage, Lviv.

- Masoch Cafe, 7 Serbska St., Lviv.

- Kryivka, 14 Rynok Sq., Lviv.

- The Most Expensive Galician Restaurant, 14 Rynok Sq., Lviv.

Sources:


* Paul Robert Magocsi, "A History of Ukraine: The Land and Its People", 2010.

* Anna Reid, "Borderland: A Journey Through the History of Ukraine", 2000.

* Hypatian Codex, (online version).

* Isabel de Madariaga, "Ivan the Terrible", 2006.

* Maureen Perrie & Andrei Pavlov, "Ivan the Terrible", 2003.

* Hryhoriy Pivtorak, "Pokhodzennia Ukraiinstiv, Rosian, Bilorusiv ta Iihnikh Mov" / Григорій Півторак, "Походження Українців, Росян, Білорусів та Їхніх Мов", 2001.

* Michael Palij, "The Ukrainian-Polish Defensive Alliance, 1919-1921: An Aspect of the Ukrainian Revolution", 1995.

* Adam Taylor, "Why Ukraine Isn't 'The Ukraine', and Why That Matters Now" in Business Insider, 2013.

* Tom Geoghegan, "Ukraine or the Ukraine: Why Some Country Names have 'The'?", BBC News Magazine, 2012.

* Serhii Plokhy, "Ukraine and Russia: Representations of the Past", 2014.

* Katie Zezima, "'Ukraine' or 'the Ukraine'? It's More Controversial than You Think", Washington Post, 2014.


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