Ukraina kozats'ka derzhava (2007) is considered to be one of the best-known books to be published in Ukraine in recent memory. Consisting of 1215 pages devoted to the history of the Ukrainian kozaky, from the years 1500-1918 (accompanied by over 5,100 illustrations). This extensive and beautifully illustrated volume is edited by Volodymyr Nediak, and contains articles and photographs of famous individual kozaky, battles, artifacts, paintings and architecture. Published in Kyiv, Ukraine, in limited print.
Ukraina kozats'ka derzhava is held in the Rare Book Room of the University of Manitoba, Archives & Special Collection (330 Elizabeth Dafoe Library). Call# Slav RBR DK 508.55 N43 2007.
I'm the liaison librarian for German and Slavic Studies at the Elizabeth Dafoe Library, University of Manitoba. I also have a dual role as the archivist in charge of the Archives of the Ukrainian Canadian Experience, located in the U of M Archives & Special Collections, 330 Elizabeth Dafoe Library.