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V. Kirieieva


The article attempts to analyze the native historiography, which is devoted to the history of the Ukrainian State and the Directory of the Ukrainian People's Republic on the pages of the scientific journal «Ukrainian Peasant». The studio is based on research and intelligence published in the collection of scientific articles of 2001–2017.

«Ukrainian Peasant» is the only specialized publication on peasant-related issues in Ukraine as of 2018. Est. 2001 with the organizational support of the Research Institute of the Peasantry and the Scientific Society of Historians-Agrarians, the collection of scientific works became the platform for scientific discussions of the scientific community on the agrarian issues. The problems of the period of the Ukrainian Revolution of 1917–19121 took a key place in 19 issues of the scientific journal.

In view of the above, the purpose of the published publication is an analysis of the work of modern native researchers of the Ukrainian Revolution, Central Council, Hetmanate period of P. Skoropadsky and the Directory of the Ukrainian People's Republic on the pages of the scientific journal «Ukrainian Peasant».

Thus, during 2001– 2017, «Ukrainian peasant» remains a valuable scientific publication, on the pages of which a significant place is given to the consideration of the issues of the Ukrainian Revolution of 1917–1921 and, in particular, its separate periods – Central Council, the Hetmanate period of P. Skoropadsky and the Directorate of the Ukrainian People's Republic. Based on the processed historiographic sources, we can state that the range of scientific research is devoted to the agrarian legislation of national governments during the period 1917–1921, the reaction of the peasantry to the implementation of land reforms.

Most of the materials processed substantially complements and specifies the course of revolutionary events in the Ukrainian village of 1917–1921; allows understanding the peasant psychology of that time.

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