The Actual History of Ukrainian Independence (Documentary)00:27:49

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Ukraine was right in the center of the violent chaos following the Russian Revolution 1917. After declaring independence the Ukrainian Peoples Republic was invaded multiple times as the Russian Civil War, the Polish-Soviet War, the Ukrainian-Polish War and the Soviet-Ukrainian War all raged across the country. The Communist victory in the Russian Civil War meant that the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic became a founding member of the USSR.

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