Malorossia
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Little Russia, sometimes Little Rus’ (Russian: Малая Русь or Малороссия; Ukrainian: Мала Русь or Rus' Minor), is a historical political and geographical term in the Russian language referring to most of the territory of modern-day Ukraine before the twentieth century. Accordingly, derivatives such as "Little Russian" (Russian: малорyсский) were commonly applied to the people, language, and culture of the area. Prior to the revolutionary events of 1917 a large part the region's elite population were followers of Little Russian identity which competed with the local Ukrainian identity. After the collapse of the Russian Empire, and with the amalgamation of Ukrainian territories into one administrative unit the word was phased out of circulation and when used took on a derogatory connotation denoting those Ukrainians with little or no national consciousness. The term retains currency among Russian monarchists and nationalists who deny that Ukraine and Ukrainians are distinct from Russia and Russians. Because Ukraine and its people have undergone the process of nation-building over the last seven hundred years, Little Russia, even in the historic context, can only loosely be considered an equivalent for the word Ukraine. By the late 1980s, the term had become an archaic one, and its anachronistic usage was considered strongly offensive by Ukrainian nationalists.

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Little Russia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In the seventeenth century the term Malorossiya was introduced into Russian. In English the term is often translated Little Russia or Little Rus', depending on the ...
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Erinnerungen an Malorossia | ZEIT ONLINE - Die Zeit
Erinnerungen an Malorossia. Einst wurde die Ukraine als kleines Russland bezeichnet. Heute herrscht dort ein Russenhass, der sich aus der Frustration über ...
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МАЛОРОССЇѦ | ВКонтакте
Шановные граждане русских украин, особливо те, кто читает и активно пишет в нашей группе! Ещё пара-тройка идеологическо-организационных ...
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Ukraine or Malorossia? - E-International Relations
4 days ago ... What will it take for Putin to come to terms with the fact that Ukraine is an independent country and not Malorossia, or 'little Russia'?
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Malorossia definition of Malorossia in the Free Online Encyclopedia.
a region of the former SW Soviet Union, consisting chiefly of Ukraine. Little Russia. (Malorossiia), a name for the Ukraine, used in official documents of tsarist  ...
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(Placename) a region of the former Soviet Union, consisting chiefly of Ukraine. Want to thank TFD for its existence? Tell a friend about us, add a link to this page,  ...
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Breaking Ground: Travel and National Culture in Russia from Peter I to the Era of Pushkin (Studies in Slavic Literature & Poetics) von Sara Dickinson von Rodopi ...
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"Statul Federativ Malorossia" - o nouă formațiune pe teritoriul ...
28 Ian 2014 ... Totodată 12 organizații obștești din Sevastopol au declarat despre posibilitatea de a crea statul federativ Malorossia și au pregătit deja o ...
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Erinnerungen an Malorossia | ZEIT ONLINE - Die Zeit
Erinnerungen an Malorossia. Einst wurde die Ukraine als kleines Russland bezeichnet. Heute herrscht dort ein Russenhass, der sich aus der Frustration über ...
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Eine Reise nach Europa. Die 'orangefarbene Revolution' in Kiew ...
Die Ukraine, in Moskau lange Zeit „Malorossija“, Kleinrußland, genannt, immerhin ein Land mit einem Drittel der Bevölkerungszahl seines Nachbarn, tritt aus ...
Vnutrennie kolonii - pestrye okrainy : Ukraina i Belarus' (Malorossija ...
Ruhr-Universität Bochum · Logo RUB. Weiter zur ... Ukraina i Belarus' (Malorossija i Belorossija) v proizvedenijach A. I. Kuprina. Autor: Lecke, Mirja; In: Etkind, ...
Nikolaj Martynovič Jakubovič
Bis 1838[→5], Studium an der Medizinischen Fakultät der Universität Char'kov ... zuletzt Assistent des Professors für Chirurgie und Ophthalmologie Tit Lavrent'evič Vancetti (1809-1888)[→6] an der Universität Char'kov ... 4, Nur Malorossija z.
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Arbeitstage als Präsident der Universität Göttingen stets zum Gespräch bereit. ...... sehen die Ukraine als ‚Malorossija' (Kleinrussland), welches als ein Teil der.
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Kreisstadt (1782) erhobene Ch. abwechselnd zu den Bezirken Kiew und Černihiv, ab 1795 zum Gouvernement Malorossija und seit 1795 zum Gouvernement ...
Die heutige deutsche Ukrainepolitik in ihrem zeithistorischen und ...
30 31 Persönliche Kommunikation mit Wilfried Jilge, Universität Leipzig, .... Terminus „Malorossija“, der sowohl zur Bezeichnung eines Teils der Ukraine, z.
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Breaking Ground: Travel and National Culture in Russia from ...
Breaking Ground: Travel and National Culture in Russia from ...
Sara Dickinson, 2006
40 Vasily Zhukovsky agreed that one need not visit Malorossia to experience the wonderful summer evenings that Shalikov describes: “such beautiful evenings!” he mocks, “[...] they are beautiful also here, in Moscow.”41 If Zhukovsky shared ...
Breaking Ground: Travel and National Culture in Russia from Peter I to the Era of Pushkin (Studies in Slavic Literature...
Breaking Ground: Travel and National Culture in Russia from Peter I to the Era of Pushkin (Studies in Slavic Literature...
Sara Dickinson von Rodopi, 2006
Breaking Ground examines travel writing's contribution to the development of a Russian national culture from roughly 1700 to 1850, as Russia struggled to define itself against Western Europe. Russian examples of literary travel writing began with imitative descriptions of grand tours abroad, but progressive familiarity with the West and with i...
Jews in Russia and Eastern Europe
Jews in Russia and Eastern Europe
2006
positive measure for the Malorossia region of moving them from the rural areas to the towns since, according to our second point, this would save from ruin more than two million rural residents who were enslaved to the Jews and whom the ...
What Is a Nation? : Europe 1789-1914: Europe 1789-1914
What Is a Nation? : Europe 1789-1914: Europe 1789-1914
Timothy Baycroft, Mark Hewitson, 2006
Thus, at the height ofAleksandr II's civic integration policies, the Polish uprising of 1 863—4 as well as the promotion of a separate Ukrainian identity by intellectuals from Malorossia triggered the beginning of a more consistent cultural  ...
Russian Church Singing: History from the origins to the ...
Russian Church Singing: History from the origins to the ...
Johann von Gardner, Vladimir Morosan, 1980
see Malorossia Liturgical drama, 324-328 Livanova, T., 277 Lives o/55. Boris and Gleb, 27, 28 Loggin. see Longin Korova Longin Korova, 265, 269, 270, 318, 341 Lord's Prayer, singing of, 259 Luka (demestvennik in Vladimir-on-the- Kliaz'ma) ...
Eighteenth-century Russian Music
Eighteenth-century Russian Music
Marina Ritzarev, 2006
On 18 November 1759, after Bortniansky had left home, the governor of Malorossia, hetman Razumovsky, decreed that 'the homes of underage court musicians in Kiev and Malorossia, where their fathers, mothers, brothers and sisters still ...
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