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  3. Huliaipole - Wikipedia

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    Huliaipole (Ukrainian: Гуляйполе [ɦʊlʲɐjˈpɔle]; lit. 'walk-about field') is a city in Polohy Raion , Zaporizhzhia Oblast , Ukraine . It is known as the birthplace of Ukrainian anarchist revolutionary Nestor Makhno .

  4. Anarchism in Ukraine - Wikipedia

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    Anarchism in Ukraine has its roots in the democratic and egalitarian organization of the Zaporozhian Cossacks, who inhabited the region up until the 18th century. Philosophical anarchism first emerged from the radical movement during the Ukrainian national revival , finding a literary expression in the works of Mykhailo Drahomanov , who was ...

  5. Russian occupation of Zaporizhzhia Oblast - Wikipedia

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    On 8 September, it was announced that referendums would be held in all the occupied territories of Ukraine from 23 to 27 September, the purpose of which is the annexation of these territories. [60] According to the results of the referendum, according to the MCA, 93.11% of voters voted for the region to become part of Russia. [61]

  6. Economic impact of the 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine

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    Ukraine accounted for 10% of global wheat exports. At the time of the invasion, Ukraine was the fourth-largest exporter of corn and wheat, and the world's largest exporter of sunflower oil, with Russia and Ukraine together responsible for 27% of the world's wheat exports and 53% of the world's sunflowers and seeds.

  7. International Legion of Territorial Defence of Ukraine ...

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    The International Legion of Territorial Defence of Ukraine, or the Ukrainian Foreign Legion, is a foreign military unit of the Territorial Defense Forces of Ukraine.It was created on 27 February 2022 by the Ukrainian government at the request of President Volodymyr Zelenskyy to fight against the Russian invasion of the country.

  8. Russia's minions ''evacuate'' en masse as Ukraine's Armed ...

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    Over the past day, the Ukrainian defence forces have successfully repelled Russian attacks near Vyimka, Soledar, Odradivka, Bakhmutske, Bakhmut, Krasnohorivka, Mayorsk, and Novomykhailivka. Ukraine’s Air Force carried out more than 15 strikes. 12 clusters of Russian weaponry and equipment, and 4 missile systems are confirmed to have been hit.

  9. September 25, 2022 Russia-Ukraine News - cnn.com

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    Facing protests at home and diminished forces in Ukraine, Russian President Vladimir Putin moved to bolster his military and crack down on dissent. ... about 10 units of enemy weapons and military ...

  10. Revolutionary Insurgent Army of Ukraine - Wikipedia

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    The insurgents set out from Huliaipole on a series of raids against the Red Army positions in northern Ukraine, taking 13,400 soldiers as prisoners of war, rendering a further 30,000 hors de combat and executing 2,000 political commissars and commanding officers. The insurgents also captured a substantial amount of equipment from the Red Army ...

  11. Women in the 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine - Wikipedia

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    Women are active in a variety of roles in the 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine that began on 24 February 2022 and have been affected in a number of ways.. First Lady of Ukraine Olena Zelenska has stated that "Our resistance, as our future victory, has taken on a particularly feminine face," and has praised Ukraine's women for serving in the military, raising their children in wartime, and ...

  12. Maria Nikiforova - Wikipedia

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    Maria Grigor'evna Nikiforova (Ukrainian: Марія Григорівна Нікіфорова; 1885–1919) was a Ukrainian anarchist partisan leader that led the Black Guards during the Ukrainian War of Independence, becoming widely renowned as an atamansha.