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Ukrainian army in 24 posters

Author : Ukrainian Institute of National Remembrance

15:49, 30 January 2016
Ukrainian army in 24 posters

Author : Ukrainian Institute of National Remembrance

The scientists have presented photo project on the history of the Ukraine's Army

15:49, 30 January 2016

Read the original version on Novoye Vremya.

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Ukrainian Institute of National Remembrance presented the project "The Warrior. The history of the Ukrainian army", which consists of 24 posters about the history of the Ukrainian army from Kievan Rus to the present times.

Pictures taken by photographer Anna Senyk, represented the Ukrainian military in the form of different times and with the corresponding weapons. The A1 format photographs are accompanied by information about the military units of the time - the type of military organization, the number of troops and weapons, martial arts techniques and outstanding battle, sayd the press service of the Institute.

The posters depicted an army of Kievan Rus, the Ukrainians in the army of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, the Cossacks, Ukrainian Sich Riflemen, Ukrainian statehood era army, Carpathian Sich, and the Ukrainian Insurgent Army.

“This is extremely important for those who now protect the Ukrainian land, they must understand that they are the successors of those who defended our country during the previous centuries. These historical materials and visualization needed to advance among the soldiers of the Ukrainian military tradition, in order to turn our army into a truly Ukrainian," said the head of the Ukrainian Institute of National Remembrance, Volodymyr Vyatrovich.

He also stressed that the history of the Ukrainian army is extremely valuable, its practical experience can be used today.

"The Russian, Soviet and once again Russian propaganda again tries to convince Ukrainians that they are lazy, peaceful peasans. It is not true. Ukrainians are real people-army. The "Warrior. History of Ukrainian troops "set the objective to introduce the Ukrainian military traditions," said the historian Serhiy Hromenko.

Combatant of a prince, Kievan Rus, XI c

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Combatant of a prince, Kievan Rus, XIII c

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Combatants of a prince, Kievan Rus, XIII c

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Heavily armed warrior of Kingdom of Galicia–Volhynia, XIV c

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Heavily armed warrior, Podilia, Grand Duchy of Lithuania, XIV c

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Panoply infantry, Grand Duchy of Lithuania, XIV c

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Colonel and registered cossack, XVII c

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Registered cossack, XVII c

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Registered cossacks, Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, XVII c

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Registered cossack, Cossack Hetmanate under rule of Bohdan Khmelnytsky, late XVII c

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Registered cossack, Cossack Hetmanate under rule of Bohdan Khmelnytsky, late XVII c

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Registered cossack, Cossack Hetmanate under rule of Bohdan Khmelnytsky, late XVII c

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Musketeer, Cossack Hetmanate under rule of Ivan Vyhovskyi, late XVII c

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Warrior of the Legion of Ukrainian Sich Riflemen, Austro-Hungary, 1915

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Sich Rifleman, a military unit of the Ukrainian People's Republic, 1919

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Rifleman of Ukrainian Galician Army, 1918

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Cossack of Ukrainian People's Republic's Army, 1919

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Cossack of Ukrainian People's Republic's Army, 1919

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Carpathian Sich Warrior, 1939

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Soldier of Ukrainian Insurgent Army, 1940-1950 years

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Soldier of Ukrainian Insurgent Army, 1940-1950 years

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Female soldier of Ukrainian Insurgent Army, 1940-1950 years

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Soldier of Ukrainian Armed Forces, 169th Training Centre, 2015

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