East View Research Collections

Ukrainian Studies

East View produces a variety of valuable collections for researchers and graduate-level students in Ukrainian studies. Covering the period from 1830 to 1945, the collections include primary source documents on uprisings against the Russian Empire; the Prosvita Society (a pro-Ukrainian cultural organization); the Stolypin assassination; the short-lived government and secret police of Hetman Skoropadsky; Ukraine under Nazi occupation; and more. All collections are available online, in full-image, text-searchable files, providing researchers with convenient access to rare, primary source materials. See below for detailed collection descriptions; please inquire for pricing and availability.

Collection Spotlight: The Chernobyl Files

Declassified Documents of the Ukrainian KGB

The Chernobyl Files collection contains reports prepared for and by a variety of Russian and Ukrainian government agencies, including the KGB, that document and detail the most important developments in the wake of the disaster, as well as internal reports and investigations on its various causes.

Featured Collections

Also Available:

  • Coalition Council of Kyiv Students
  • Collection of Documents of German Occupation Period
  • German Occupation of Ukraine: Documents of the Town of Belaia Tserkov
  • Guides to the State and Oblast level archives of Ukraine
  • Kyiv District Military Commander
  • Office of the Commissioner of the Kyiv Provisional Government
  • Rayon Administrations of the City of Kyiv during the German Occupation, 1941-1943
  • Rayon Administration of the City of Kyiv during the German Occupation, 1941-1943. Part II. Podolsk Rayon

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