A Short History of Carpatho-Russia

In this short book, Simeon Pyzh, a scholar of Carpathian Rus’, forthrightly presents his views that: The Slavic population of Carpathian Rus’ is autochthonous to their region— it is their original homeland! The appropriate language for Carpathian Rus’ is neither literary Russian, nor literary Ukrainian, but the people’s own language! The conflict between Russophiles and…

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In this short book, Simeon Pyzh, a scholar of Carpathian Rus’, forthrightly presents his views that:
The Slavic population of Carpathian Rus’ is autochthonous to their region— it is their original homeland!
The appropriate language for Carpathian Rus’ is neither literary Russian, nor literary Ukrainian, but the people’s own language!
The conflict between Russophiles and Ukrainophiles in Carpathian Rus’ was regrettable; they had been played off against each other as part of a ‘divide and rule’ strategy.
His insights remain valuable today, over seventy-five years after they were first published, and this new translation makes them more accessible than ever to the English-language reader.

Also included are a new biography of the author and the entire original 1938 text.

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Author

Pysh, Simeon

Genre

Russian History

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