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May the Light of Science Never Die

Editors: 
V. Shenderovsky
Year: 
2016
Pages: 
388
ISBN: 
978-966-360-313-1
Publication Language: 
English
Publisher: 
PH "Akademperiodyka"
Place Published: 
Kyiv
This book contains 50 essays about Ukrainian scientists who have made a significant contribution to the world treasury of science and culture. The author narrates about prominent personalities whose names were silenced in the Soviet times, it was forbidden to write about them, and many of them were expunged from the scientific and cultural heritage of Ukraine. It is essential to publish biographies of famous Ukrainians because the history of world culture will not be complete without their accomplishments. Since only memory has a future, only a people knowing its history will never become a nation of the blind.
This publication is aimed at pleasing a wide range of readers.
References: 

1. M.I. Yavorsky, Narys istoriyi ukrayiny, Adelaide, South Australia, 1986, I. p. 190; 1987, II, p. 249.

2. S. Pidhayny, Ukrayinska intelihentsiya na Solovkakh, 1997, p. 57-60.

3. Materialy Vseukrayinskoyi konferentsiyi sumnoyi pamyati velykoho teroru 1937 poku “Zlochyn bez kary,” November 3-4, 1997, eds. A. Kondratsky, M. Rozhenko, Kyiv, Stylos, 1998.

4. V. Lupeyko, “Shlyakhy do istyny. Rozpovid pro zabutoho akademika,” Ukrayinskyi vchenyi, Dec. 1997.