Video — 1 streaming video file (27 min.) : digital, sound, color.
Marina is a young journalist based in Kiev, in the Ukraine. Ten years ago, she won a scholarship to study journalism in the US -- the first of her family ever to travel outside the borders of the former Soviet Union. When she returned to the Ukraine, she found the normal family relationships overturned when her mother implored her to rescue her father from loan sharks threatening to burn down his business and their home. But Marina's story is only too common in other countries throughout the region. The fall of the Berlin Wall and the move from centralized, authoritarian control to market economics and democracy shook the region to the core, destroying the stable and closed world of communism that previously presented young people with a secure, well-trodden path to adulthood.
Video — 1 online resource (94 minutes) Digital: video file.
Ukraine's 2014 Maidan Massacre helped oust President Yanukovych with Russia painted as the perpetrator. Oliver Stone interviews Russian President Vladimir Putin, Yanukovych, and others exposing the role the U.S. played in destabilizing the region.
Video — 1 streaming video file (92 min.) : digital, sound, color with black and white sequences
Explores the relationship between two men, Niklas Frank, and Horst von Wachter, each of whom are the children of high-ranking Nazi officials and possess starkly contrasting attitudes toward their fathers. Philippe Sands investigates the complicated connection between the two, and even delves into the story of his own grandfather who escaped the same area where their fathers carried out mass killings. Features never before seen home movie and archive footage from the heart of the Nazi regime.
[Minneapolis?] : East View Information Services, -
Journal/Periodical — 1 online resource : color illustrations
"The present database represents the most comprehensive collection of ephemera and primary source material from the Euromaidan protests that rocked Kiev beginning on November 21, 2013. The collection contains over 500 pages of unique print materials collected by East View researchers at Kiev's Maidan Nezalezhnosti, the epicenter of the protests. East View's one of a kind collection provides researchers and analysts with easy, time- and cost-saving access to important documents, on-the-scene photographs, and various other print materials, which in turn would allow these researchers to reconstruct the complex social and political dynamics at play during the protests with better precision."--Provided by publisher.