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Election Ephemera Collections - 2010-2014 elections & events Ukraine, Russia, and Belarus. Includes a comprehensive collection of ephemera and primary source material from the Euromaidan protests.
Alexander Yakovlev Foundation
- Site Archived June 2018
Targeting History and Memory- The ICTY and the investigation, reconstruction and prosecution of crimes against cultural and religious heritage.
Ukrainian-Canadian Content: The University of Alberta Library have begun to add Ukrainian-Canadian content to the Internet Archive. Here is the list of sites that we are working on so far:
Ukraine Conflict 2014-2015: Internet Archive is working with library partners to preserve free online web content of the crisis
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The Columbia Literary History of Eastern Europe since 1945
PN 849 E9 S44 2008 - available in library
Cyrillic scripts are transliterated in the library's catalogue using the ALA-LC Romanization Tables.
This is a North American standard.
Many academic sources use the International Standard.
ISO Standards for Writing and Translation:
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Eesti Keele Instituut provides tables listing multiple transliteration systems
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Translit.net transliterates for you using the International system of transliteration
Transliterate.com transliterates for you. Offers 3 transliteration systems, including ALA-LC (select using drop-down menu)
Descriptions in OCLC WorldCat can be either ALA-LC or ISO, because WorldCat includes library catalogue records from all over the world.