Ukraine's uprising, which is popularly known as EuroMaidan, began when the man occupying the seat of president, Yanukovych, refused to sign the Association Agreement with the European Union. But the brutal beatings by a special riot police force, the Berkut, against peaceful protesters pushed it to become much more than this. It became a struggle for democracy and freedom. This book gives you a photo centric view point on this popular uprising against an oppressive regime. The first of its kind on the market it beholds over 200 photographs of numerous photo journalists from Ukraine capturing the events from the very beginning to the uprisings in late January. These photographs capture the beauty of this important event, along with the humorous and creative nature of these people; most importantly, it reveals the terrifying and sad events that prompted them to push even harder.It became a struggle for democracy and freedom. This book gives you a photo centric view point on this popular uprising against an oppressive regime.
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