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  1. Koliivshchyna rebellion. Part of Bar Confederation and Haidamaky. Camp of Haidamakas by Juliusz Kossak. Date. 6 June [ O.S. 26 May] 1768 [1] — June 1769. Location. Right-bank Ukraine, ( Kyiv and Braclaw voivodeships) Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth. Result. Russian-Polish victory.

  2. Koliyivshchyna: Directed by Ivan Kavaleridze. With Aleksandr Serdyuk, Daniil Antonovich, Ivan Maryanenko, S. Shklyarskiy. About the struggle of the Ukrainian poor against the Polish gentry and local feudal lords in the XVIII century.

    • (33)
    • 1934-09-16
    • Ivan Kavaleridze
    • 80
  3. 1 de nov. de 2017 · The common Polish-Ukrainian research program on the haidamaks and Koliyivshchyna, thanks to which at least necessary queries and a discrepancy report will be developed, remains a main postulate.

  4. Koliyivshchyna was the work of a barbarianhordedevoid of state-citizen and economic-le-gal flair, without any sense of management, love of land and agriculture, loving the “steppe“ and the “horse“ instead, together with freedom and armed robbery comprehended in an archaic way.

  5. Koliivshchyna rebellion. A major haidamaka rebellion (see Haidamaka uprisings) that broke out in Right-Bank Ukraine in May 1768 against social and national-religious oppression by the Polish administration and nobility.

  6. The film tells of the events of 1768 when a popular uprising against Polish oppression erupted on Right-Bank Ukraine. It attempts to portray one of the pages of the liberation movement in Ukraine - the uprising of the Koliiv (serfs, craftsmen and fishermen) against the arbitrariness of the feudal lords and the Polish nobility, which ended in a brutal massacre by the royal punitive expeditions ...

  7. Koliyivshchyna (1933) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more.