Kyiv Post presents its first digital book:
How Kyiv Post journalists saw the EuroMaidan Revolution
About the book
Remembering the Revolution
Two years after the EuroMaidan Revolution protests, the Kyiv Post looks back on the dramatic events of the winter of 2013-2014, when a nation rose up and drove President Viktor Yanukovych from power.
This e-book gives a summary of the main events of the revolution, interspersed with the reflections of those who witnessed these historic events for themselves, and is illustrated with images from the Kyiv Post’s award-winning photographers.
The book is available on Amazon in an electronic format.
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Who were the heroes of the EuroMaidan? Where are they now?
The birth of a nation
What helped people get mobilized, with dignity and pride?
What’s next for Ukraine
What challenges remain after two years? How to tackle them?
Lesson of dignity
What Ukraine can teach Russia and the rest of the world?
How do journalists see the protests after two years?
The propaganda war
How was EuroMaidan seen from Moscow?
about the book and the Kyiv Post
This unique book was written by a dozen journalists associated with the Kyiv Post, Ukraine’s English-language newspaper, now in its 21st year.
The book contains more than 50 photos, carefully selected from several thousand images from the Kyiv Post EuroMaidan archive, as well as 13 essays from Kyiv Post journalists, editors and contributors.
Close to centerpoint
The Kyiv Post covered the 93-day revolution from its unique vantage point only a few blocks form Maidan Nezalezhnosti, Kyiv’s central square and the epicenter of protests. Our staff writers and photographers maintained a near-constant presence there during the winter of 2014.
Missouri Honor Medal
The Kyiv Post’s EuroMaidan and war coverage won us the prestigious 2014 Missouri Honor Medal for Distinguished Service in Journalism, awarded by the Missouri School of Journalism, the world’s oldest journalism school, established in 1908.
Some of the Kyiv Post journalists who contributed to Witness to Revolution were a part of the Yanukovychleaks project. On Feb. 22, 2014, volunteer divers found nearly 200 folders of documents in a lake at the Mezhyhyria residence of the former president, part of an effort by Yanukovych and his entourage to cover up their crimes before escaping the compound and Ukraine. Kyiv Post journalists helped investigators study these documents and make them available to the public.
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The book walks the reader through first-hand accounts of the events of the EuroMaidan protests, starting from Nov. 21, 2013, when the first 1,000-strong rally gathered on Maidan Nezalezhnosti in central Kyiv, and through the end of February, 2014, when Yanukovych fled Ukraine for Russia and the Kremlin invaded the Crimean peninsula.
About the Kyiv Post
The Kyiv Post is Ukraine's English-language newspaper and proud winner of the 2014 Missouri Honor Medal for Distinguished Service in Journalism. The newspaper's first print edition came out on Oct. 18, 1995, and the newspaper went online in 2002. Its global audience has been growing steadily since then, with more than 65 million pageviews in 2014. The newspaper's motto is "Independence. Community. Trust," to reflect its commitment to the highest journalistic and ethical standards. The newspaper is also known as "Ukraine's Global Voice."
The team consists of a multilingual mix of Ukrainian and foreign journalists who have covered two revolutions, one war and investigated countless cases of corruption. The newspaper’s editorial policy is to support Ukrainian statehood, democracy and a competitive market economy. The news pages offer a general interest mix of political, economic and entertainment news. The Kyiv Post has been owned and published by Mohammad Zahoor, a Kyiv-based businessman, since 2009.