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|Other Titles:||From Autonomous To Dependence：Khmel’nytskyi and the Ukrainian Cossacks at the Turning Point|
Khmel’nytskyi;the Ukrainian Cossacks;Muscovy;Poland;the Treaty of Zobrov;the Treaty of Pereiaslav
|Issue Date:||2016-06-02 11:55:49 (UTC+8)|
‘The Ukrainian Cossacks’ took shape in the second half 15th , who lived in the lower Dnieper and were dominated by Poland. They resisted to be enslaved by serfdom, to join the Uniate Church and to reduce the number of the registered Cossacks by Poland. The Khmel’nytskyi Uprising was broken in 1648. It is different from the Cossacks to strive for privileges for themselves before. After the Treaty of Zborov in 1649, Khmel’nytskyi estalished the Cossack State. It possessed the privileges: to collect taxes; the Hetman to be chosen by Cossacks; to have own judicial court; to receive envoys freely. Ploand was still a strong power , the Cossack State must seek for foreign aid to preserve its autonomous. Khmel’nytskyi selected Muscovy, because they were the same nation, religion and language. They signed the Treaty of Pereiaslav in 1654. The Cossacks reserved to elect the Hetman by themselves; to have own judicial court; to freely receive envoys except for Poland and Turkey. Muscovy obtained to station troops on the Ukrainian’s frontiers and to collect taxes. The Ukrainian Cossacks was not an autonomy, it gradually depended on Muscovy.
|Relation:||政治大學歷史學報, 19, 407-428|
The Journal of History
|Appears in Collections:||[政治大學歷史學報 THCI Core ] 期刊論文|
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