History of Odessa


The following is a timeline of the history of the city of Odessa, Ukraine.

13th to 17th century


18th century


19th century


20th century


21st century


See also


References


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Bibliography


Published before 1950
Published since 1950
  • Dzhumyga, Ievgen.Dzhumyga, Ievgen. "The Home Front In Odessa During The Great War (July 1914–February 1917): The Gender Aspect Of The Problem." Danubius 31 (2013):pp 223+ online
  • Patricia Herlihy (1973). "Odessa: Staple Trade and Urbanization in New Russia". Jahrbücher für Geschichte Osteuropas. Neue Folge, Bd. 21.
  • Steve J. Zipperstein (1982). "Jewish Enlightenment in Odessa: Cultural Characteristics, 1794-1871". Jewish Social Studies. 44 (1): 19–36. JSTOR 4467153.
  • Herlihy, Patricia. "The ethnic composition of the city of Odessa in the nineteenth century." Harvard Ukrainian Studies 1.1 (1977): 53–78.

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