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Deluge (history) - Other Conflicts
... full operation Russia refused to recognize Hadiach, and maintained its claims to Ukraine ... gave Moscow control over the so-called Left-bank Ukraine (left of the river Dnieper), with the Commonwealth retaining Right-bank Ukraine (right of the Dnieper) ... initially the agreement stipulated that Russia would return Left-bank Ukraine to the Commonwealth in twenty years, the division became permanent with the ...
Cossack Hetmanate - History - The Ruin
... Under the conditions of the treaty, Ukraine would become a third and autonomous component of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, under the ultimate ... the Treaty of Andrusovo which split the Cossack Hetmanate along the Dnieper River into Left-bank Ukraine, enjoyed a degree of autonomy within the Tsardom of Russia, and Right-bank Ukraine remained part of the Polish ... time, Petro Doroshenko became the hetman of both banks ...
Mykhailo Khanenko
1620 – 1680) was a Ukrainian Cossack military leader, and nominal hetman of Right-bank Ukraine from 1669-74 in rivalry with Petro Doroshenko during The Ruin (Ukrainian history) ... In 1669, he was proclaimed Hetman of Right-bank Ukraine ... Doroshenko, and was forced to get the aid of Left-bank Ukraine hetman Ivan Samoylovych ...
List Of Ukrainian Rulers - Hetmans of Ukrainian Cossacks (1506–1775) - Hetmans During The Ruin - Hetmans of Left-bank Ukraine
... Yakym Somko, the Acting Hetman of the Left-bank Ukraine ?—28 September 1663 ... Ivan Briukhovetsky, was a pro-Russian hetman of Left-bank Ukraine ?- 1668 ... Petro ...

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