1918

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August 13, 2022

Events

January

January — First Ukrainian-Soviet War: the beginning of the Bolshevik offensive on Kyiv. January 8 — First Ukrainian-Soviet War: Bolshevik troops captured Katerynoslav. January 14 — The Gregorian calendar (new style) was introduced in Finland and Russia. January 22 — the Central Rada in the Fourth Universal proclaimed the independence of the Ukrainian People's Republic. January 25 — The first Ukrainian-Soviet war: the Bolshevik uprising of workers at the Arsenal and Shulyavka factories began in Kyiv. January 26 — First Ukrainian-Soviet War: Bolshevik troops captured Krolevets. January 27 — First Ukrainian-Soviet War: Bolshevik troops captured Bakhmach and Konotop. January 29 — The first Ukrainian-Soviet war: the battle near Kruty took place. January 30 — the government of Volodymyr Vinnichenko resigned. January 30 — Vsevolod Golubovych became the new head of the government of the Ukrainian People's Republic.

February

February 4 — The first phase of the Ukrainian-Soviet war: the troops of the Ukrainian People's Republic suppressed the Bolshevik uprising in Kyiv. February 9 — The first phase of the Ukrainian-Soviet war: Muravyov's troops captured Kyiv. Mass pogroms and shootings began in the city. The Central Council will move to Zhytomyr. February 9 — the Peace of Brest was concluded between the Ukrainian People's Republic and the German Empire, the Austro-Hungarian Empire, the Ottoman Empire, and the Kingdom of Bulgaria. February 12 — First Ukrainian-Soviet War: the government of the Ukrainian People's Republic appealed to the German Empire and the Austro-Hungarian Empire for military assistance in the fight against the Bolshevik interventionists. Also, on this day, the Central Rada and the government of the Ukrainian People's Republic adopted a law on the introduction of a new style: after February 15, March 1 immediately came. At the same time, the transition of Ukrainian lands to Central European Time was introduced. February 16 — the independence of the Republic of Lithuania was declared

March

March 1 — the Central Rada adopted the law "On the monetary unit of the Ukrainian People's Republic", according to which the hryvnia became the national monetary unit. March 2 — First Ukrainian-Soviet War: Ukrainian and German troops liberated Kyiv from the Bolsheviks. March 2 — The Ukrainian Central Rada returned to Kyiv. March 12 — The capital of Russia was moved from Petrograd to Moscow On March 25, it was declared unreserved