พูดคุย:หม่อมคัทริน ณ พิศณุโลก

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She was not Russian, but ethnic Ukrainian (ประเทศยูเครน) from Lutsk. Here she is in Ukrainian national costume... --ความเห็นที่มิได้ลงชื่อโดย 133.41.191.33 (พูดคุย · ตรวจ) 15:52, 26 กันยายน 2552 (ICT)

True. However, the article doesn't say she is Russian? Also, at the time she was born, the is no country called Ukraine, but USSR? --taweethaも 15:57, 26 กันยายน 2552 (ICT)
At the time she was born and lived, there were people called Ukrainians, and there was a country called Ukraine. There was no state called "Ukraine". Ukrainians lived in Russian Empire, but it didnt make them Russians. --ความเห็นที่มิได้ลงชื่อโดย 133.41.191.165 (พูดคุย · ตรวจ) 16:13, 28 กันยายน 2552 (ICT)

Good afternoon. I'm from Ukraine. Surprised by that. that you made an ethnic Ukrainian woman into a Russian woman. Ukrainians are an old people. Under this name in Europe we became known thanks to https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guillaume_Le_Vasseur_de_Beauplan

. He published works in 1651. I understand that as a people we are unfamiliar to you. But this does not give grounds to call us by the name of another people. Ukraine as a country was not then. But the people were, he had his own language, and even his national clothes were radically different already from Russian national clothes. Write it down as a Ukrainian woman, a resident of the Russian Empire. Second: her heiress came to Ukraine. .   https://www.volynnews.com/news/all/onuka-pryntsesy-siamu-khoche-pryyikhaty-u-lutsk/   Google translate helps you read the article in Ukrainian

The city of Lutsk is a city of ethnic Ukrainians, even now. Do not call the Ukrainian people a Russian people. We are two different people. Add category please ukrainian woman--Bohdan Bondar (คุย) 17:50, 11 กรกฎาคม 2561 (ICT)

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