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Poles In Ukraine - History - History Since The 1930s
1926 there were 476.435 Poles, which was 1.6% of total population of Soviet Ukraine ... In current western Ukraine, which was then part of the Second Polish Republic, the population of Poles ranged from 17% in the Wołyń Voivodeship (1921–1939) to 58% in the Lwów ... population dramatically decreased in the late 1930s and 1940s after the Soviet occupation of eastern Poland (see Soviet invasion of Poland), as a result of Soviet mass deportation of Poles to Siberia and ...
Ukrainian Autocephalous Orthodox Church - History
... From that moment on, the Churches of Ukraine and Russia went their own separate ways ... Ukrainian National Republic in 1917 and survived in Soviet Ukraine until the early 1930s ... Sobor (Synod) was called in Kiev, the capital of the newly-independent Ukraine, and the Ukrainian Autocephalous Orthodox Church was declared independent from the Moscow Patriarchate (MP) ...
Sydir Kovpak - Biography - World War II
... At the time of the German invasion of Soviet Ukraine partisan units led by Sydir Kovpak waged guerrilla warfare against Axis forces originally in partisan strongholds in Sumy and ... raided enemy forces throughout western Ukraine and Belarus and even reached Romanian border regions during the Carpathian raid inflicting heavy casualties on ... tactics and was awarded Hero of the Soviet Union title twice ...
Khreschatyk - History - Soviet Ukraine
1986, a few days after the Chernobyl nuclear accident, Soviet authorities held a traditional May Day parade on Khreshchatyk, in order to "calm people" and "prevent ...
Serhiy Yefremov - Soviet Ukraine
... See also Union for the Freedom of Ukraine process With the installation of Soviet power in Ukraine was forced to go into the illegal situation and hiding ... the leaders of the supposed Union for the Liberation of Ukraine ...

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