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Taras BulbaBorovets founder of the first Ukrainian Insurgent Army

Taras BulbaBorovets founder of the first Ukrainian Insurgent Army

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Taras Bulba-Borovets, founder of the first Ukrainian Insurgent Army (also known as the “Polissian Sich”), 1942.

The 75th anniversary of the Ukrainian insurgent army “woodland Sich”. The head of the government of the Republic of Olevskaya”

The chief of militia of district Sarny and the leader of Polisian Sich Taras Borovets with his staff. In the center is a trident with a swastika.

Taras Bulba-Borovets

Deployment of the resistance movement in Ukraine | History of Ukraine (1939 - 2005 years), Grade 11

OUN-UPA. Facts and Legends. Investigation

Taras Bulba-Borovets, the founder of the Ukrainian People's Revolutionary Army ...

Over time, this guerrilla army secret order of joining armed groups Borovets and OUN (M).

Dmytro Hrytsai

Olha Hasyn - Olha Pelenychka-Hasyn with another members of Ukrainian Women's Union

Evhen Konovalets

Nikolai Vatutin

К 75-летию образования УПА "Полесская Сечь". Глава правительства "Олевской республики

... have been one of the Ukrainian nationalists that were against the idea of such a massacre, now most prominently attributed to Taras Bulba-Borovets [2].

Bookcover of Ukrainian People's Revolutionary Army

Olha Hasyn - Image: Hasyn Olha

Kolesnichenko proposes criminalizing OUN-UPA glorification

UPA propaganda poster.

Ukrainian policemen from various units

Bookcover of Ukrainian Insurgent Army

The killings were directly linked with the policies of the Bandera faction of the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists and its military arm, the Ukrainian ...

Stepan Bandera

Archived from the original on 2010-04-30. Retrieved 23 August 2009.

Bookcover of 13th Army (Soviet Union)

Honest History: Volyn Tragedy — Polish, Ukrainian ethnic cleansing still used as political tool

ARSEN RICHYNSKY / Photo from the website wikipedia.org

Roman Shukhevych - Shukhevych, October 1943

Zionists and Israeli politicians[edit]

... for most of the time they attempted to not get directly involved. However, there are reports of Germans supplying weapons to both Ukrainians and Poles.

Kovpakivtsi on the move. Carpathians.

A story about Stepan Tymkiv, a member of the OUN, 1940-s

The publication reports that Steklyar is trying to ban Ukrainian Banderists to get their private affairs from the archives of the Security Service.

Literary arts[edit]

Dmytro Klyachkivsky - Dmytro Klyachkivsky

Local people helping Ukrainian insurgents, 1943–1944

A provocateur in the OUN's stanytsia, 1945

Soviet partisans including commander Sydir Kovpak.

The fate of her fiancé from the UPA, the late 1940s · - Local people helping Ukrainian insurgents ...

Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists Resource | Learn About, Share and Discuss Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists At Popflock.com

Samoylov as a soldier in the Red Army in the 1940s

Local people helping the UPA in Shumsk region, 1943–1944

Hayyim Nahman Bialik

Ukrainian students and activists address the Polish people

Trying to escape to the West because of the Soviet offensive, 1944

Simon Wiesenthal

The Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists and the Ukrainian Insurgent Army: Unwelcome Elements of an Identity Project | John-Paul Himka - Academia.edu

Roman Shukhevych

Timothy Strokach

Andriy Melnyk

Andrew Miller

Groysman: Ukraine's government continues forging compromise with IMF

Pavlo Shandruk - Pavlo Shandruk 1920

Bookcover of Ukrainian Galician Army

Avigdor Eskin

Euromaidan in Kiev, December 2013. Protesters with OUN-B flag.

This site is on the Ukrainian formations in German and Axis armies. 14th SS Galicia Division is in bold, this link leads to a whole site, as this formation ...

... and their implementation were primarily attributable to the extremist Bandera faction of the OUN (OUN-B) and not other Ukrainian political or military ...

The group of Ukrainian musicians.

Bookcover of Free University of Brussels

Poland and Ukraine – Two voices

Eastern Galicia[edit]

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Massacres of Poles in Volhynia Resource | Learn About, Share and Discuss Massacres of Poles in Volhynia At Popflock.com

Stepan Shukhevych

Kisielin massacre was a slaughter of Polish worshippers on Sunday 11 July, 1943 when units of UPA supported by local Ukrainian peasants surrounded the ...

Although Ukrainians have always been the largest ethnic group in Ukraine, ethnic Ruthenians were mostly a rural people and often became the minority in the ...

Alexander Khodakovsky

Ivan Lytvynenko. Photo of the 1920s

A military journal of the Ukrainian 14th SS Division condemned the killing of Poles. In a March 2, 1944 article directed to the Ukrainian youth, ...

Pavlo Shandruk

Bookcover of Ukrainian National Army

Bookcover of University of Kiev Faculty of Radiophysics

Bookcover of Slovak Insurgent Air Force

Sergey Viktorovich ...

English Civil War

Armies of Ukraine

Joseph Oleskiw - Joseph Oleskiw (1860–1903)

This text is a part of a two-voice series: “Poland and Ukraine – Two voices”. Read the other voice here.

The deputies insist on introduction of the comprehensive ban on any symbols relating UPA, and on introducing criminal responsibility for rehabilitation, ...

Although Ukrainians have always been the largest ethnic group in Ukraine, ethnic Ruthenians were mostly a rural people and often became the minority in the ...

List of Ukrainians of Russian Ethnicity At Popflock.com | View List of Ukrainians of Russian Ethnicity

Marianna ...

Roman Shukhevych - Shukhevych, 1930

Inspirator ludobójstwa na Wołyniu to bohater Ukrainy. '

2016/06/22 - 14:58 • Analysis & Opinion, History, Ukraine

Although Ukrainians have always been the largest ethnic group in Ukraine, ethnic Ruthenians were mostly a rural people and often became the minority in the ...

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History[edit]

Rejaul Karim Laskar

К 75-летию образования УПА "Полесская Сечь". Глава правительства "Олевской республики

Byaroza - Kadia Molodowsky, Jewish poet and writer born in Byaroza

... homicide in the name of UPA', Ukrainian vice-prime minister on European integration Ivanna Klympush-Tsintsadze said in an interview to Rzeczpospolita.

Bookcover of 2010–11 Ukrainian Premier League

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