Item 2008.024.c004 - Andrews, Orest William

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Andrews, Orest William

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CA BMUFA 0021-A-B-2008.024.c004

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  • 18 Nov. 1982 (Creation)

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1 audio cassette (=2 audio files)

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Part 1: Born in 1922, in Halychyna; emigrated from Ukraine to Canada in 1930, to Sudbury, ON; discrimination against ethnic minorities in Canada; ethnic gangs; Ukrainian National Federation (UNF) in Ontario; Molodi Ukrains’ki Natsionalisty (MUN) in Sudbury and Toronto; Ukrainian cultural participation in Canada; WWII; Ukrainian communist groups in Sudbury and Toronto; Canadian political parties in the 1930s; Pidzamecky; Stas; Shaneks; Philipchuk; Paul Yuzyk; Pawliuk; Kosar; language use: English and Ukrainian; Konovalets’ assassination in 1938 (Ukrainian movement leader in Ukraine); flying school and parachute jumping courses through MUN; Svarich; attended OCAD; convention at Massey Hall, late 1930s; WWII army service overseas (England, France, Philippines, North Africa); displaced persons in Germany; Amelia Richards (wife); Ukrainian Servicemen’s club in England; Ukrainian guerrilla army; Bandera/Ukrainian nationalists’ split post-WWII; St. Mary’s Ukrainian Catholic Church (Sudbury); Ukrainian Christmas (late 1930s); Greek/Roman Catholicism; Lively, ON; Crayton, ON.

Part 2: Orthodox/Catholic denominations; Banderivtsi; Canadian vs. Ukrainian identity; talks about his children and grandchildren; communists in Crayton, ON; Hetmantsi (Ukrainian) Monarchists in Sudbury; Ukrainian Canadian Veterans Society/Legion in Ontario; soldiers from Sudbury killed in WWII; Eastern vs. Western Ukrainian Canadians; Ukrainians in Sudbury; Connorson; Ukrainian participation in Canadian political parties; Zaiets’ (alderman); Mike Salski (?); UNF; Novyi Shliakh newspaper; Cobalt, ON; Kirken Lake (?); North Bay.

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