Item 2008.024.c061-062 - Fedorowich, Rudolph

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Fedorowich, Rudolph

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CA BMUFA 0021-E-H-2008.024.c061-062

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  • 2 Oct. 1983 (Creation)

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Part 1: Was born in 1906, in Halychyna; his family was Greek-Catholic; WWI, his family was arrested and sent to Russia; went to school there; then went to Kruty, polkovnyk Honcharenko and Leshchenko (??), bii pid Krutamy (about 500 students); then he went to Kyiv (village Hnativka, polkovnyk Bolbochan organized a Druha Zaporiz’ka dyviziia) and the Crimea; het’man Skoropads’kyi; Konovalets’; Danylo Skoropads’kyi; Instytut Lypyns’koho; he had to run away from Bolsheviks to Canada in 1922; otaman Hruzylo; from Zdolbuniv he went to Poland; selo Utishkiv; through a son of the Lviv butcher he came to Regina in 1923; Prosvita in Regina; his father was very active there, teaching, helped to organized Catholic church (collected $5000), Sichovi stril’tsi; Communists; he switched to monarchism; he attended a technical school in Canada, changed many jobs; Petliura (delivering telegrams to him from Bolbochan); Bosyi (??) organized ‘Sich’; Bosyi had 3 airplanes in Chicago; Het’mans’ka orhanizatsia was founded in 1926, had about 30 members; Mykhailo Het’man (??) the editor.

Part 2: Het’man (??) the editor; Nazaruk (??) writing against UNO; ideolohiia Lypyns’koho (het’vamntsi); in 1939 went to the Canadian army (Sergeant); Panchuk; Dontsov; het’man Skoropadskyi; Danylo Skoropads’kyi and money for him; Panchuk; Ms. Kozyka (??); Ms. Mel’nyk; Prof. Sapiha (??) and his journal “Svit Ukrainy”; DPs and political camps ‘banderivtsi’ and ‘mel’nykivtsi’; Dr. Froliak (??); Fond dopomohy skytal’tsiam (in Winnipeg); Kokhan (??); Zahareichuk (??); CUC; Fedorowich was in the army till 1956; he visited Korea; samostiinyky vs het’mantsi; Tsentral’na Rada killing Bolbochan; Fedorovych (??); Korostovets (???) and a journal he published; Lazarovych (??); Fedorowich published articles in Kanadiiskyi Farmer.

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