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Bilecki, Anthony

Part 1: WWII, Poland, USSR, Hitler; Fascism vs Communism; arrest and internment of Bilecki in July 1940; life in the internment camp; some inmates were transferred to Frederickton, some - to Petawawa (??). AUC. WBA. SS Halychyna combatants. League...

Billings, Gregory

Born on January 20, 1933 in Sudbury. His wife Stella (nee Pankiv) was born in Saskatchewan. His father was born in Canada in 1909, mother in 1914. Was a member of the Ukrainian Farmer Labor Temple Association. Ukrainian school - teacher Tymoshevsk...

Boychuk, Alexander

Born on March 22, 1903 in a Ukrainian village of Horodenka. Came to Canada in 1920, to Montreal. Then went back and again came back in 1922, to Montreal again. Worked in a mine in Timmins. In 1930 changed a job (club store???). Communists. Tkatchu...

Boyko, Nick

Part 1: Born in October 1887 (???). Came to Canada in 1910. Local Ukrainian Hall named “Zoria”. Financing Pidkarpats’ka Ukraina. Local Catholic priests. Shuns’kyi (???). Ukrainians-Communists. Local churches. Catholics vs Orthodox. Three separate ...

Boykowich, Michael

Part 1: Born in Saskatoon in 1908; Mohyla Institute; Catholics vs Orthodox; Convention of 1926; Samostiinyky; UNO.Part 2: UNO; Strilets’ka Hromada; Sheptyts’kyi; Orthodox Church movement.

Bozek, Anna

Nee Kachuriak was born on May 10, 1909. Had 6 siblings. Father was sent to the Siberia for 4,5 years. Her husband went to Canada in 1926 and she joined him in 1932 (travelled from Rotterdam to Halifax). Her husband organized building a Ukrainian c...

Bratko, Dan

Part 1: Born on June 22, 1925. His parents came to Canada in 1910. Mother’s maiden name is Lakusta. They were first in the area of Vegreville and Two Hills and father worked in a mine; then they moved to the “East End of Vancouver”. Ukrainian Far...

Bukowsky, Nikander

Part 1: Born in 1905. Came to Canada from Volyn’ in 1929; he is Orthodox; came together with his cousin. His father returned from WWI in 1920. Interviewee was making boots for living.Part 2: Was conscripted in the Polish army; was forced to attend...

Burinyk, Wasyl

Part 1: Born on June 29, 1895 in a village of Iamnytsi near Stanislaviv; Greek-Catholic faith; came to Canada in 1912; Kin’ (???Keen???) the politician; Samostiinyky and Ukrainian Orthodox church, ideology of SUS; UNO; Mr. Kosar as ‘Ukrainian Napo...

CIUS Oral History Project

  • CA BMUFA 0021
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  • 1982-1984

Oral History Project was implemented by the Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies in 1982-1984. During that period of time two researchers -- Lubomyr Luciuk and Zenon Zwarycz -- interviewed more than 135 members of the Ukrainian community all ov...

Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies

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