Item 2008.024.c173-174 - Smith, Ann (Crapleve)

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Smith, Ann (Crapleve)

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CA BMUFA 0021-S-2008.024.c173-174

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  • 29 Nov. 1982 (Creation)

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2 audio cassettes (=3 audio files)

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Part 1: Nee - Khraplyva; born on December 24, 1912 in Ladywood (Manitoba); her parents came to Canada in 1898, stayed for 2 years, and then returned to Halychyna because her father’s mother had died; they the whole family came back to Canada in 1901; family was Orthodox in the old country but she was baptized in Ukrainian Catholic church in Canada; during WWII went overseas (November 1943), Ukrainian Canadian Services Association, Panchuk; she became the first Treasurer; the building was rented (it was an Anglican Church); living in barracks; Helen Kozicky; she came to Canada in March 1946, stationed in Ottawa and came to Winnipeg to be discharged in September 1946, and then went back overseas with a group in October 1946; Ukrainian Canadian Relief Mission = Ukrainian Canadian Mission for Ukrainian Victims of War; Froliak; Urbanovych (??); Captain Davydovych (??); UCSA closed in December 31, 1945 and CURB (??) started on January 1, 1946; Gordon (??); Korostovych (??); Skoropadskyi; CUC; Horoshko; Mrs. Mandryka; Froliak playing politics (Banderivtsi); George Kliuchevskyi (??); Mrs. Kowalsky (??); being in British zone of occupation.

Part 2: Being in American zone of occupation; Kushnir; Panchuk left in December 1947; DPs, DP representative, Relief Fund; coming back to Canada in 1947, giving lectures with Panchuk; League of Nations; Gordon; DPs; German transit camp; SUP (??)

Part 3: Panchuk and Yeremovych (??); Liquidation Commission; Korostovych (??); the Vasylyshyns; Andriyevskyi (??); secret instruction from Canada regarding Ukrainians; Gordon; SUP annual meeting; CPUE; Smith was a Director of the Canadian Ukrainian relief fund, Vasylyshyn succeeded her; Dorothy Yanda (??); she came back in 1952 and Relief Fund was finished; her husband was George Colder (??); became a Supervisor of Canadian pensions.

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