Item 2008.024.c010 - Bayrak, Mykhailo

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Bayrak, Mykhailo

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CA BMUFA 0021-A-B-2008.024.c010

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  • 10 Nov. 1982 (Creation)

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1 audio cassette (=2 audio files)

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Part 1: Born on May 23, 1900 in a village of Hadynki (???) Buchatyn povit (??)
In 1918 was conscripted to an Austrian army. His father was interned by the Poles. Came to Canada in 1926 (his cousin sent him an affidavit from Canada), to Saskatchewan where his cousin was working on a railway. In 1928 he came to Edmonton. In Patfiner (??) was a Narodnyi Dim. In Edmonton, there was Narodnyi Dim and Instytut Hrushevs’koho. Ukrains’ka Strilets’ka Hromada appeared in 1928. Communitsts vs. Sichovi stril’tsi. Bohdan Zelenyi (??) as the first head of Strilets’ka Hromada. UNO was organized in 1932. Colonel Konovalets’ from OUN came to Edmonton in 1928 asking for support. Also, Mel’nychuk visited, Shushko, and several other known personalities. Lawyer Mr. Romaniuk in Toronto had most contacts with Konovalets’. Ridna shkola was organized in about 1931.

Part 2: Avramenko and dance groups; UNO transferring its headquarters to Saskatoon in 1933. ‘Novyi shliakh’; CUC; WWII; helping DPs in camps with parcels; relations with the arriving DPs. Andriy Zhmun’ko (??) from the old immigration, Malynka (??). Volodymyr Kosar.

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