Item 2008.024.c054-055 - Derewlany, Danylo

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Derewlany, Danylo

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CA BMUFA 0021-C-D-2008.024.c054-055

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  • 5 May. 1983 (Creation)

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2 audio cassettes (=4 audio files)

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Part 1: Born in 1897 (??), in the village of Khraplychi near Peremyshl’; went to school in the village; in 1914, he went to Peremyshl’; nee of his wife - Ol’ha Platsko (??) from Rus’ka Rava. He had 4 brothers; in 1914, (he was 16) went to the Austrian army, to the front; was in the Russian front, in Serbia; his brother was in the Ukrainian army; Sichovi stril’tsi; fighting with the Poles; colonel Fedorovych; Bolsheviks; Skoropads’kyi; ending up in Czechoslovakia, in a camp.

Part 2: Staying in Czechoslovakia; when Poles were chased away from Halychyna they started coming back home from Czechoslovakia; pidpil’na viis’kova orhanizatsia; went to Canada in 1927 (Lviv - Warsaw - Gdansk - ???? - Quebec - Winnipeg); working on a farm near Winnipeg; then went to a farm in Saskatchewan; then went to Windsor (???); growing tobacco (??); tobacco prices during Depression; he bought a farm (42.5 acres) for $6000 cash; Catholic church; buying a church building for $50; a member of the Strilets’ka hromada.

Part 3: Strilets’ka hromada; Savchuk; no Catholic church at that time - coming priests; iepyskop Budka; Sushko; Kosar; Haitai (??); Oleksa Hryhorovych; Orthodox church; Ivan Franko Club; attitudes of Ukrainians towards Jews; WWII; Prof. Simpson; creation of CUC in 1941; Kosar; Borots’kyi (??).

Part 4: UPA; Orthodox church; mel’nykivtsi; came to Wellington (??) in 1937 (??); Communists; amature theatre plays; Fr. Levyts’kyi’s (??) visit; Dakash (??); Bandera; Catholics vs Orthodox fights.

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