Item 2008.024.c056 - Derewlany, Nick

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Derewlany, Nick

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CA BMUFA 0021-C-D-2008.024.c056

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  • 26 Apr. 1983 (Creation)

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1 audio cassette (=2 audio files)

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Part 1: Born on May 6, 1903 in the village of Khraplyvtsi near Peremyshl’. His wife’s name is Kateryna Borovs’ka. Polish army in his village. Petliura’ s army. He is Catholic. Came to Canada with his brother in 1927 (from Gdansk to Halifax). Worked on a farm; then in 1932 went to Wellington (??); Ukrainians in Wellington (??); Prosvita & Natsionalne ob’iednannia in Wellington (??); Fr. Levonyts’kyi (??); Beniuk (??); local Communists; Kosar’s visit in 1942 (??); Prosvita; Komorovskyi (??) - the Head of the filia; helping Karpats’ka Ukraina; WWII events; UNO turning its building to the Ivan Franko Club; Vasyl’ Zaichyshyn (??); Dykun (??) - Communist; raising money for the Novyi Shliakh office; Ukrainian newspapers; DPs; only 5 UNO members (Kobylnyk, Kunskyi, Semchyshyn, Derewlany); local church.

Part 2: Local church; Fr. Bairak; Sheptyts’kyi; building Orthodox church in the 1950s, 6 Orthodox families in the beginning; Dim Ivana Franka existed till 1967 when the Ukrainian Centre was built; Ivankiv; 1955 - Liha vyzvolennia Ukrainy; Kredytova Spilka; Banderivtsi; Petliura and Halychyna; Mr. Kozak and building a church; Dr. Rosnyts’kyi (??); Fr. Kusiv (??); Petliura’s death and Jews; Skoropads’kyi’s tour.

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