Item 2008.024.c116 - Kaye, Ludwig

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Kaye, Ludwig

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CA BMUFA 0021-K-2008.024.c116

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  • 16 Aug. 1983 (Creation)

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1 audio cassette (=2 audio files)

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Part 1: Born on July 5, 1918 in Yellow Creek; had to shorten his last name; his father came to Canada in 1911, mother came to Canada in 1914 with 3 sons (landed in Boston because the ship was redirected because of the war); family was Catholic; Fr. Kulyk and a new church of Petra i Pavla built in 1933; Kaye’s father was from Halychyna; Kaye went to a Ukrainian school; reading books; concerts and plays in a Hall; his first teacher Makloy (??); Panchuk as a teacher; school, Ukrainian language classes after school but no Ukrainian during the classes; Stratiichuk (??), Layba (??); Mohyla Institute; coming to Saskatoon in 1933 to a meeting as a delegate from SUMC, speeches by Stechyshyn, Lazarovych, Dr. Boykovych, Dr. Dragan (??), rev. Savchuk, Solomon, the Bishop; came to Mohyla Institute as a student in 1935; in 1937 went to the University of Saskatoon; Sheptyts’kyi Institute; Prof. Simpson; CUC; Kaye joined the Airforce in February 1941; London and Ukrainian Canadian Service Association; Ukrainian Social Club in Manchester.

Part 2: Visiting graves of the fallen Ukrainian soldiers; came back to Canada in January 1944; Mrs. Panchuk (??); Helen Kozicky; Semelsky (??); Mr. Panchuk; was given an extended leave and went to the McGill University; Ukrainian Selfreliance; Ukrainian-Canadian Veterans’ Association; CUC sponsored his tour (10 weeks); Panchuk as too nationalistic; Bishop Vasyliiv (??); UNO; he returned to Saskatoon after the end of WWII, finished the University, teaching at schools; DPs’ impact.

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