Item 2008.024.c109 - Konopka, Olga

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Konopka, Olga

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CA BMUFA 0021-K-2008.024.c109

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  • 18 Aug. 1983 (Creation)

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1 audio cassette (=1 audio file)

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Born on July 14 (??) 1906 in a village of Pidhorody (??), Rohatyn povit; she is Greek-Catholic; her father was a farmer but her mother’s brothers were judges and priests; Olga finished school and started a gymnasium when her father died; she was an amature artist and also sang in a church choir; persecution of Ukrainian language; came to Canada in 1930; worked in a cooperatyv; Prosvita; Pacification in Western Ukraine; went to Canada through England and Germany; UNO; married in 1930; sent her children to a Ukrainian school; in 1933 she joined the OUN in Canada; Samostiinyky and BUC causing troubles for OUN; Het’mantsi; Kormanevych (??); Kapustians’kyi (??); Fr Pelekh; discrimination against Ukrainians in Canada; UNO (??) Hall; women’s section in UNO; Kosar and his attitudes toward DPs; influence of DPs; Vynnychenko (??); Ridna shkola (50-60 students); Novyi shliakh moving to Winnipeg; CUC, Prof. Simpson; Prof. Phillips; Communists; why UNO “ob’iednannia”; future of Ukrainians in Canada.

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