Item 2008.024.c132-133 - Mykytiuk, Dmytro

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Mykytiuk, Dmytro

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CA BMUFA 0021-L-O-2008.024.c132-133

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  • 4 Dec. 1982 - 18 Jan. 1983 (Creation)

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2 audio cassettes (=3 audio files)

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Part 1: Born on August 10, 1897; Greek-Catholic; came to Canada in 1930 (to Winnipeg); was arrested for 3 months by the Poles for belonging to the UVO; he was one of those who created UVO in his own povit; in Canada he joined the Strilets’ka hromada in 1938 (Kosar, Vasylyshyn - the Head of Strilets’ka hromada in Winnipeg); Het’mantsi (Nazaruk, Petrushevych, Bobers’kyi); Bishop Khomyshyn; Samostiinyky; Pohorets’kyi and Shliakh; he was a Secretary of the CUC; Prof. Simpson; CUC creation; BUC (Bratstvo ukrains’kykh katolykiv); confiscation of the Communists Hall; DPs and their influence; mel’nykivtsi vs banderivtsi; Liha vyzvolennia Ukrainy in 1949; he left the Sichovi stril’tsi organization; Kosar; WWII - Home Defence in Winnipeg.

Part 2: Born in selo Rakivchyk (??), povit Kolomyia; came to Canada in May 1930; in 1914 went to the Ukrains’ki sichovi stril’tsi who later became Ukrains’ka halyts’ka armiia; Beresteis’kyi myr; Tsentral’na Rada; Denikin; 1920 - the front against the Poles; Mykytiuk crossed the border in 1920 and stayed home till 1930; he was khorunzhyi; he built Narodnyi Dim in the village; Sichovi stril’tsi against the tsarist Russian troops in the Carpathians in 1914-1917; Het’man Skoropads’kyi and Germans; polk sichovykh stril’tsiv Konoval’tsia; Poles sending the Petliura soldiers (i.e. Sichovi stril’tsi) to the concentration camps; arrived to Canada (Quebec city) from Germany had to stay on a farm near Saskatoon but ran away to Viniard (??) station; then in 1932 moved to Winnipeg and worked on a Ukrainian milk factory (??); immediately joined the Strilets’ka hromada (over 100 members); sending money to Ukraine; publishing UVO’s newspaper Shliakh; UNO; Kosar as the Head; Petrushevych sent Nazaruk and Bobers’kyi to raise money for propaganda against France and England to acknowledge Halychyna; Ukrainian Communists in Canada; WWII, Hitler and Stalin’s pact; CUC; Vasylyshyn; Denych (??); Orhanizatsia ukrains’kykh buvshykh voiakiv created by those dissatisfied with the Strilets’ka hromada; Ukrainian-Canadian Veterans Association after the WWII.

Part 3: Bohdan Panchuk; 141 Branch of Ukrainian-Canadian Veterans Association in 1946; Budka - the Head; Stefan Bilins’kyi (??); helping DPs; UCC in USA; Konovalets’ - Mel’nyk - Kvytkovs’kyi (??) - Hnatiuk from Philadelphia; Kokhan (the Head of CUC); Dr. Mandryka and his wife; Kaiba (??); Fr. Kushnir; Yarynovych (??); Izhyk (Editor of Postup); Kyryliuk as the Head of CUC’s branch in Winnipeg; future of Ukrainians in Canada; new organizations of DPs; Fr. Kushnir.

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