Olha Opanasivna Petliura ( née: Bilska; 23 December 1885 – 23 November 1959) was a spouse of Ukrainian political leader Symon Petliura.  She graduated from the Higher Courses for Women, Kyiv . Biography Olha Bilska was born on 23 December 1885. In 1908, while she was in Kyiv, she met Symon Petliura.
Olha Opanasivna Petliura was a spouse of Ukrainian political leader Symon Petliura. She graduated from the Higher Courses for Women, Kyiv.
Rozalia Yakovlevna Vynnychenko ( née: Lifshits ( Ukrainian: Ліфшиць); 26 July 1886 – 6 February 1959) was a spouse of Ukrainian political leader Volodymyr Vynnychenko . Born to a Russian Jewish family in Oryol, Russia, in 1909 Lifshits graduated from the Medical faculty of Sorbonne University .
He was the Supreme Commander of the Ukrainian People's Army (UNA) and led the Ukrainian People's Republic during the Ukrainian War of Independence, a part of the wider Russian Civil War . Petliura was born to a family of Cossack heritage in Poltava.
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First Lady of Ukraine ( Ukrainian: перша пані України, romanized : persha pani Ukrainy or перша леді України, persha ledi Ukrainy) is the unofficial title attributed to the wife of the president of Ukraine.  List of first ladies of Ukraine List of wives of leaders of the Ukrainian People's Republic See also Ukraine portal
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Olha Petliura - Wikidata Olha Petliura (Q4360332) pedagogue and political activist (1885-1959) Olha Bilska Olga Petlyura Olga Belskaya Olha Petlyura Olha Opanasivna Petliura edit Statements instance of human 1 reference image Дружина С.Петлюри з донькою.jpg 300 × 432; 29 KB 0 references sex or gender female 1 reference country of citizenship
Symon Petliura, 1879-1926 : Mrs. Olha Petliura and her daughter Lesia ... @ Symon Petliura: Army Order No. 131 26-Aug-1919 Do not stain those deeds @ Symon ...