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  2. Olha Petliura - Wikipedia

    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.

  3. Polish–Soviet War - Wikipedia–Soviet_War

    Petliura, who formally represented the government of the Ukrainian People's Republic, which had de facto been defeated by the Bolsheviks, fled with some Ukrainian troops to Poland, where he found political asylum. His control extended only to a sliver of land near the Polish-controlled areas.

  4. Citation: Christopher Gilley, review of Red Famine: Stalin's War on Ukraine, (review no. 2203) DOI: 10.14296/RiH/2014/2203 Date accessed: 7 September, 2023 Terry Martin, ‘The 1932–33 Ukrainian Terror: new documentation on surveillance and the thought process of Stalin’, in Famine-Gemocide in Ukraine, 1932–1933.

  5. Symon Petliura - Timenote

    Symon Vasylyovych Petliura (Ukrainian: Си́мон Васи́льович Петлю́ра; Russian: Симо́н Васи́льевич Петлю́ра; also known as Simon Petlura , Symon Petlura , or Symon Petlyura , May 10, 1879 – May 25, 1926) was a publicist, writer, journalist, Ukrainian politician, statesman, and national leader who led Ukraine's struggle for independence following th...

  6. Category:Olha Petliura - Wikimedia Commons

    Petliura (surname) Olha (given name) 1885 births; 1959 deaths; Wives of Ukrainian leaders; Symon Petliura

  7. Leaders of the Russian Civil War - Wikipedia

    The conflict, fought largely from 7 November 1917 to 25 October 1922 (though with some conflicts in the Far East lasting until late 1923 and in Central Asia until 1934), was fought between numerous factions, the two largest being the Bolsheviks (The "Reds") and the White Movement (The "Whites").

  8. Alessandro Gozzi, master's student in bioengineering (right), bioengineering professor Hananeh Esmailbeigi (left), and bioengineering PHD student Allison Bayro (center) in front of a snowman they built together on campus on January 26, 2021.

  9. Ukrainian fencer Olha Kharlan: ‘With that black card they ...

    Common sense prevailed to an extent. Kharlan is one of Ukraine’s sporting heroes, an Olympic gold medallist who stands alongside figures such as Oleksandr Usyk and Andriy Shevchenko in a young ...

  10. Treaty of Warsaw (1920) - Timenote

    The Treaty of Warsaw (also the Polish-Ukrainian or Petlura-Piłsudski Alliance or Agreement) of April 1920 was a military-economical alliance between the Second Polish Republic, represented by Józef Piłsudski, and the Ukrainian People's Republic, represented by Symon Petlura, against Bolshevik Russia.