Politician. Yaroslav Semenovych Stetsko ( Ukrainian: Ярослав Семенович Стецько; 19 January 1912 – 5 July 1986) was a Ukrainian politician, writer, ideologist and Nazi collaborator, who served as the leader of Stepan Bandera 's faction of the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists, the OUN-B, from 1941 until his death.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yaroslav_Stetsko
Politician. Yaroslav Semenovych Stetsko ( Ukrainian: Ярослав Семенович Стецько; 19 January 1912 – 5 July 1986) was a Ukrainian politician, writer, ideologist and Nazi collaborator, who served as the leader of Stepan Bandera 's faction of the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists, the OUN-B, from 1941 until his death.
The day after the proclamation of Ukrainian nationalist leader Yaroslav Stetsko’s state of Ukraine, on July 1, 1941, the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists (OUN) pasted posters around Lviv ...
Nearly 40 years ago, at age 28, Yaroslav Stetsko and other members of the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists seized Lviv, then capital of Ukraine, from the Soviets, and convened a national...
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Soviet intelligence documents relating to the events regarding Yaroslav Stetsko, a leading ideologue of the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists. NKVD officers opened a case against him in the 1940s.
Yaroslav Stetsko, Stetsko bust in Ukraine. Photo by Wikimedia Commons Ternopil — A bust of the genocidal Yaroslav Stetsko (1912–1986), who led Ukraine’s 1941 Nazi-collaborationist government which welcomed the Germans and declared allegiance to Hitler.
The OUN-B leaders, including Yaroslav Stetsko and Stepan Bandera, were arrested and sent to Berlin. After interrogations, by the end of 1941, all of them were transported to the Sachsenhausen concentration camp, where they were kept in complete isolation from the outside world until the autumn of 1944.
The Prime Minister was Yaroslav Stetsko. Deputy Prime Minister and Secretary of the Ministry of Health – Marian Panchyshyn – no political affiliation; Deputy Prime Minister – Lev Rebet ; Minister of the Interior – Volodymyr Lysy (Socialist Radical Party) Minister of External Affairs – Volodymyr Stakhiv
Yaroslava Yosypivna Stetsko ( Ukrainian: Ярослава Йосипівна Стецько, Polish: Sława Stećko; 14 May 1920 – 12 March 2003), also popularly known as Slava Stetsko, was a Ukrainian politician and a World War II veteran.
The self-proclaimed prime minister was Yaroslav Stetsko, and the head of the Council of Seniors was Kost Levytsky. The OUN intended to take advantage of the retreat of Soviet forces from Ukraine during the German invasion of the Soviet Union that began on 22 June.