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  2. Statue of nationalist blamed for pogroms against Jews is ...

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    A new statue of a Ukrainian nationalist who is blamed for the murder of tens of thousands of Jews during the Russian Revolution, was unveiled Saturday in Vinnitsa, in an area of the city once known...

  3. WJC denounces ‘disgraceful and ... - World Jewish Congress

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    NEW YORK – The World Jewish Congress has denounced the Ukrainian city of Vinnitsa’s “disgraceful and deplorable” move to celebrate nationalist leader Symon Petliura, whose Ukrainian People’s Republic killed tens of thousands of Jews in programs under his watch in 1918-1921, and urged the local authorities to pull a monument unveiled over the …

  4. Symon Petliura - Timenote

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    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 ...

  5. Ukraine honors nationalist leader blamed for Jewish pogroms

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    The memorial for Symon Petliura was unveiled Saturday in Vinnitsa, a city in the western part of the nation, on Defender of Ukraine Day, a national holiday, the RT news site reported. It is...

  6. Ukraine Makes Birthday of Nazi Collaborator a Holiday

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    The book critically analyzed the actions of Ukrainian nationalist Symon Petliura, whose forces killed large numbers of Jews in the early 20th century. Petilura was later killed by a Russian-born...

  7. Symon Petliura - Wikipedia

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    Symon Vasylyovych Petliura [a] ( Ukrainian: Си́мон Васи́льович Петлю́ра, Mey 10, 1879 – Mey 25, 1926) wis a publicist, writer, jurnalist, Ukrainian politician, statesman o the Ukrainian Fowkrepublic, an naitionalist leader who led Ukraine's struggle for unthirldom follaein the Roushie Revolution o 1917 (1918–1921). Notes[ eedit | eedit soorce]

  8. Sholem Schwarzbard - Wikipedia

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    Symon Petliura, who was head of the Directorate of the Ukrainian National Republic in 1919, had moved to Paris in 1924 and was the head of the government-in-exile of the Ukrainian People's Republic.

  9. Piłsudski and Petliura: Together against the Bolsheviks

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    Symon Petliura was assassinated in the French capital in May 1926 by Sholem Schwarzbard. The motive for the crime was the pogroms that were to be suffered by his family in Ukraine under the Directorate. It is likely, however, that the assassin was acting under the inspiration of Soviet services.

  10. Symon Petljura - Wikipedia

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    Symon Petliura al centro della foto e Volodymyr Vynnyčenko alla sua destra. Petljura nacque il 10 maggio 1879 nei pressi di Poltava in Ucraina, [1] figlio di Vasyl' Petljura e Ol'ha Marčenko, cittadini ma di estrazione cosacca. I cosacchi, contrapposti ai contadini, potevano godere di certi privilegi di nascita riguardanti il possesso di ...

  11. Olha Petliura - Wikipedia

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    Olha Bilska was born December 23, 1885. In 1908, while she was in Kyiv, she met Symon Petliura. In 1910, they married and the couple took an active part in the life of the Ukrainian diaspora in Moscow, arranging concerts and literary evenings. In 1911, they had a daughter, Ukrainian poet, Lesya Petliura. [2]