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  1. "Symon Petliura as opponent of Jewish pogroms," Zerkalo Nedeli (Mirror Weekly), July 25–31, 1996. Available online in Russian . Article published in the "Archives of the Ukrainian Security Service" on Petlura and the GPU re his assassination based on recently discovered materials from the vaults of the Ukrainian Security Service in Ukrainian.

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  3. Symon Petliura - Wikipedia

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    "Symon Petliura as opponent of Jewish pogroms," Zerkalo Nedeli (Mirror Weekly), July 25–31, 1996. Available online in Russian . Article published in the "Archives of the Ukrainian Security Service" on Petlura and the GPU re his assassination based on recently discovered materials from the vaults of the Ukrainian Security Service in Ukrainian.

  4. Symon Petliura - Wikiwand

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    Symon Vasylyovych Petliura[a] was a Ukrainian politician and journalist. He became the Supreme Commander of the Ukrainian Army and the President of the Ukrainian People's Republic during Ukraine's short-lived sovereignty in 1918–1921, leading Ukraine's struggle for independence following the fall of the Russian Empire in 1917.

  5. 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 led Ukraine's struggle for independence following the …

  6. Ukraine Unveils Statue Honoring Nationalist Leader Behind ...

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    Symon Petliura's regime killed between 35,000 and 50,000 Jews in pogroms during his reign that lasted from 1918 until 1921 JTA Follow Oct 17, 2017 Ukraine unveiled a statue for a nationalist leader who guided a regime that killed tens of thousands of Jews in pogroms during the Russian Revolution.

  7. Ukraine opens monument to nationalist icon Petliura ...

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    Petliura fought for Ukraine’s independence from Soviet Russia, following the October Revolution of 1917. During his time as the head of the Ukrainian People's Republic, between 35,000 and 50,000 Jews were killed in a string of pogroms.

  8. A Century Ago, The Treaty Of Riga Redrew The Map. It Still ...

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    Symon Petliura Angered by the agreement, which he felt was shortsighted and cynically political, Pilsudski, who was an observer at the talks, reportedly later apologized to Ukrainian officers for it.

  9. Taras Hunczak, Symon Petliura And The Jews: A Reappraisal ...

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    Taras Hunczak, Symon Petliura And The Jews: A Reappraisal, Ukrainian Historical Association, Series: Ukrainian Jewish Studies, No. 1, Toronto and Munich, 1985. 61 pp. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 20 November 2018 Andrew Ezergailis Article Metrics Save PDF Share Cite Rights & Permissions Abstract

  10. Petliura and the Pogroms in Interwar Ukraine, Part 1

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    One figure in particular is contentious, Symon Petliura, who for much of the last century has been vilified as a murderer of Jews. His death and its aftermath have had an impact not only in Ukraine but elsewhere in Europe, particularly France, where the trial of his Jewish assassin would have effects still felt to this day. Symon Petliura.

  11. Olha Petliura - Wikipedia

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    Olha Opanasivna Petliura ( née: Bilska; December 23, 1885 - November 23, 1959) was a spouse of Ukrainian political leader Symon Petliura. [1] She graduated from the Higher Courses for Women, Kyiv . Biography [ edit] Olha Bilska was born December 23, 1885. In 1908, while she was in Kyiv, she met Symon Petliura.

  12. Symon Petliura, 2 hryvnias, 2009, Ukraine.Присвячена Симону Васильовичу Петлюрі - державному і громадсько-політичн...