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  2. Symon Petliura - Wikipedia

    "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.

  3. Symon Petlioura — Wikipédia

    Symon Petlioura participa aussi en tant que coéditeur au magazine Volya et contribua à de nombreux articles pour la presse ukrainienne de Galicie [3]. À la fin de l'année 1905, lorsque le Parti révolutionnaire ukrainien prit le nom de Parti ouvrier social-démocrate ukrainien (Українська соціал-демократична ...

  4. Kiev Offensive (1920) - Wikipedia

    The 1920 Kiev Offensive (or Kiev Expedition, wyprawa kijowska in Polish) was a major part of the Polish–Soviet War.It was an attempt by the armed forces of the recently established Second Polish Republic led by Józef Piłsudski, in alliance with Ukrainian leader Symon Petliura of the Ukrainian People's Republic, to seize the territories of modern-day Ukraine which mostly fell under Soviet ...

  5. Ukrainian People's Republic - Wikipedia's_Republic

    In 1920 Symon Petliura and Józef Piłsudski signed the Warsaw Treaty in which both countries established their borders along the Zbruch River. The states that previously recognized the Ukrainian People's Republic ceased any relationships with its Government-in-exile after they recognized the Soviet Government in Kyiv.

  6. List of leaders of Ukraine - Wikipedia

    Symon Petliura (1879–1926) 12 November 1920 25 May 1926 Independent: President 2 Andriy Livytskyi (1879–1954) 25 May 1926 17 January 1954 Ukrainian Social Democratic Labour Party: President 3 Stepan Vytvytskyi (1884–1965) 17 January 1954 9 October 1965 Independent: President 4 Mykola Livytskyi (1907–1989) 9 October 1965 8 December 1989 ...

  7. Antisemitism in Japan - Wikipedia

    Antisemitism in Japan has developed over the years despite the presence of a relatively small and obscure Jewish population. Japan had no traditional antisemitism until nationalist ideology and propaganda began to spread on the eve of World War II.

  8. Propaganda of the deed - Wikipedia

    May 25, 1926 – Sholom Schwartzbard assassinates Symon Petliura, head of the government-in-exile Ukrainian People's Republic, in Paris. After an eight-day trial, he is acquitted by the jury, who has been convinced of Schwartzbard's just cause: the core of his defense was that he was avenging the deaths of victims of pogroms by Petlura's forces.

  9. Петлюра Симон Васильович — ВікіпедіяПетлюра_Симон...

    Семен Петлюра народився в передмісті Полтави, нині Україна (тоді Російська імперія).Був третім сином у родині, мав трьох братів і п'ятьох сестер, ще троє померли в дитинстві.

  10. Anton Denikin - Wikipedia

    Anton Ivanovich Denikin (Russian: Анто́н Ива́нович Дени́кин [ɐnˈton ɪˈvanəvʲɪtɕ dʲɪˈnʲikʲɪn]; 16 December [O.S. 4 December] 1872 – 7 August 1947) was a Russian Lieutenant General in the Imperial Russian Army (1916), who later served as the Deputy Supreme Ruler of the Russian State during the Russian Civil War of 1917–1922.

  11. Pavlo Shandruk - Wikipedia

    Pavlo Feofanovich Shandruk (Ukrainian: Павло Шандрук, Polish: Pawło Szandruk, February 28, 1889 in Volhynia – February 15, 1979 in Trenton, New Jersey) was a general in the army of the Ukrainian National Republic, a colonel of the Polish Army, and a prominent general of the Ukrainian National Army, a military force that fought against the Soviet Union under Nazi German command ...