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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 Petlioura — Wikipédia

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    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 ...

  5. Петлюра Симон Васильович — Вікіпедія

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    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.

  6. Mykhailo Hrushevsky - Wikipedia

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    Mykhailo Serhiiovych Hrushevsky (Ukrainian: Михайло Сергійович Грушевський, Chełm, 29 September [O.S. 17 September] 1866 – Kislovodsk, 24 November 1934) was a Ukrainian academician, politician, historian and statesman who was one of the most important figures of the Ukrainian national revival of the early 20th century.

  7. Shevchenkivskyi District, Kyiv - Wikipedia

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    In June 2008 the Kyiv City Council renamed Kominterna Street (located in this district) to Symon Petliura Street to commemorate the occasion of his 130th birthday anniversary. Neighborhoods. Old Kyiv; Kudryavets; Soldatska slobidka; Tatarka; Lukyanivska; Shuliavska; Syrets; Nyvky

  8. Matthew F. Hale - Wikipedia

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    Matthew F. Hale (born July 27, 1971) is an American white supremacist, neo-Nazi leader and convicted felon. Hale was the founder of the East Peoria, Illinois-based white separatist group then known as the World Church of the Creator (now called The Creativity Movement), and he declared himself its Pontifex Maximus (Latin for "highest priest") in continuation of the Church of the Creator ...

  9. Jewish ghettos in Europe - Wikipedia

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    Jewish ghettos in Europe were neighbourhoods of European cities in which Jews were permitted to live. In addition to being confined to the ghettos, Jews were placed under strict regulations as well as restrictions in many European cities.

  10. Jewish deicide - Wikipedia

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    Matthew 27:24–25. A justification for the charge of Jewish deicide has been sought in Matthew 27:24–25: So when Pilate saw that he was gaining nothing, but rather that a riot was beginning, he took water and washed his hands before the crowd, saying, "I am innocent of this man's blood; see to it yourselves."

  11. Martin Luther and antisemitism - Wikipedia

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    Martin Luther (1483–1546) was a German professor of theology, priest and seminal leader of the Reformation.His positions on Judaism continue to be controversial. These changed dramatically from his early career, where he showed concern for the plight of European Jews, to his later years, when embittered by his failure to convert them to Christianity, he became outspokenly antisemitic in his ...

  12. Anton Denikin - Wikipedia

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    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.