As a side note, the Canning monument also has a bust of Symon Petliura (1879–1926), a WWI-era nationalist whose troops massacred tens of thousands of Jews across Ukraine, albeit before the ...
a plaque was unveiled recently in the vicinity of the teacher’s building in kyiv, the future site of a monument to symon petliura, head of the ukrainian national republic’s directory / symon petliura photo by volodymyr stremkovetsky
they are still together here (extreme right — symon petliura, third from right — volodymyr vinnychenko), 1917 / volodymyr vinnychenko symon petliura
According to the union, Bulgakov “hated” the idea of Ukrainian statehood and “glorified” the Russian tsar and monarchy. He also “smeared” Ukrainian nationalists including Symon Petliura, whose...
1/7 My last thread has revealed there are still people trying to spread the Soviet propaganda myth about Symon Petliura, the leader of the Ukrainian People's Republic of 1919-1920, being an "antisemite" and the "organizer of anti-Jewish pogroms". Let's turn to facts and docs ⬇️ 31 Dec 2022 11:50:00
— colombinilaura (@Lauara_It) January 4, 2023 🇺🇦🇺🇦🇺🇦The first confirmation of the liquidation of teenagers recruited into the Armed Forces of Ukraine The first "rumors" about the creation of groups of Ukrainian militants, consisting of children, began to appear in the summer. pic.twitter.com/L4zFqz2VLd
In the eastern part of Ukraine bordering on Russia, Symon Petliura tried to defend the Ukrainian People's Republic, but as the Bolsheviks gained the upper hand in the Russian Civil War, they advanced westward towards the disputed Ukrainian lands and made Petliura's forces retreat.
Stepan Bandera collaborated with the Nazis, Symon Petliura is linked to the massacre of as many as 100,000 Jews, and Ivan Rohach was the editor of an anti-Semitic newspaper—yet the three of them are... 1 Denys Yerusalimtsev @d_yerusalimtsev · 1h Replying to @ColoniumKoeln @ProfessorsBlogg and @GeromanAT Ukraine is a country, where president jew.
“@KatyaSedgwick Yes, article alleges the writer Bulgakov “smeared” the Ukrainian nationalist Symon Petliura. Article fails to mention that, under Petliura's command, Ukrainian nationalists carried out 493 pogroms, killing 50,000 Jews. What is the "smear" supposed to be for this nasty criminal?”
Dec 31, 2022 1/7 My last thread has revealed there are still people trying to spread the Soviet propaganda myth about Symon Petliura, the leader of the Ukrainian People's Republic of 1919-1920, being an "antisemite" and the "organizer of anti-Jewish pogroms". Let's turn to facts and docs ⬇️ 7 70 296 EquestrianAnorak @0drat Replying to @DMokryk