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  1. Yevhen Mykhailovych Konovalets ( Ukrainian: Євген Михайлович [1] Коновалець; June 14, 1891 – May 23, 1938), also anglicized as Eugene Konovalets, was a military commander of the Ukrainian National Republic army, veteran of the Ukrainian-Soviet War and political leader of the Ukrainian nationalist movement.

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  3. Yevhen Konovalets - Wikipedia

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    Yevhen Mykhailovych Konovalets ( Ukrainian: Євген Михайлович [1] Коновалець; June 14, 1891 – May 23, 1938), also anglicized as Eugene Konovalets, was a military commander of the Ukrainian National Republic army, veteran of the Ukrainian-Soviet War and political leader of the Ukrainian nationalist movement.

  4. Yevhen Konovalets | Ukrainian political leader | Britannica

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    Yevhen Konovalets Ukrainian political leader Share Learn about this topic in these articles: leadership of Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists In Ukraine: Western Ukraine under Polish rule …the independence struggle, headed by Yevhen Konovalets.

  5. 80th Anniversary of the Assassination of Yevhen Konovalets

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    Born in Zashkiv, outside of Lviv, Konovalets was a man deeply dedicated to the cause of Ukraine’s independence, rising to the rank of commander of the Corps of Sich Riflemen, commandant of the Ukrainian Military Organisation (UVO) and finally as co-founder and first elected leader of the Supreme Council of the Organisation of Ukrainian …

  6. The life of Yevhen Konovalets, the Commander of the Ukrainian Military Organization, chairman of the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists, and commander of the most capable unit of the Army of the Ukrainian People’s Republic – the Sich Rifle Corps – was full of struggles, threats, risks, and secrets.

  7. Konovalets, Yevhen - Encyclopedia of Ukraine

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    Konovalets, Yevhen [Konovalec’, Jevhen], b 14 June 1891 in Zashkiv, Lviv county, Galicia, d 23 May 1938 in Rotterdam, Netherlands. Military commander with the rank of colonel in the Army of the Ukrainian National Republic, and political leader of the nationalist movement; brother of Myron Konovalets.

  8. Yevhen Konovalets Biography - Ukrainian military commander ...

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    Yevhen Konovalets is the 622nd most popular military personnel (up from 682nd in 2019), the 196th most popular biography from Ukraine (up from 216th in 2019) and the 16th most popular Ukrainian Military Personnel. Memorability Metrics Funeral of Yevhen Konovalets 1938. 120k Page Views (PV) 57.76 Historical Popularity Index (HPI) 21

  9. Yevhen Konovalets (1891 - 1938) - Genealogy - geni family tree

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    Evhen Konovalets (b. 14.6.1891, d. 23.5.1938) — Colonel, Commander-in-Chief of the "Sichovi Stritsi" corps of the Ukrainian Army; founder and head of the Ukrainian Military Organization (UVO) and of the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists (OUN); murdered by an NKVD agent in Rotterdam. Russians. In April

  10. Yevhen Konovalets | Military Wiki | Fandom

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    Yevhen Konovalets (Ukrainian:Євген Олексійович [citation needed] [1] Коновалець) (June 14, 1891 – May 23, 1938) was a military commander of the UNR army and political leader of the Ukrainian nationalist movement. He is best known as the leader of the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists between 1929 and 1938. Contents 1 Biography 1.1 Early ages

  11. 130 years since birth of Yevhen Konovalets, a leader who knew ...

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    14 June marks 130 years since the birth of Ukrainian Colonel Yevhen Konovalets (14 June 1891 – 23 May 1938), who founded the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists (OUN) and was among the main Ukrainian political leaders of the 1930s who pursued Ukraine’s independence at a time when the nation was split under Soviet and Polish rule.

  12. Konovalets, Yevhen

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    Konovalets, Yevhen [Konovalec’, Jevhen], b 14 June 1891 in Zashkiv, Lviv county, Galicia, d 23 May 1938 in Rotterdam, Netherlands. Military commander with the rank of colonel in the Army of the Ukrainian National Republic, and political leader of the nationalist movement. Studying law at Lviv University, he was active in the Prosvita society ...