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  2. Yevhen Konovalets - Wikipedia

    Konovalets was born June 14, 1891 in the village of Zashkiv in the Austro-Hungarian Galicia; today it is in Lviv Raion, Lviv Oblast, Ukraine. In his youth he studied in Lviv at the Lviv Academic Gymnasium [2] and in 1909 enrolled in the University of Lviv, where he studied mathematics. In 1910 he participated in the protest to accommodate Ukrainians with their own university in Lviv.

  3. Yevhen Konovalets | Ukrainian political leader | Britannica

    leadership of Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists. In Ukraine: Western Ukraine under Polish rule. …the independence struggle, headed by Yevhen Konovalets. In 1929 this was transformed into a broader underground movement, the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists (OUN). Authoritarian in structure, conspiratorial in its methods, and influenced by political theories that stressed the primacy of the nation over the individual and will over reason, the….

  4. 80th Anniversary of the Assassination of Yevhen Konovalets

    One of the most prominent Ukrainian leaders of the 20th century, Konovalets led an international effort of organising Ukrainian veterans’ associations throughout the diaspora, as well as the establishment of foreign-language press bureaus in order to help garner political support for Ukraine’s independence; this included his personal appeals to the League of Nations to address the issue of Ukrainian sovereignty.

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

    Yevhen Mykhailovych Konovalets (Ukrainian: Євген Михайлович 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. Read more on Wikipedia.

  6. Konovalets, Yevhen - Encyclopedia of Ukraine

    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. Studying law at Lviv University, he was active in the Prosvita society and in the campaign for a Ukrainian university.

  7. 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.

  8. Yevhen Konovalets | Military Wiki | Fandom

    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

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

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

    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.


    YEVHEN KONOVALETS. b. 22 July, 1894, Lviv County, Galicia, d. 23 May 1938, Rotterdam. Konovalets was a colonel in the UNR Army, and became the first leader of the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists. After WWI Konovalets continued to work in the struggle for independence; in 1921 he became the leader of the Ukrainian Military Organization. He was instrumental in reorganizing the various groups striving for independence and unifying them in the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists.