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  2. Andriy Melnyk (Ukrainian military leader) - Wikipedia

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    In late 2006, the Lviv city administration announced the future transfer of the tombs of Andriy Melnyk, Yevhen Konovalets, Stepan Bandera and other key leaders of the OUN and UPA to a new area of Lychakivskiy Cemetery specifically dedicated to the Ukrainian national-liberation struggle. However this was not implemented. See also. History of Ukraine

  3. Molotov–Ribbentrop Pact - Wikipedia

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    The Molotov–Ribbentrop Pact was a non-aggression pact between Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union that enabled those powers to partition Poland between them. The pact was signed in Moscow on 23 August 1939 by German Foreign Minister Joachim von Ribbentrop and Soviet Foreign Minister Vyacheslav Molotov and was officially known as the Treaty of Non-Aggression between Germany and the Union of ...

  4. Republican Fascist Party - Wikipedia

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    The Republican Fascist Party (Italian: Partito Fascista Repubblicano, PFR) was a political party in Italy led by Benito Mussolini during the German occupation of Central and Northern Italy and was the sole legal and ruling party of the Italian Social Republic.

  5. Christian fascism - Wikipedia

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    Interpretation of Sölle. Tom F. Driver, the Paul Tillich Professor Emeritus at Union Theological Seminary, expressed concern "that the worship of God in Christ not divide Christian from Jew, man from woman, clergy from laity, white from black, or rich from poor".

  6. New Party (UK) - Wikipedia

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    The New Party was a political party briefly active in the United Kingdom in the early 1930s. It was formed by Sir Oswald Mosley, an MP who had belonged to both the Conservative and Labour parties, quitting Labour after its 1930 conference narrowly rejected his "Mosley Memorandum", a document he had written outlining how he would deal with the problem of unemployment.

  7. Bohdan StaszynskiWikipedia, wolna encyklopedia

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    Symon Petliura, Yevhen Konovalets, Stepan Bandera – Three Leaders of Ukrainian Liberation Movement murdered by the Order of Moscow. Ukrainian Publishers Limited. 237, Liverpool Road, London, United Kingdom. 1962. (audiobook). John Barron: KGB. Tajna działalność sowieckich agentów, Warszawa, wyd. „Volumen”, 1991, ISBN 83-85218-14-9.

  8. National Socialist League of the Reich for Physical Exercise

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    Monument at Pariser Platz in Berlin, 1936. The promotion of sports during the Nazi regime went hand-in-hand with theatrical nationalistic triumphalism.: Agency overview; Formed

  9. Symon Petliura - Wikipedia

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    (in English) Symon Petliura, Yevhen Konovalets, Stepan Bandera - Three Leaders of Ukrainian Liberation Movement murdered by the Order of Moscow (audiobook). Biography of Petliura on website of the Ukrainian government; Petliura site in Poltava (Documents, articles and photographs) "Petlura Trial". Time. November 7, 1927.

  10. NKVD - Wikipedia

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    Yevhen Konovalets, prominent Ukrainian nationalist leader who was attempting to create a separatist movement in Soviet Ukraine; assassinated in Rotterdam, Netherlands Yevgeny Miller , former General of the Tsarist (Imperial Russian) Army ; in the 1930s, he was responsible for funding anti-communist movements inside the USSR with the support of ...

  11. Fascist Italy (1922–1943) - Wikipedia

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    The Kingdom of Italy was governed by the National Fascist Party from 1922 to 1943 with Benito Mussolini as prime minister.The Italian Fascists imposed authoritarian rule and crushed political and intellectual opposition, while promoting economic modernization, traditional social values and a rapprochement with the Roman Catholic Church.