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1944-1986 - The second Soviet occupation of Galicia

List of witnesses

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Vladimír Šrajter (1927 - 2017)

born 22 June 1927 in Mirohošť, Volhynia (Poland) a Volhynian Czech experienced both the Soviet and the German occupation of Volhynia joined the Czechoslovak army at the age of sixteen took part in the Carpatho-Dukla Operation after the war, settled down in ... arrows 

Ярослава Гасюк (Крижанівська) (1925) video clip available

was born on December 28th, 1925, in a town of Przemyśl studied at a middle school, later at private female gymnasium during the years of the Nazi occupation she worked as a pharmacist 1943 – entered “Unatstvo” – the youth branch of the OUN 1946 – resettled to ... arrows 

Віра Крокіс (Філяк) (1924) video clip available

was born on January 29th, 1924, in the village of Dychky, Rohatyn district, Ivano-Frankivsk region received elementary education in Dychky, graduated from a middle school and a one-year pedagogical school in Rohatyn during the Nazi occupation studied at the Trade ... arrows 

Орися Матешук (Грицина) (1929) video clip available

was born on January 22, 1929, in the village of Terebezh, Lviv province 1939 – together with her family she escaped to Lviv studied at the Lviv middle school #5, railway middle school #3 1945 – became a member of the Union of Ukrainian Youth and a member of the ... arrows 

Мирослав Сипа (1925) video clip available

Oct. 24 1925 - born in the village of Pohoriltsi of the Zolochiv region of Lviv district, Ukraine 1942 - became member of Plast and Ukrainian Nationalist Youth 1943 - sent to officer training of UPA (Ukrainian Rebellious Army) of Hryhoriy Pipskyi 1944 - ... arrows 

Володимир Шарко (1931) video clip available

August 21, 1931 - born in Lviv 1938—1939 – studied in the "Ridna Shkola" school, named after the Prince Leo in Lviv 1939—1941 — studied in the secondary school in Lviv 1942—1944 — studied in Academic Gymnasium in Lviv June 1, 1944 – family emigrated in ... arrows 



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