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Soviet Annexation Of Western Ukraine, 1939–1940 - Soviet Policies in The Annexed Territories - Religious Persecution
... At the time of the Soviet annexation of western Ukraine the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church had approximately 2,190 parishes, three theological seminaries, 29 monasteries, 120 convents and 3.5 million ... Its leader, Andrey Sheptytsky, was seen as a "father figure" by most Western Ukrainians ... The married Western Ukrainian Clergy and their children formed a caste that had a high degree of influence within Ukrainian society ...
Polish–Ukrainian War - The War - Stalemate in Eastern Galicia
... and effective mobilization in December 1918, the Ukrainians possessed a large numerical advantage until February 1919, and pushed the Poles into defensive positions ... American report from the period of January 13 - February 1, 1919, Ukrainians eventually managed to surround Lviv on three sides ... Ukrainian army also held villages on both sidelines of the railway leading to Przemyśl ...
Ukrainian Radical Party - History
... in Lviv on October 4, 1890 by a group of Ukrainian activists including the poet Ivan Franko, the publisher Mykhailo Pavlyk, and others ... organizing women's groups, and training and politicizing Ukrainian peasants. 1895, the party passed a resolution calling for Ukrainian independence ...
Ukrainian Russophiles - Rise and Development
... Western Ukrainian Russophilia appeared in Carpathian Ruthenia at the end of the 18th century ... the movement did not come to dominate western Ukrainian society until the 1850s–60s ... crushed by the Tsarist government, which in punishing the Polish rebels provided the Ukrainian peasants with relatively favorable compensation ...

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