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Name: Volyn and Polissia in the Unknown Correspondence of the OUN and the UPA. 19441954
Volume: 16
Editor in Chief: P.J. Potichnyj
Author: V. Ohorodnik
V. Kovalchuk
Editor(s): V. Ohorodnik
V. Kovalchuk
Editorial board: H. Boryak
. Udod
Iu. Shapoval
M. Posivnych
P. Sokhan'
P.J. Potichnyj
R. Pyrih
S. Kokin
V. Lozytsky
Sponsors: Maria and Stefan Romaniuk
Publication Year: 2011
ISBN (Canada): 978-1-897431-33-7
ISBN (Ukraine): 978-966-2105-33-9
Pages Count: 1024

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This volume contains 281 business letters as well as fragments which were declassified by the Security Service of Ukraine in the last three years. The authors of the letters are both leaders of the UPA and the armed underground of the OUN (Roman Shukhevych, Vasyl Kuk) as well as krai-level functionaries (Mykola Kozak, Vasyl Halasa, et al.). The content of most of these documents pertains to the Ukrainian regions of Volyn and southern Polissia. This body of business correspondence reveals various little known, and mostly tragic, events that occurred during the national liberation struggle in Volyn and Polissia in 19441954. The letters discuss the struggle of the Soviet secret services against the Ukrainian insurgent movement, the uncompromising steadfastness of the leaders of the OUN underground, and the heroic self-sacrifice of the last remaining insurgents. Examples are cited of the genuine and untainted patriotism of individuals who devoted their entire lives to the struggle for an independent Ukrainian state. The featured documents fill the lacunae in the set of sources on the history of the OUN and the UPA during the postwar period, and will thus be of inestimable value to the study of modern Ukrainian history.

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