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Volume 27. Roman Petrenko. For Ukraine, for Her Freedom: Memoirs

Editor in Chief IE. Shtendera
Co-editor in Chief P.J. Potichnyj
Author R. Petrenko
Editor(s) H. Petrenko
Publication Year 1997
ISBN (Canada) 0-920092-36-5
Pages Count 279
Hard copy price $35 USD
Summary

The author, a native of the Volyn region, describes his life from the outbreak of World War II in 1939 to his departure to the West in 1945. The author was a member of the OUN in the Sarny district (in the underground since January 1942) and eventually headed the economic section of the headquarters of the «Zahrava» UPA Military Okruha, which became known as the UPA General Headquarters from the summer of 1943 (later renamed the UPA-North Regional Military Command led by Commander Dmytro Kliachkivsky). From the summer of 1944 he was an officer assigned to special tasks within the UHVR’s General Secretariat of Foreign Affairs headed by Mykola Lebed. Toronto-Lviv, 1997. Hardcover: 279 pp. Illustrations and maps.