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Volume 21. Yaroslav Starukh. Documents and Materials

Editor in Chief P.J. Potichnyj
Editor(s) V. Moroz
Editorial board P. Sokhan’, P. J. Potichnyj, H. Boriak, V. Lozyts’kyi, R. Pyrih, Yu. Shapoval, О. Udod, S. Kokin, M. Posivnych
Sponsors Ivan Putko-Vasylevskyi ("Vus") with Family in Memory of Iryna Putko-Vasylevska ("Hrizna")
Publication Year 2012
ISBN (Canada) 978-1-897431-44-3
ISBN (Ukraine) 978-966-2105-42-1
Pages Count 1008
Hard copy price $35 USD
Summary

Yaroslav Starukh was one of the brilliant personalities of the national­liberation movement of the middle 20th century. Starukh was one of the organizers and ideologue and, in 1945­1947, the leader of the struggle of the OUN and UPA in the Ukrainian ethnic lands that are part of Poland (so called Zakerzonnia). The essential part of this compilation is made up of his works that elighten important ideological, political and historical questions. Also included here are the most important documents and memoirs that pertain to his life, as well as a biographical essay that is based on a variety of sources including little and, until now, completely unknown documents of the Soviet and Polish police and state security organs. Kyiv-Toronto, 2012. Hardcover: 1008 pp. Illustrations. This book was funded by Ivan Putko-Wasylewsky – “Vus” (Montreal, QC, Canada).