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Taras Shevchenko the Man

A national poet, revolutionary democrat and fighter for human freedom. Taras Shevchenko used his rare talents of poetry and painting to fight Russian tsarist tyranny and suffered a martyr’s fate in exile. His name has become a household word among ...

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Ukraine. Birth of a Nation

Ukraine occupies an important strategic position in Europe, both from a human and the material basis. By tracing the fate of the Ukrainian people through the centuries we can explain the process by which Ukraine has appeared upon the maps ...

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Traditions in Ukrainian Christmas

Many of today’s Ukrainian customs come to us from ancient times. In fact Ukrainian customs date from pre-Christian days. When Ukraine accepted Christianity in 988 AD, it was much simpler to incorporate the ideals of Christianity into the existing way ...

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Holodomor – Ukrainian Famine of 1932-1933

November is an important month for the Ukrainian community, the National Holodomor Memorial Day is acknowledged, remembering the victims and raising awareness of the 1932-1933 Famine in Ukraine.   The Holodomor (manmade famine) is one of the most heinous crimes ...

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Winnipeg’s Mayor Stephen Juba

In 1957 Ukrainian Canadians marked an important date on their calendar. This was the year citizens of Winnipeg elected a mayor of Ukrainian descent.  Stephen Juba was his name. He became one of the few long serving mayors to hold ...

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