Symon Petliura

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Symon Petliura
Симон Петлюра
Симон Петлюра 1922.jpg
Chief Otaman Symon Petliura
2nt Chairman o the Directory
In office
Februar 11, 1919 – Mey 1926
Precedit biVolodymyr Vynnychenko
Succeedit biAndriy Livytskyi1
Secretar o Militar Affairs
In office
Juin 28, 1917 – Januar 6, 1918
Prime MeenisterVolodymyr Vynnychenko
Precedit biposeetion creatit
Succeedit biMykola Porsh
Personal details
BornSymon Vasylyovych Petliura
Mey 10, 1879
Poltava, Roushie Empire
Dee'd25 Mey 1926(1926-05-25) (aged 47)
Paris, Fraunce
NaitionalityUkrainian
Poleetical pairtyRUP (1900–1905), USDLP (1905–1919)
Spoose(s)Olha Bilska (1885-1959, m.1910)[1]
BairnsLesya (1911-1941)
Alma materPoltava Orthodox Seminary
ThriftPolitician and statesman
ReligionEastern Orthodox
Signatur
Militar service
AllegianceUkraine
Years o service1914 - 1922
RankChief Otaman
CommandsHaidamaka Kish o Sloboda Ukraine
Battles/warsKiev Januar Uprisin
Anti-Hetman Uprisin
1Govrenment in exile.

Symon Vasylyovych Petliura[lower-alpha 1] (Ukrainian: Си́мон Васи́льович Петлю́ра, Mey 10, 1879 – Mey 25, 1926) wis a publicist, writer, jurnalist, Ukrainian politeecian, statesman o the Ukrainian Fowkrepublic, an naitionalist leader who led Ukraine's struggle for unthirldom follaein the Roushie Revolution o 1917 (1918–1921).

Notes[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. Symon Petliura is an aa kent as Simon Petlura,[2] Symon Petlura,[3] or Symon Petlyura.[4]

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. Biography of Petlura. dead link
  2. Magocsi, Paul Robert. 2010. A History of Ukraine: The Land and Its Peoples. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, p. 538.
  3. Zamoyski, Adam. 2007. Warsaw 1920: Lenin's Failed Conquest of Europe. London: HarperPress, p. viii.
  4. Marples, David R. 2008. Heroes and Villains: Creating National History in Contemporary Ukraine. Budapest: Central European University Press, p. 57.