Symon Petliura

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Symon Petliura
Симон Петлюра
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Chief Otaman Symon Petliura
2nt Chairman o the Directory
In office
Februar 11, 1919 – Mey 1926
Precedit bi Volodymyr Vynnychenko
Succeedit bi Andriy Livytskyi1
Secretar o Militar Affairs
In office
Juin 28, 1917 – Januar 6, 1918
Prime Meenister Volodymyr Vynnychenko
Precedit bi poseetion creatit
Succeedit bi Mykola Porsh
Personal details
Born Symon Vasylyovych Petliura
Mey 10, 1879
Poltava, Roushie Empire
Dee'd Mey 25, 1926(1926-05-25) (aged 47)
Paris, Fraunce
Naitionality Ukrainian
Poleetical pairty RUP (1900–1905), USDLP (1905–1919)
Spoose(s) Olha Bilska (1885-1959, m.1910)[1]
Bairns Lesya (1911-1941)
Alma mater Poltava Orthodox Seminary
Thrift Politician and statesman
Religion Eastern Orthodox
Signatur
Militar service
Allegiance Ukraine
Years o service 1914 - 1922
Rank Chief Otaman
Commands Haidamaka Kish o Sloboda Ukraine
Battles/wars Kiev 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.