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Ukraine in 1986–1991

List of witnesses


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Ludmila Dejneka (1952)

born 1952 into a Czech-Ukrainian family her father was in a gulag when she was born graduated from chemical engineering at the Lviv Polytechnic Institute met her future husband, a professor of geodesy, at university worked at a military ceramic factory for 10 ... arrows 


Mgr. Jelena Jarmoljuková, roz. Podhájská (1955)

Born on 5 March, 1955 in Zdolbunov (Rivnen region) in the former Soviet Union Comes from a mixed Czech-Belorussian marriage Until the age of seven lived in Hlinsk, then moved to Zdolbunov Worked in Zdolbunov as a math teacher Currently she still lives in ... arrows 


Bohdan Ševčuk (1950) video clip available

born on 22nd June 1950 in Tarasiv, Soviet Union’s Ukraine his mother is a Czech from Volhynia lived in the Soviet Union for forty years worked as a bus driver in Mlynov, Ukraine moved to Moravia in 1997 lives in Maršíkov as of 2017 ... arrows 


Stanislav Švarc (1925)

born in 1925 in Ukraine in the village Vyshechadayevskiy-sakharniy zavod his mother was Polish, his father was a Czech the family survived the famine his father Stanislav Švarc Sr. was arrested in 1937 based on a false accusation and executed two months later ... arrows 


Viktorie Vorobets (1968)

born 10 July 1968 in Uzghorod her father was Slovak, her mother had Czech roots raised by her grandmother, who also taught her Czech customs attended a ten-year comprehensive school, later earned a degree in Ukrainian philology while already employed since ... arrows 


Орися Матешук (Грицина) (1929) video clip available

was born on January 22, 1929, in the village of Terebezh, Lviv province 1939 – together with her family she escaped to Lviv studied at the Lviv middle school #5, railway middle school #3 1945 – became a member of the Union of Ukrainian Youth and a member of the ... arrows 


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