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List of witnesses of project 'Plast living history'


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Роман Гусак (1930) video clip available

1930 - born in Halychyna, Western Ukraine (then Poland) 1939 - participant of Plast camp in village of Staryava (today Staryi Sambir region of Lviv district, Ukraine). ... arrows 


Лев Лебіщак (1922) video clip available

1922, May 20 - Born in Drohobych (Halychyna, Ukraine) 1943-1949 - studied at Medical Institute 1950 - arrested at the station Krasne 1950-1958 - exiled to Siberia since 1958 - lives in Lviv, Ukraine ... arrows 


Ігор Попович (1933) video clip available

Feb 26 1933 born in Warsaw, Poland 1943 - studied in Ternopil gymnasium 1944 - emigrated to the city of Krynytsia, Western Halychyna, Poland. Later repatriated back to USSR. 1953-1960 - exiled to Far East, Khabarovskiy Kray, Russia 1954-1959 - studied in ... arrows 


Дора Салабан Горбачевська (1943) video clip available

August 18, 1943 - born in Vienna 1960 – graduated Nardin Academy 1964—1966 — graduated in German studies in Michigan University 1973 — obtained Doctor's Degree in German studies 2002—2012 worked in SUNY University of Buffalo, Department of Physiology & ... arrows 


Мирослав Сипа (1925) video clip available

Oct. 24 1925 - born in the village of Pohoriltsi of the Zolochiv region of Lviv district, Ukraine 1942 - became member of Plast and Ukrainian Nationalist Youth 1943 - sent to officer training of UPA (Ukrainian Rebellious Army) of Hryhoriy Pipskyi 1944 - ... arrows 


Микола Ставничий (1927) video clip available

1927 - born in Kolomyia, Halychyna, then Poland 1944 - emigration in Vienna (Austria) 1945 - lived and studied in the camp of "displaced persons" (DP) in Karlsfeld, Bavaria, Germany 1946 - graduated from high school in the camp of ukrainian immigrants (DP) in ... arrows 


Володимир Шарко (1931) video clip available

August 21, 1931 - born in Lviv 1938—1939 – studied in the "Ridna Shkola" school, named after the Prince Leo in Lviv 1939—1941 — studied in the secondary school in Lviv 1942—1944 — studied in Academic Gymnasium in Lviv June 1, 1944 – family emigrated in ... arrows 


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