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Below are presented historical outlines and memoirs of the participants in the Ukrainian War of Independence during 1917-1921, translated into English. We welcome the use and spread of the materials. We kindly ask to reference the material’s authors and translators.

Ukrainian People’s Army

The protest of the Veterans Association [“Tabor” magazine, 1927, part 5. Translated into English by ‘Heroyika’ volunteer Oksana Borodenko]

Ukrainian Centralna Rada`s military arrangements and organization of the defense of UPR against Bolshevik aggression at the end of 1917 – beginning of 1918 [Senior Researcher, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine]

The Pavlo Polubotok Military Club and Ukrainization in the Russian Army [Presentation by the chair (Pavlo Podobied) of the charity foundation ‘Heroyika’ at the conference entitled Ukraine’s Century of Struggle to Security in McCain Institute, Washington D.C. on 6 December 2017]

How the Wetzlar-interned Ukrainians greeted the 1917 revolution [Omelian Terletsky, ‘Red Guelder Rose Annals’ magazine, 1932, 11. Translated into English by ‘Heroyika’ volunteer Alex Miroshnychenko]

Wetzlar-interned Ukrainians during the emergence of the Ukrainian state in the second half of 1917 [Omelian Terletsky, ‘Red Guelder Rose Annals’ magazine, 1932, 12. Translated into English by ‘Heroyika’ volunteer Alex Miroshnychenko]

In Polish captivity [Pavlo Podobied. Translated into English by ‘Heroyika’ volunteer Taras Mamchur]

Jews – Ukraine

Goldelman Solomon. Jewish national autonomy in Ukraine 1917–1920 / Translated from Ukrainian by Michael Luchkovich. Ukrainian reseach and information institute. – Chicago, 1968.

Zibelmann the Cossack and captain Jakerson. Author: Pavlo Podobied, translated into English by ‘Heroyika’ volunteer Alex Miroshnychenko.