Gallery 2: Ukrainian Canadians, the Second World War
and Ukrainian Political Refugees





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1. Church parade outside HQ of Ukrainian Canadian Servicemen's Association "London Club," 218 Sussex Gardens, London, 10-11 November 1945 (Photo credit: A Louis Jarche, GRB Panchuk Collection, Archives of Ontario)




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2. Flight Lieutenant G R B Panchuk, MBE - president of the Ukrainian Canadian Servicemen's Association and Central Ukrainian Relief Bureau, his gospel was "Do Something!" (Courtesy of the GRB Panchuk Collection, Archives of Ontario)



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3. Captain Stanley Frolick en route to the Control Commission for Germany, December 1945 (Courtesy of the SW Frolick Collection, National Archives of Canada)

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4. A Soviet war crime, 30 June 1941, Lviv, western Ukraine: Discovery of remains of murdered political prisoners (Photo from the private collection of Lubomyr Luciuk)



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5. Ukrainian Displaced Persons protesting Soviet crimes against humanity, Munich, spring 1949 (Photo courtesy of Bohdan Cilinsky, private collection of Lubomyr Luciuk)



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6. Unit of the Ukrainian Insurgent Army (UPA) in western Ukraine (Photo courtesy of Wasyl Humeniuk, Lviv). The UPA struggled against the Nazis and then against the Soviet re-occupation of Ukraine into the mid-1950s.


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7. Unveiling of the Taras Shevchenko Monument in Winnipeg, Manitoba, 1961 in the presence of the Rt Honourable John Diefenbacker, Prime Minister of Canada



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8. An abiding interest - the struggle for a free Ukraine. A demonstrator in Toronto, Ontario
(Photo courtesy of Lu Taskey)



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9. Canada's last known survivor of the internment operations, Mary Manko Haskett (centre) with Dr L Luciuk (left) and UCCLA's chairman, John B Gregorovich (right), in Ottawa, March 1993