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War Criminality Educational Documents

True Story of the Ukrainian Insurgent Army (UPA) as Recorded in the Archives. Kyiv Post. April 22, 2023

Ukraine’s armed resistance to foreign rule in the 1940-50s has long been a heated topic subject to disinformation, speculation and strong bias. A new study aims to finally set the record straight.

We Urge Canada to Designate Russia as a Terrorist State, New Pathway - Ukrainian News, April 7, 2023

Story of an outlawed rescuer of Jews: In the thicket of war, News in Germany, February 2023

Operation Payback: Soviet Disinformation and Alleged Nazi War Criminals in North America book review by John Gentry, Intelligence and National Security, February 16, 2023

Earlier Ukrainian anti-Russian Nationalist Resistance Vindicated by Lubomyr Luciuk, Kyiv Post, January 22, 2023

After decades of Soviet and Russian smear campaigns, because of Putin’s aggression the post-World War II Ukrainian anti-Soviet nationalist movement is better understood

Jews versus Ukrainians in USSR’s Active Measures Games by Kevin Riehle, International Journal of Intelligence and CounterIntelligence, January 13, 2023

Soviet Active Measures and Disinformation: A Canadian Case Revealed
by Sean M. Maloney. Canadian Military Journal [Vol. 22, No. 4, Fall 2022]
Book Review Essay

Kinney now facing mischief to religious property charge for allegedly spray painting Ukrainian cemetery monument. Edmonton Journal. November 11, 2022

A journalist broke a story about vandalism. Now police claim he did it. The Toronto Star. October 29, 2022

Allegation that Edmonton reporter and gadfly Duncan Kenney defaced the bust of a Ukrainian nationalist will pit police against their outspoken critic.

KGB Rending Our Jewish and Ukrainian diasporas, The Times of Israel, June 24, 2021

Stalin's Jews, June 6, 2021

“‘You will bear witness for us’: Suppressed Memory and Counterhistory in Marsha Forchuk Skrypuch’s Hope’s War (2001).” Anglica Wratislaviensia, vol. 58, pp. 83-95. 2020

“Operation Payback”, The Ukrainian Weekly, August 14, 2020

Deschenes Commission confirmed war criminal numbers 'grossly exaggerated' by Lubomyr Luciuk, The Whig Standard, August 12, 2020

Vandalism at monument site taunts Canadians who were victims of communism, by Oksana Bashuk Hepburn, Ottawa Citizen, August 3, 2020

Police investigating vandalism at site for Memorial to the Victims of Communism, All in a Day with Alan Neal, CBC Radio, July 10, 2020

Orphaned by the Holodomor, forced to work for a Nazi, Martha Gough began a new life in Canada, The Globe and Mail, February 24, 2020

Remembering the dark day when Hitler and Stalin joined forces, Lubomyr Luciuk, August 23, 2019, The Edmonton Journal

Russia reveals 'secret protocol' carving up Eastern Europe in 1939 Molotov-Ribbentrop pact. National Post. August 23, 2019

Heritage minister's snub won't be forgotten, July 6, 2018, The Whig Standard

Nazi monuments story is 'fake news' by Paul Grod, Ottawa Citizen, November 20, 2017

Man openly mocks so-called law-and-order agenda, Whig Standard, October 26, 2011

Babyn Yar, November 11, 2010

John Demjanjuk: The Last Nazi, Esquire, August 11, 2010

Funny thing is, he was never a Nazi, nor Ivan the Terrible, nor even German. So why now is he standing trial in Munich as accessory to 27,900 Nazi murders? Is this one last blow struck for justice for the Holocaust? Or is it a farce?

KGB killers enjoy life in Canada, February 21, 2009, Winnipeg Free Press

The SBU denied Yad Vashem about Shukhevych, BBC March 4, 2008

A delegation of Ukrainian experts says that during a visit to the museum archives in Israel they did not find any documents that would confirm the accusations of involvement of the Nakhtigal battalion or one of the OUN-UPA leaders Roman Shukhevych in punitive operations in Lviv in 1941.

Divide and Conquer: The KGB disinformation campaign against Ukrainians and Jews by Herbert Romerstein, The Institute of World Politics, November 1, 2004

Museum "Territory of Terror" The Transit Prison #25, The Lviv Ghetto

When "Nazi hunters" become "Nazis" themselves. Ukrainian News, July 15, 1998

Will Nazi hunters misfire? The Globe and Mail, January 14, 1998

Canada plans to deport my father without a fair trial, Olya Odynsky, The Globe and Mail, January 5, 1998

True Holocaust story deserves to be heard. Toronto Star, December 29, 1997

Lead, Follow or Get out of the Way: How and why the Civil Liberties Commission became the Ukrainian Canadian Civil Liberties Association, by Lubomyr Luciuk, Studenetz, March 1993

"Working in Thin Air": Of Archives and the Deschenes Commission, Robert Hayward, Archivaria, Summer 1988

"Commission of Inquiry on War Crimes" by Honourable Justice Jules Deschenes, Commissioner, December 30, 1986

"Commission of Inquiry on War Crimes" by Honourable Justice Jules Deschenes, Commissioner, December 30, 1986

Historical publication digitized in 2012 by Privy Council Office of Canada. "In view of the nature of this inquiry, my Report is divided into two Parts: Part I, which is designed for publication; Part II, which is destined to remain confidential."--Letter of Transmittal, p.3 of 955. Includes: "Findings and recommendations" (Part II, Chapter I) 13p. Ottawa - Ontario : Privy Council Office 30 December 1986.

Why Discriminate, The Globe and Mail, September 28, 1985, p 4

The Ukrainian Division Galicia: misrpresented in Canada, by L. Luciuk and M. Yurkevich, The Ukrainian Weekly, July 17, 1983

Children's and Young Adult Literature

Marsha Forchuk Skrypuch, Hope's War (Toronto: Dundurn, 2001)

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