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by Ivan Jaworsky,Danylo Shumuk

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Author:
Ivan Jaworsky,Danylo Shumuk
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978-0920862193
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0920862195
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Canadian Inst of Ukranian Study Pr (June 1, 1984)
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Danylo Shumuk, a Ukrainian from the Volhynia region, was at one point Amnesty International's most senior prisoner of conscience. A prewar Ukrainian Communist, Shumuk spent time in Polish jails (which were relatively comfortable compared with later Soviet jails: p. x, 27).

Danylo Shumuk, a Ukrainian from the Volhynia region, was at one point Amnesty International's most senior prisoner of conscience. Disillusioned with Communism following revelation of the Soviet famine-genocide, Shumuk joined the OUN-UPA as an idealist for Ukrainian freedom. Shumuk objected to the pagan "eternal natural force" in the OUN Introduction (p. 60), the amorality of the Eighth OUN Clause, and the expansionism advocated by the Tenth Clause.

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Danylo Shumuk, a Ukrainian from the Volhynia region, was at one . Throughout the book, the character of Shumuk shines through.

Danylo Shumuk, a Ukrainian from the Volhynia region, was at one point Amnesty International's most "senior" prisoner of conscience, having been incarcerated in various prisons and labour camps for almost thirty-seven years. Life Sentence is his autobiography. After the Soviet invasion of Western Ukraine in the autumn of 1939, Shumuk became disillusioned with communism. During the war, he joined the Ukrainian Insurgent Army, which was engaged in a struggle to drive both German and Soviet occupants from Ukrainian soil. He remains a symbol of defiant challenge to a totalitarian regime.

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IVAN (JOHN) JAWORSKY is Professor Emeritus, Department of Political Science, University of Waterloo

IVAN (JOHN) JAWORSKY is Professor Emeritus, Department of Political Science, University of Waterloo.

Danylo Shumuk, author of Life Sentence: Memoirs of a Ukrainian Political Prisoner. Teo Soh Lung, author of Beyond the Blue Gate - Recollections of a Political Prisoner, a book on her imprisonment under the Internal Security Act in Singapore. Edmonton: University of Alberta. ISBN 978-981-08-8215-0 (pbk). php?title List of memoirs of political prisoners&oldid 893154456". Categories: Lists of books.

Material type: TextSeries: (The Canadian library in Ukrainian studies). Publisher: Edmonton : Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies, 1984. Description: xxiv, 401 p. 23 c. SBN: 20862-19-5. S58 A Life sentence : memoirs of a Ukrainian political prisoner. S58 B87 2006 Лицар українського духу. S58 K85 2005 Роман Шухевич - державний муж і командир легендарної УПА.

- - by Rudnytsky, Ivan L. (Ivan Lysiak), 1919-1984; Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies. The Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies Books. 193 193. Tkanyna : an exhibit of Ukrainian weaving Tkanyna: vystavka ukraı̈nsʹkoho tkat͡stva. - - by Bilash, Radomir Borislaw; Wilberg, Barbara, 1936-; Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies; Friends of the Ukrainian Village Society.

In 1943, Danylo joined the Ukrainian Insurgent Army (UPA) understanding that Ukrainian struggle for independence was doomed, since the forces involved were unequal. He moved to Toronto, Canada, where his memoirs Life sentence: memoirs of a Ukrainian political prisoner were published in English by the Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies (1984).