To Tell the World the Truth About the Famine in Ukraine
The UPR Government in Exile in the Struggle for Unification and Consolidation of the Ukrainian Emigre Community
The Foreign Intelligence Service of Ukraine is publishing a unique document about the Congress of Representatives of the Government of the Ukrainian People's Republic in Exile (September 1932), which discussed unification and consolidation of all forces of Ukrainian organizations in exile. (BSA of SZRU, F.1, Case 12628. - V. 2. - PP. 270-273).
The Head of the Provid of Ukrainian Nationalists, the Very Idea to Discredit Whom Was Dismissed by the KGB
Denys Kvitkovskyi was the Head of the Provid (Leadership- transl.) of Ukrainian Nationalists (1977–1979). He entered the national history as a leader who directed all his experience as a lawyer, publicist, publisher, historian, public and political figure to unite Ukrainians of the world around the idea of restoring the statehood of Ukraine. His active work in exile was closely monitored by the KGB, as shown by the documents in the Branch State Archives of the Foreign Intelligence Service of Ukraine. Declassified documents make it possible to better understand and get to know this extraordinary personality.
Insurgent Otaman Orel
March 21, 1943 is the date of death of one of the most outstanding representatives of the Ukrainian people's national liberation struggle for independence, Yakiv Halchevskyi. In the rank of Colonel of the Army of the Ukrainian People's Republic, in the early 1920s he commanded all insurgent groups in the Right Bank Ukraine, which to the last had been fighting the units of the Red Army and punitive units of the Podilsk regional Cheka. Later, in exile, he actively worked for the intelligence of the Ukrainian People's Republic, heading intelligence centres in Volyn. This is evidenced by documents and unique photographs from the archives of the Foreign Intelligence Service of Ukraine.
General Oleksandr Udovychenko. Representative of the UPR Intelligence in France
Colonel-General of the Army of the Ukrainian People's Republic Oleksandr Udovychenko rightfully belongs to the military elite of the Ukrainian Revolution of 1917–1921. He gained the fame of a skilful and brave commander. At the same time, the pages of his life related to the activities of the UPR's secret service remain little known. Declassified documents from the Branch State Archives of the Foreign Intelligence Service of Ukraine shed some light on those events.
One of the Heroes of Kruty Later Became an Intelligence Officer
The secret, which for 70 years was hidden behind a continuous set of numbers in the Wedding Act of the supra-district leader of the OUN “Sulyma” and the nurse “Kalyna”, has been solved. Cryptoanalysts of the Foreign Intelligence Service of Ukraine managed to do this. As a result, the incredible dramatic fate of the rebel couple from Prykarpattya was continued.
The Foreign Intelligence Service of Ukraine Has Deciphered a Unique Document of the Period of the Ukrainian Liberation Movement
In Lviv, the Foreign Intelligence Service of Ukraine transferred to the National Museum-Memorial to the Victims of Occupation Regimes “The Prison on Łącki Street” a deciphered text of a unique document of the Ukrainian liberation movement – the Wedding Act of insurgents from Prykarpattia. The secret, which for 70 years was hidden behind a continuous set of numbers, has been solved.
Illegal Agent Fedir Hilko: 17 Years Under Cover Abroad
Intelligence in the Context of Christianization of Kyivan Rus
There are some crucial events in the history of Ukraine that scientists, researchers, journalists and writers turn to again and again. Among them is Christianization of the ancient Kyivan Rus. It is celebrated on July 28 on the day of remembrance of Saint Volodymyr, Prince of Kyiv.