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Gallery of Glory. Outstanding intelligence officers – participants of the struggle for Ukraine's independence during the Ukrainian National Revolution of 1917–1921

Nedaykasha Vasyl Denysovych, March 20, 1896 – 1960s

An active organizer of the Free Cossacks, underground partisan movement and intelligence work for the Army of the Ukrainian People's Republic  in 1919–1920.

From 1928 to 1933, he led the intelligence sector of the General Staff of the Military Ministry of the State Center of the UPR in exile.

 

Borzhynskyi Fedir Kindratovych, February 3, 1879 – February 14, 1919

A diplomat, an intelligence officer, a scholar.

In 1918 he led Ukraine's diplomatic mission in the Kuban. He actively defended Ukraine's interests and  counteracted  the Volunteer Army's aggressive plans against Ukraine, and for this he was insidiously arrested and shot by Denikin's soldiers.

 

Zmiyenko Vsevolod Yukhymych, October 16, 1886 – October 30, 1938

A prominent military figure of the UPR Army, Khorunzhyi-General, one of the organizers of the military special service of the State Center of the Ukrainian People's Republic  in exile.

While in exile in Poland, he served at the General Staff of the Army of the Ukrainian People's Republic , in 1928–1936 led intelligence and counterintelligence units, and prepared the basic conceptual principles of intelligence, considering it to be the “brain cell” of the Staff.

 

Basarab Olha Mykhaylivna, September 1, 1889 – February 12, 1924

An active figure of national-patriotic movements and formations in the territory of Western Ukraine at the beginning of the 20th century, a contact of the intelligence of the Ukrainian Military Organization,  an invincible patriot who, despite the tortures, did not give away any of the members of the underground organization, and tragically died in prison.

 

Lytvynenko Ivan Danylovych, January 17, 1891 – February 17, 1947

A participant of the UPR Army's First Winter campaign into the rear of the Bolsheviks and Denikinites, Colonel, the  head of intelligence units in Volhynia. According to the Soviet security authorities, one of the ten most reputable and active figures of the secret service of the Government of the Ukrainian People's Republic  in exile.

 

Kuzminskyi Oleksandr Khomych, August 30, 1884 - April 27, 1975

The Chief of the Intelligence Department of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of the Ukrainian People's Republic  (1919–1921), of the Intelligence Department of the Partisan-Insurgent Staff of the State Center of the Ukrainian People's Republic  in exile (1921). Khorunzhyi-General. One of the developers of the organizational structure of the intelligence of the insurgent movement in Ukraine.

 

Halchevskyi Yakiv Vasylyovych, October 22, 1894 – March 21, 1943

Sotnyk of the Army of the Ukrainian People's Republic, a legendary insurgent Otaman, code name Orel, commander of all insurgent units and underground organizations of the Right Bank Ukraine (1922–1924), chief of a number of military intelligence units of the emigrant government of the UPR.

 

Fylonovych Vasyl Zakharovych, January 15, 1894 - June 3, 1987

An active participant of the national liberation struggle for Ukraine's independence in the Army of the Ukrainian People's Republic  and underground partisan units (1917–1921), a representative of the Military Minister of the emigrant government of the Ukrainian People's Republic  in the Balkans (1922–1939), where, apart from public work, he conducted intelligence and counterintelligence.

 

Filonenko Petro (Yevstafiy), December 12, 1896 – August 1, 1960

Sotnyk of the Army of the Ukrainian People's Republic, an insurgent Otaman, an active participant of the underground partisan struggle for independence of Ukraine (1918–1923) and military intelligence of the emigrant government of the Ukrainian People's Republic  (1924–1936).

In 1924, Filonenko became a member of the Special Task Staff at the Government of the Ukrainian People's Republic in Poland, which included propaganda, communications, and military actions in the occupied territories of Ukraine. The leadership of the Staff evaluated him as an extremely brave senior officer, who more than once crossed the Polish-Soviet border with his unit and organized armed resistance to the Soviet authorities.

 

Dumin Osyp Oleksiyovych, September 26, 1893 – May 1945

Sotnyk of the Ukrainian Sich Riflemen and the Army of the Ukrainian People's Republic,  the Chief of the Intelligence Department  of the Ukrainian Military Organization's Command. He made a significant contribution to the formation of the  Ukrainian Military Organization's widespread intelligence network in Europe and securing the confidentiality of its work.

 

Vyslotskyi Ivan, September 24, 1893 – September, 1969

Khorunzhyi of the Ukrainian Sich Riflemen, an employee of the Intelligence Department of the Ukrainian Galician Army of the period of the Western Ukrainian People's Republic, the author of memoirs about the formation of the  Ukrainian Galician Army's intelligence and, in general, about the basic principles of intelligence work during the period of the Ukrainian Revolution of 1917–1921.

 

Krasovskyi Mykola Oleksandrovych, 1871 – the date of death unknown

The Chief of the Information Bureau of the Intelligence Department of the Armed Forces of the Ukrainian People's Republic  – the main working body of the military intelligence and counterintelligence of the Armed Forces of the Republic, Colonel of the Army of the Ukrainian People's Republic, the developer of the first normative acts with the requirements to the operational intelligence officer.

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