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The Ethnology Notebooks. 2017, 4 (136), 784–791

UDK 94(477.85/.87). «1938/1939»

DOI https://doi.org/10.15407/nz2017.04.784

THE INFLUENCE OF CARPATHIAN UKRAINE ON POLITICAL SITUATION AT GALICIAN HUTSULSHCHYNA (On the occasion of 80-th anniversary of Carpathian Ukraine proclamation)

Siredchuk Petro Stepanovyh doctor of historical sciences, professor

Departments of history of slavs Prykarpattya national

to the university of the name of Vasyl Stefanyk

str. Shevchenko, 57, Ivano-Frankivsk, 76000, Ukraine

Contacts: tel. 0342231574

Abstract. It is considering the course of political events, connected with Carpathian Ukraine, at the period from October, 11 1938 to the edge of April 1939. The author highlights different facts of comprehensive support of the process of formation of Transcarpathia Ukrainians statehood by the Galician Hutsulshchyna dwellers. Besides this, the author reveals the Polish state repressive measures against Galician hutsuls coursed to avoid radicalization of their disposition and national resistance movements rising for autonomy and appearance of new Ukrainian statehood at the Western Ukrainian lands, including the territory of Galician Hutsulshchyna.

Keywords: Carpathian Ukraine, Galician hutsuls, Greek Catholic clergy, Polish authority, secret agents, repressions.

Received 10.07.2017

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