Category Archives: Eyewitness stories

Separation: A Ukrainian WWII Survival Memoir by Stepan Fedenko (an excerpt)

By Stepan Fedenko 03.06.2015 Translated by his grandson Damian Oleksiuk with some light editing from Voices of Ukraine ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Stepan Fedenko was born January 3rd, 1926 in the Ukrainian village of Uherci, now Uhry, southwest of Lviv. He studied … Continue reading

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Karpyuk and Klykh trial in Chechnya #FreeKarpyuk #FreeKlykh

“Then on what basis did they arrive at their decision?..” By Anton Naumlyuk, journalist, especially for “Novaya Gazeta,” Grozny 05.19.2016 Translated and edited by Voices of Ukraine Jury finds the Ukrainians Karpyuk and Klykh guilty of the murders of Russians in 1994 … Continue reading

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Ukraine War Amps adopts ATO veteran Oleh Morozevych

By Firtka News Agency, and Ukraine War Amps founder Gene Berezovski 04.07.2015 Translated by Vadym Moroz, Cyborg from Cherkasy, who is a beneficiary of the Adopt a Soldier program and main translator for Ukraine War Amps (UWA) and an interpreter for their Visit a Soldier project. … Continue reading

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Echoes of the “Russian World” – Kharkiv Two Years Later

By IT Sector Posted on 03.01.2016 Translated and edited by Voices of Ukraine Two years ago marks the first storming of the Kharkiv Oblast [Regional] State Administration (HOGA). March 1, 2014 is a day remembered by many. It was then that the … Continue reading

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Nadiya Savchenko’s Book: “It’s a Strong Name, Hope” – Chapter 1, Part 2 (conclusion) #FreeSavchenko

Chapter 1: Iraq, Part 2 (conclusion) – from the soon to be published book by Nadiya Savchenko: “It’s A Strong Name, Hope.” [Nadiya means ‘hope’ in Ukrainian, so the title is a play on her own name]. Read part 1 here. … Continue reading

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