Mykola Livytskyi

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Mykola Livytsky
Микола Лівицький
3rd President of Ukraine in exile
In office
22 March 1967 – 8 December 1989
Preceded by Stepan Vytvytskyi
Succeeded by Mykola Plaviuk
Personal details
Born (1907-01-07)7 January 1907[1]
Zhmerynka, Russian Empire (now Ukraine)
Died 8 December 1989(1989-12-08) (aged 82)
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States[2]
Nationality Ukrainian
Alma mater Warsaw School of Economics
University of Geneva

Mykola Andriyovych Livytsky (Ukrainian: Микола Андрійович Лівицький; 7 January 1907 – 8 December 1989) was a Ukrainian politician and journalist. He was the Prime Minister (1957–1967) and the President of the Ukrainian People's Republic (UNR) in exile (1967–1989).[3]

References

  1. ^ Ukraďna-khronika XX stolitti͡a: . 1986-1990 - V. A. Smoliĭ, Instytut istoriď Ukraďny (Nat͡sionalʹna akademii͡a nauk Ukraďny) - Google Books. Retrieved 2012-03-12 – via Google Books. 
  2. ^ Історія України: від найдавніших часів до сьогодення : збірник документів і ... - Анатолій Петрович Коцур, Н. В Терес - Google Books. Retrieved 2012-03-12 – via Google Books. 
  3. ^ Chojnowski A., Bruski J.J. (2006). Ukraina. Wyd. Trio, Warszawa. ISBN 978-83-7436-039-5

External links

  • The Ukrainian Weekly. December 2, 1961.
  • Svoboda. The Ukrainian Weekly. February 20, 1965.
  • День. Микола Лівицький - президент УНР в екзилі. YurSlava — Slavik Bihun’s Personal Site. January 9, 2010(ua).
Political offices
Preceded by
Stepan Vytvytskyi
President of Ukraine in exile
1965–1989
Succeeded by
Mykola Plaviuk
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